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.
CRU invites all interested to the half-day symposium: Impacts of the Environment in the modern dairy cow. The symposium is held in room Tanngrisner 2, VHC building, SLU, Uppsala. Please register to
CRU invites all interested to the half-day symposium: Impacts of the environment on the modern dairy cow. The symposium is held in room Tanngrisner 2, VHC building, SLU, Uppsala. Please register to
Our section works in bioinformatics research, we combine computer sciences, statistics, mathematics and engineering to analyze and interpret biological data. Bioinformatics is crucial for the
Research at the Section of Molecular Genetics Research at the Section of Bioinformatics The purpose of molecular genetic research is to understand how the various components of the genome work at
Research at the Section of Quantitative Genetics Research at the Section of Applied Genetics Quantitative genetics involves genetic analysis and interpretation of data for so-called complex traits
Astrid Gumucio has been working as a research engineer since the fall of 2017 and is responsible for all the labs at AFB. She also teaches at the department. Astrid has a doctoral degree in medical
We perform research, teach and inform about animal structure and function in health, stress, disease and production, from molecular mechanisms to whole animals.
I work as a researcher in aquatic ecotoxicology as well as with environmental monitoring and assessment. Much of my research has been on studies of toxicological effects of chemicals on the
Contagious animal diseases Contagious animal diseases of global importance are called Transboundary Animal Diseases (TAD). TADs pose a constant threat to global food production. Highly Pathogenic
The Department conducts research and teaching about nutrition and management of several animal species such as cattle, pigs, poultry, reindeer, fish, horses and dogs.
In January, Camilla Frisk started as a research assistant at AFB. She works within Marie Rhodins various research projects concerning the horse's biomechanics and pain behavior. After she completed
Rebecca Axelsson works as a university lecturer and teaches primarily in anatomy. She started at AFB in February and will work here until June 2020. Rebecca is a veterinarian who graduated in January