About Us

  • Dr. Mohammad Ali
  • Head of Diagnostic Laboratory

Dr. Mohammad Ali holds a DVM and a MSc in Veterinary Pathology from the University of Veterinary and Animal Sciences, Lahore, Pakistan. Following six years in mixed practice, he completed a PhD in bovine reproduction at the University of Aberdeen, Aberdeen, UK. He worked at the Veterinary Research Institute, Peshawar, Pakistan and Central Laboratories, WA, USA before moving to Tera Nova Village Veterinary Hospital, Richmond, BC.

Dr. Ali specializes in veterinary laboratory medicine and has a strong background in a wide range of techniques in veterinary clinical and research laboratory science. He co-founded the Souq Waqif Falcon Hospital, Doha, Qatar and established the Clinical Laboratory at EVMC, a member of Qatar Foundation, where he currently serves as Veterinary Laboratory Manager.

  • Clinical and environmental microbiology
  • Immuno-histochemical & flow cytometry methods in equine laboratory medicine
  • Equine biobank (Bacteria, fungus, histology, DNA) Education

2016 to present

Veterinary Laboratory Manager

EVMC, Qatar Foundation, Qatar


2008- 2016

Laboratory Consultant

Souq Waqif Falcon Hospital, Doha, Qatar


2007-2008

Veterinary Associate Trainee

Terra Nova Village Vets, Richmond, BC, Canada.


2006-2007

Veterinary Associate Trainee

Mainland Animal Emergency, Surrey, BC, Canada.


2004

Veterinary Laboratory Specialist

Central Laboratory, Everett, WA, USA


1999-2004

Research Officer

Veterinary Research Institute, Peshawar, Pakistan


1995-1999

PhD Student/ Research Associate

University of Aberdeen, Aberdeen, UK


1993-1995

Veterinary Officer General mixed practice, treatment, disease surveillance and animal husbandry.

Livestock & Dairy Development Department, Peshawar


1989-1993

Livestock Production Veterinarian

World Bank Livestock Development Project, KPK, Pakistan


2008

Certification in Cellular Biology, Bacteriology, Biochemistry, Molecular Genetics

BCIT, BC, Canada


1999

PhD Bovine Reproductive Physiology

University of Aberdeen, Aberdeen, UK


1991

MSc (Hons) Veterinary Pathology

University of Veterinary & Animal Sciences


1989

DVM - Doctor of Veterinary Medicine

University of Veterinary & Animal Sciences, Lahore, Pakistan


Ali, M (2015). Radiographic evaluation of the sizes of internal organs in falcons. ICARE, Paris, France. 18-23 April 2015 (Conference presentation).


Ali, M (2014). Trends of bacterial and fungal diseases in falcons in Qatar. International Association for Falconry. 45th IAF Conference of Council of Delegates in Doha, Qatar. 26 January – 2 February 2014 (Conference presentation).


Ali, M (2014). Comparative radiographic reference limits of the sizes of internal organs in three species of normal falcons. International Association for Falconry. 45th IAF Conference of Council of Delegates in Doha, Qatar. 26 January – 2 February 2014 (Conference presentation).


Lumeij, J.T, Shaik, MAS.Ali, M (2011). Radiographic reference limits for cardiac size in peregrine falcons (Falco peregrinus). J. Am. Vet. Med. Assoc., 238 (11): 1459-1463.


Ali, M (1999). Bovine pregnancy-associated glycoprotein in biological fluids. PhD dissertation. University of Aberdeen, Aberdeen, UK.


Yildiz, S. Quintans, G, Ali, M (1998). Blood metabolites and reproductive in beef cows during the early post-partum period. J Reprod Fert; Abstract Series 21: 62 (Abst).