Peter Pal Nagy, DVM, PhD, Diplomat ECAR, hon. Professor: Peter Nagy obtained his veterinary degree in 1990 at the University of Veterinary Medicine in Budapest, Hungary. He worked at the Department of Reproduction and Obstetrics of the University until 1999 as assistant professor on large animal reproduction, theriogenology and endocrinology. He obtained his PhD degree in 1998 on Equine reproduction. In 1998–1999, he spent one year as a post-doctoral fellow at INRA, France. Peter has been working with dromedary camels over 20 years. In 2000–2002, he developed an embryo transfer and artificial insemination program for dromedary camels in the Sultanate of Oman. He moved to Dubai, UAE in 2003 to develop and manage the world first large-scale camel milking farm (EICMP, Camelicious®) where he is the head of the Farm & Veterinary Department since 2006. Peter is also a founding member and diplomat of the European College of Animal Reproduction (ECAR), an honorary professor at the Faculty of Agricultural and Food Sciences of the Széchenyi István University in Hungary and the founder and chairman of the Camelid Working Group of the European Association of Animal Production (EAAP). Together with other colleagues, he is one of the founders and co-organizer of the ICAR Satellite Meetings on Camelid Reproduction.