Dr Ray Chan
Postdoctoral Research Associate

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Kin Wing (Ray) Chan is a human geographer who is interested in the areas of agri-food governance, animal health and the emergence of antimicrobial resistance (AMR) in the United Kingdom and China. He is currently working on a four years research project: Diagnostic Innovation and Livestock (DIAL) with Henry Buller and Steve Hinchliffe that examines how diagnostic innovations reduce the utilisation of antibiotics in livestock farming in the United Kingdom.

After receiving his Ph.D. in Human Geography from Cardiff University in 2015, Ray worked as a postdoctoral researcher at Cardiff University in the European Union (EU) Horizon 2020 project with Gareth Enticott on vaccination practices in Europe and China. His previous and current research on animal health management demonstrates his passion and commitment to equipping farmers and veterinary practices with the knowledge of more benign diagnostic practices to support the smarter use of antibiotics in the United Kingdom.

Qualifications

Associate Fellow of the Higher Education Academy, Cardiff University (2016)
Ph.D  Geography and Planning, Cardiff University, UK (2015)             
MA Human Geography, University of Calgary, Canada  (2011)
BA  Hons (1st Class Honours) Geography, Hong Kong Baptist University, Hong Kong  (2007)

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AddressAmory Building
University of Exeter
Rennes Drive
Exeter
EX4 4RJ
UK
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