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Veterinary science

Veterinary medicine is the branch of medicine that deals with the prevention, diagnosis and treatment of disease, disorder and injury in non-human animals. The scope of veterinary medicine is wide, covering all animal species, both domesticated and wild, with a wide range of conditions which can affect different species. This includes medical bioscience, pathobiology and clinical science.


There are 95 pages tagged with Veterinary science:

Maja Malmberg

I'm fascinated by infectious diseases, in particular the agents causing the diseases and their interactions with the surrounding microorganisms. The overall aim of my research is to address questions

Markos Managos

Doctoral Student at the Department of Animal Nutrition and Management. Working in the Project "SustAinimal". The aim of the research project is to validate estimates of methane emissions from dairy

Trainings in pig herd health in Uganda

SLU is collaborating with Makerere University and the Ministry of Agriculture, Animal Industries and Fisheries in Uganda to conduct interactive trainings in pig herd health management directed to

Maja Söderlind

My name is Maja Söderlind, I am a veterinarian and teacher at the department of Anatomy, Physiology and Biochemistry at SLU. I graduated as a veterinarian at Copenhagen University in Denmark, 2013,

Locally adapted training and interventions to curb antimicrobial resistance

SLU is collaborating with Makerere University and the Ministry of Agriculture, Animal Industry and Fisheries in Uganda, under the CGIAR Research Program on Livestock, to reduce antibiotic use in

New detection method can help eradicate contagious sheep and goat disease

Peste des petits ruminants (PPR) is a severe viral disease of sheep and goats. PPR is present in Africa, the Middle East and Asia. The virus is highly contagious, and the mortality can be as high as

New udder inflammation indicators provide insight in how cows recover from the disease

Mastitis or udder inflammation is a common production disease in dairy herds, causing compromised animal welfare and entails economic losses for the farmer. Now, a new article on different udder

Open online course: Effective livestock production with low use of antibiotics

malin.planting@slu.se Join anytime during the course period and learn what antibiotic resistance is and how to prevent it, while increasing productivity among your livestock. Over 3,000 people from

Uppsala Health Summit: Managing Antimicrobial Resistance through Behaviour Change

Uppsala Health Summit 2021: Managing Antimicrobial Resistance through Behaviour Change malin.planting@slu.se In light of the current global pandemic, the Uppsala Health Summit 2021 will be

New policy brief: Sustainable goat production in Zambia

The policy brief “Factors enabling sustainable goat production in Zambia” is based on a two-day workshop in Lusaka, Zambia, which gathered key chain actors, specific to the goat value chain. The

New FAO-report about AMR

SLU and FAO have jointly published a new report on how a high dairy productivity can be achieved with a low use of antibiotics. The report Tackling antimicrobial use and resistance in dairy cattle:

Birgitta Åhman

As professor in reindeer husbandry, my research interests are mainly related to reindeer and reindeer husbandry. Focus is on reindeer management in relation to nutrition and utilization of natural

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