The VH faculty's mission is to conduct high-quality academic research and teaching in the field of veterinary medicine and animal science. We are engaged in most aspects of the life and welfare of domestic animals.
Unrestrained use of antibiotics increases the risk of antimicrobial resistance (AMR). Our project investigates what the elements are that drive a country, veterinary clinic or a farm to reduce the
A major challenge of our time is to reduce antimicrobial resistance. Accomplishing this necessitates decreasing and reconciling the use of antibiotics in livestock, which can be achieved by
ROADMAP will foster transitions towards prudent antimicrobial use in animal production in a large variety of contexts, by favoring a rethinking of antimicrobial decision-systems all along the food
We have a broad network with collaborators in the US, Holland, England, Iceland, Norway, Swtizerland, Australia and Colombia. Scandinavian team collaborators SLU, Ultuna Anna Bergh , Senior Lecturer
The Swedish Livestock Research Centre is an important facility for research and teaching. The facility includes dairy cattle, pigs and poultry. Current research projects Completed research projects
The Swedish Livestock Research Centre offers housing for research and teaching. The facility includes dairy cattle, pigs and poultry. All the undergraduate and graduate students at the faculty will
We perform research, teach and inform about animal structure and function in health, stress, disease and production, from molecular mechanisms to whole animals.
The aim of the proposed project is project is to examine whether recovery after competition in horses is affected by housing system. The project is completed. read about the results in the article"
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,
The Department conducts research and teaching about nutrition and management of several animal species such as cattle, pigs, poultry, reindeer, fish, horses and dogs.
I completed my MSc in Animal Science at SLU in 2014. In my master thesis I analyzed the results from the newly introduced linear descriptions at the young horse performance test for Swedish Warmblood
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