Guide dogs assisting blind and visually impaired individuals receive the best available care free of charge at the Small Animal Clinic of the University of Veterinary Medicine Budapest.
The aim of the SPoC Programme is to help the students’ innovative, industrially/economically potentially applicable, and useful ideas in their further development and to bring them closer to market utilization.
Congratulations to Dr. Petra Zenke, scientific researcher at the Animal Breeding, Nutrition and Laboratory Animal Science Department.
Our University’s finance director has a future-forward, strategic mindset and considers stability and reliability as the most important values in terms of business management.
Congratulation to Tamás Horváth DVM, PhD, research professor at Yale University School of Medicine and University of Veterinary Medicine Budapest, Department of Anatomy and Histology who was named on the list of most highly cited researchers. Highly Cited Researchers have demonstrated significant and broad influence reflected in their publication of multiple highly cited papers over the
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One tradition at the University of Veterinary Medicine Budapest is the silent commemoration of the victims of 1956.
At the University of Veterinary Medicine Budapest, animal welfare is a key aspect of training future professionals. Part of this commitment includes reducing the use of live animals and, whenever possible, replacing them with simulators.
The first phase of the development project at the István Street campus of the University of Veterinary Medicine Budapest will begin in a matter of weeks. As part of the 5.2 billion HUF investment, several buildings designed by Imre Steindl will be renovated.
In addition to his role in saving the Hungarian Grey Cattle, which preserved the outstanding value of our country, he is also associated with the establishment of the iconic statue of the Csatlós Bull on the university campus.
The Researchers’ Night is Hungary’s largest science communication event series, and this year the University of Veterinary Medicine Budapest joined with ten exciting programs. Both young and elderly with an interest in veterinary science quickly filled the 550 spots, and on September 30, Friday, starting at 4:00 PM, they took over the lecture halls at
The University of Veterinary Medicine Budapest has signed a development cooperation agreement with Rákvakcina BVM Kft. regarding a Hungarian immunotherapy method developed for the treatment of cancerous diseases and its potential veterinary application.