The major area of our scientific interest is centered on reprograming of metabolic and cellular signaling pathways in cancer.
In this seminar, Dr. Schmidt will overview redox homeostasis and the canonical disulfide reductase systems; describe how mice were engineered to perturb this process; and lead the audience through the discovery of the first metabolism-based alternative disulfide reductase pathway.
Out of 97 veterinary training institutions, the head of the Department of Pathology of the University of Veterinary Medicine Budapest, professor Míra Mándoki was nominated as the second representative of EAEVE in VetCEE.
When the University of Veterinary Medicine Budapest became independent in 2016, the employee-student picnic and ox roasting event was born with a tradition-creating intention. Hope you had a good time, take a look at our photo report: Photos: Anikó Horváth (Fényfotó)
Three new professors accepted their appointment from the University of Veterinary Medicine Budapest on 14 September at the Sándor Palace.
The number of people admitted has never been as high as this year, emphasized Prof. Dr. Péter Sótonyi, rector who opened the 236th academic year of the University of Veterinary Medicine Budapest on September 9th, 2022. As the third veterinary training institution in the world after Lyon and Vienna, veterinary education started in Pest, highlighted
WHAT IS OUR CHARITY LECTURE ABOUT? About Kenyan wildlife. About poaching. About the importance of education for Kenyan children. About wildlife protection with the involvement of the local community. About the importance of voluntary work. About how we can help wildlife from home. About what a research student, a biologist, ecologist, or veterinary student can
The purpose of the workshop is to provide postgraduate continuous education for small animal surgeons/practitioners in the field of gastrointestinal surgery, with special emphasis on some techniques which are relatively infrequent in the practice. Registration deadline: 28th October.
Communities can be successful even if their representatives don’t always win. He also told us how he had been using every opportunity to improve his language skills while having equine medicine on his mind all the time.
The Living Library event is organised within the framework of the Go Digital Go Global Erasmus+ project. This project aims to equip young people with the competencies needed for receiving and retaining a job online, and/or online entrepreneurship. Also to equip young people with skills that will bring the digital world closer to them and
The head of the Equine Medicine Department and Clinic is one of those teachers who are tied to the Alma Mater through their family roots, too.