Name: Stanimira Slavova
Academic status and scientific degree: Аssist. Professor
Scientific field of activity: Economics of Sheep breeding
Curriculum Vitae (CV): Assist. Prof. Slavova graduated from the Trakia University- Stara Zagora, specialty "Agricultural Economics" in 2004. She is a Master in Regional Development from 2006 and regular PhD student in scientific specialty "Sheep and goat breeding". Assistant in Agricultural Institute- Stara Zagora since 01.06.2017. in the Research Department "Selection, Population Genetics, Reproduction and Technology in Large and Small Ruminants". Subject of PhD thesis: "Economic efficiency of sheep breeding from different productive directions and selection levels".
Publications for the last five years:
1.Popova, Y., S. Laleva, S. Kirilova, P. Slavova, G. Kalaydzhiev, V. Karabashev, 2013. Efficiency of crossing with meat- type sheep breeds in the mountainous and hilly regions of Bulgaria, International scientific on-line journal. Science & Technologies, “Union of Scientists- Stara Zagora”, Bulgaria, Volume III, № 5 Animal studies & Veterinary medicine, 78- 81.
2.Popova, Y., S. Slavova, S. Laleva, D. Yordanova, T. Angelova, P. Slavova, J. Krastanov, 2015. Economic efficiency of breeding dairy sheep in the mountain and hilly regions of Bulgaria. Biotechnology in Animal Husbandry, 31 (3), p. 425- 432.
3.Slavova, S., S. Laleva, Y. Popova, P. Slavova, 2015. Economic efficiency of Bulgarian Dairy Synthetic Population sheep flock, bred in the Agricultural Institute in Stara Zagora. Science & Technologies, Volume 5, Number 5, Animal studies & Veterinary medicine, p. 60-69
4.Slavova, S., N. Stancheva, S. Laleva, Y. Popova, P. Slavova, 2015. Economic efficiency of Bulgarian Dairy Synthetic Population sheep flock, bred in the Experimental station at the Agricultural Institute in Shumen. Bulgarian Journal of Animal Husbandry, 5, p. 90- 97.
5.Slavova, S., G. Kalaydzhiev, J. Krastanov, S. Laleva, Y. Popova, P. Slavova, 2017. Economic values of the basic productive and functional traits of sheep from Bulgarian dairy synthetic population. Proceedings of the 11 th International Symposium “Modern Trends in Livestock Production”, October 11-1 3, 2017.