Dr. Muzaffer Denli graduated from the Çukurova University (Adana, Turkey) in 1997 with a B.Sc. in Animal Science In 1999-2005 worked as a researcher assistant in Çukurova University conducting research in the area of using different adsorbents in animal diets to diminish the harmful effects of mycotoxins. In 2005-2008 worked on the nutrition and the welfare and behavior livestock animals in Universitat Autonoma de Barcelona. During this period he joined many projects. He is involved in several Twinning project in Central and Eastern Europe and a Focus Balkans EU food quality chain project. He has 52 articles and 1 book (Genetically Modified Organisms). He is involved in several large national and international projects as researcher and project leader. He is currently the head of the department of Animal Science at Dicle University.
Over the years his research interests have focused on feeding and nutrition of livestock animals, animal welfare, organic farming and the detoxification methods of mycotoxins in livestock. Recent research activities have discussed the relationship between feed contamination and animal productivity, health, food quality and safety as well.