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Prof. Stoycho Stoev is currently a Head of Dept. of General and clinical pathology in Fac. of Veterinary medicine of Trakia University in Bulgaria. He has been a Project leader of 4 international research projects (regarding mycotoxic nephropathy in farm animals and humans) funded by National Science Fund of Ministry of Science and Education in Bulgaria; Bulgarian Project Leader of Joint Research Project between Bulgaria and UK funded by The Royal Society - London (1997-2000); The main Pathologist in eight Joint International Research Projects between Bulgaria and Germany funded by International Pharmaceutical Strategies and Solutions (IPSS) GmbH – Germany (2005-2007); Marie Curie Outgoing International Fellow in University of Johannesburg and Rhodes University in S. Africa under the project addressed the cause of porcine/chicken/human nephropathies in Bulgaria and South Africa (2007-2008 in FP6 of EU and 2013 in FP7 of EU) and Marie Curie Fellow in the Institute of Nuclear Medicine and Allied Sciences (INMAS) in Defence Research and Development Organisation (DRDO) in India under the project studied some herbal additives giving partial protection against toxic or immunosuppressive effects of some mycotoxins (2014 in FP7 of EU); Coordinator of Marie Curie PIRSES project “HERBAL PROTECTION” of FP7 of EU between Bulgaria, Hungary, India and South Africa (2013-2016). He has specializations in Imperial College of Science, Technology and Medicine - London, U.K (1998 - Royal Society project) and in Laboratoire de Toxicologie et S?curity Alimentaire, Toulouse, France (2000 - NATO grant) and many specializations or invited lectures at several universities in Hungary, S. Africa and India. Recently he was a Visiting Professor in Department of Food Technology of Faculty of Science at the University of Johannesburg (2013-2016). He has more than 100 publications in peer reviewed international journals, international books or chapters of books and above 1400 quotations of the same publications; H-index in Scopus – 20.
mycotoxins, fumonisins, ochratoxin A, toxicologic pathology, histopathology