2020 has been an extraordinary year in UVMB’s life too, but the education programme, which is always the university’s top priority, still went on according to the Rector’s newly developed protocol partly based on the students’ requests. Here’s the English summary of our interview with our Rector, Dr. Péter Sótonyi.
Join our Mini Symposium on 17th December from 14:00 till 16:00 online and learn more about the subcortical neural processing of saliency. Click here for more information.
The sex of the baby elephant, which is expected to be born in spring, will be sure only after its birth, but with a new method, which is still in the experimental phase, we can already say whether it is a girl or a boy.
Natalja Lewin is a fighter, she is here at the University of Veterinary Medicine Budapest getting her second degree to fulfil her purpose in life: bring change and healing into the world. Read our interview with a passionate woman who is not afraid to be honest and speak up if needed.
Viktória Verebélyi has just received her master’s degree in biology from the University of Veterinary Medicine Budapest. In our interview, we talked about the special award she received at SCIndiator’s science communication competition.
With regard to Govt. Decree No. 478/2020 (3 November) declaring a state of public health emergency, this protocol is issued in order to protect the staff and students of the University of Veterinary Medicine, ensure the continuity of education and efficiently organize the defence against COVID-19 to prevent it from appearing at our University.
The award ceremony of the 2020 TDK conference will be held fully online on Tuesday, 24th November 2020 from 11 am. Join us!
This year the long-awaited student event of the autumn semester at the University of Veterinary Medicine Budapest, the Marek Days, took place between 21st and 24th of October.
Dr Zoltán Somogyi is a PhD student, Senate member and Doctoral Student Council vice president. He is an instructor and a researcher while he is also responsible for the veterinary care of a pig farm with 1100 sows as the attending vet – no wonder he won the Beginner Veterinarian of the Year Award two years ago.
Candles were lighted on the evening of 26th of October for Zoltán Tatay and Zsigmond Bóna, martyrs of the University of Veterinary Medicine Budapest, at a traditional commemoration held in the park of our institution.
A documentary from the University of Veterinary Medicine Budapest about what happened on campus in 1956.