Federico Randi works as Global Technical Manager for Ruminants with Ceva Animal Health.
He has dedicated all his professional career to the field of cattle reproduction.
He obtained the Title of Doctor of Veterinary Medicine “summa cum laude” from the University of Bologna in Italy; he worked in an IVF laboratory for Embryo production and Transfer in horses and cattle in Northern Italy.
He moved to the University College Dublin for his PhD working on a collaborative project between UCD and Teagasc under the supervision of Professor Patrick Lonergan.
His doctorate research program focused on reproductive biology in cattle and particularly on the use of fixed-time artificial insemination in the Dairy and Beef cattle industry in Ireland, he worked at the development of a sensors for ear temperature monitoring as oestrus detection system for cattle, as well as researches on the evaluation of the impact of synchrony between endometrial environment and embryonic developmental stage for the pregnancy success in cattle.
During the years in UCD, he also completed the residency program for the European College of Animal Reproduction in the field of Ruminant Reproduction and Herd Health under the supervision of Prof. Marjke E. Beltman and Prof Patrick Lonergan.