Dr. Lymberopoulos is a professor in the field of “Farm Animal Reproduction” in the Division of Animal Science of the Department of Agriculture, School of Geotechnical Sciences, of the International Hellenic University. He graduated from the Faculty of Veterinary Medicine of the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki in 1982. In November 1997 he was awarded the title of Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) of Veterinary Medicine of the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, specializing in Reproductive Toxicology. His main research interests include reproductive management, reproductive physiology, endocrinology, andrology, estrus synchronization, artificial insemination of farm animals, and ovine and caprine early pregnancy diagnosis. He has been a researcher or member of a research team of dozens of competing national and European programs. He has more than 70 publications in national and international scientific journals, 150 publications in international and national conferences, and has 450 citations with h-index 12. His contribution to science and the impact of his work has been recognized by becoming a “de facto” diplomat of the European College of Animal Breeding (Diplom ECAR).