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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 71 pages tagged with Veterinary science:

Desirée Ferrari

desiree.ferrari@slu.se Desiree Ferrari is a veterinary clinician at UDS and a PhD student at the department of Clinical Sciences, and her research is about how to optimize the treatment of pain in

Focus on livestock production - Care for sustainable world

In order to further promote research on animal health and welfare, and improve the overall quality of animal-based food, the Ministry of Education and Science of Ukraine, the National University of

Atopic dermatitis linked to the same parts of the genome in dogs and humans

Using new gene mapping methods, researchers have found connections between atopic dermatitis (eczema) in dogs and several regions of the genome. Some of the genes identified coincide with genes

Maria Vilain Rørvang

andrus.kangro@slu.se Researcher at the Department of Biosystems and Technology, animal group. I have a Masters degree in Agrobiology and a PhD in Animal Science and work mainly on research

Website of EURCAW- Ruminants & Equines launched

The European Reference Centre for animal welfare for ruminants and equines, EURCAW-RE, has launched its website. The Centre is coordinated by SLU/SCAW and the work is performed together with several

NordCAW seminar 2022

NordCAW seminar 2022 elin.spangenberg@slu.se This years NordCAW seminar will be held on November 30, in Tartu Estland. The theme for the seminar is “Animal welfare conflicts, aims and challenges

Oleksiy Guzhva

andrus.kangro@slu.se My research area is within innovation and new technological solutions for agriculture (sensor technology, computer vision, IoT and digitalised agriculture, smart buildings). I

Peter Halvarsson

peter.halvarsson@slu.se Peter Halvarsson has a doctorate in population biology and is working as a researcher in parasitology. I am also representative for environmental group at the department for

Katrina Ask

katrina.ask@slu.se I'm a veterinarian and PhD student at the Department for Anatomy, Physiology and Biochemistry at SLU. My research focus on orthopedic pain in horses and dairy cows, and I teach

GASL webinar: Antimicrobial use in livestock – the high-scale producers’ and international organizations’ perspective

GASL webinar: Antimicrobial use in livestock – the high-scale producers’ and international organizations’ perspective malinplanting@slu.se The Action Network Livestock Antimicrobial Partnership of

Magnus Åbrink

magnus.abrink@slu.se Associate professor (Docent), Senior Lecturer (Immunology): My current research focus on i) immunity to parasitic worm infections and the immunomodulation inflicted by secreted

Tomas Bergström

tomas.bergstrom@slu.se My research is mainly focused on inherited retinal diseases such as progressive retinal atrophy (PRA) that leads to visual impairment and blindness in dogs. 2021-present:

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