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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 66 pages tagged with Veterinary science:

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

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

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

Anna Rosander

anna.rosander@slu.se Anna Rosander is a researcher in veterinary bacteriology and has a particular interest in spiral shaped bacteria - spirochetes - associated with diseases in farm animals.

Crossing the line

Today, on World Health Day, we pay attention to research on how transboundary diseases in sheep and goats can constitute a threat to health, livelihoods and society in Zambia and Tanzania. In a

Karin Alvåsen

karin.alvasen@slu.se Researcher at the Faculty of Veterinary Medicine and Animal Sciences, Department of Clinical Sciences. I work as a researcher at the Unit for Veterinary Epidemiology where I

Lethal disorder linked to mobility in horses

In horse breeding, selection for mobility may have increased the proportion of carriers for the lethal disease Warmblood Fragile Foal Syndrome (WFFS). Foals carrying two copies of the WFFS gene

Jane Morrell

jane.morrell@slu.se I am a veterinary surgeon from the United Kingdom, currently employed as the Faculty professor in veterinary reproductive biotechnologies at SLU in Ultuna. I am particularly

ITP: Healthy livestock - safe food

The international training programme (ITP) Healthy livestock – safe food is now open for application. The ITP integrates animal health and food security while exploring several value chains from

Small ruminants, smallholders, global food security and emerging zoonoses

Small ruminants, smallholders, global food security and emerging zoonoses malin.planting@slu.se Welcome to a seminar about small ruminants, smallholders, global food security and emerging zoonoses.

SLU participates in investigation for strengthened Swedish work for responsible antibiotic use in livestock globally

Professor Ulf Magnusson, SLU, will be part of the investigation group, whose task is to describe and evaluate Sweden's work to bring about a more responsible and reduced use of antibiotics in

Stefan Gunnarsson

stefan.gunnarsson@slu.se Senior lecturer in sustainable animal production in large herds, with special responsibility for extension service Doctor of veterinary medicine, Phd, Associate professor,

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