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: “Comprehension and learning leads to knowledge”
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.
Candlelight memorial for the martyrs of 1956
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 film about what happened on campus in 1956: We made light around us
A documentary from the University of Veterinary Medicine Budapest about what happened on campus in 1956.
Candlelight memorial for Zoltán Tatay
Photos by Gusztáv Balázs
The autumn issue of UNIVET magazine has been published
In the 15th issue of the Univet newspaper, the magazine of the University of Veterinary Medicine Budapest, you can read about the opening ceremony of the 234th academic year, which is the first year when the university is operated by a foundation.
Ceremonial handover of MRI device in Üllő
With strict adherence to the epidemiological measures, a small handover ceremony of the standing equine MRI device took place on 7th of October 2020, which arrived at the Department and Clinic of Equine Medicine of the University of Veterinary Medicine Budapest.
Dr Gábor Náray-Szabó: Find the right balance of safety and risk
Dr Gábor Náray-Szabó is the president of the board of trustees for József Marek Foundation that took over the operation of the University of Veterinary Medicine as of 1 August this year. He is a chemist and a second-generation member of the Academy of Sciences. Read our interview with him.
MRI: new possibilities in diagnosing lameness
If the diagnosis is not reached by conventional diagnostic tools such as X-ray or ultrasound, you may consider other advanced imaging modalities such as magnetic resonance imaging (MRI), which has recently arrived at the Department and Clinic of Equine Medicine of the University of Veterinary Medicine Budapest.
Huge thanks to our blood donors
On 7th of October 2020, our students and colleagues saved lives by donating blood at the Student Center of the University of Veterinary Medicine Budapest.
VirusRadar mobile app to help contact research
An effective tool for contact research is the VirusRadar mobile application, which can be used next to the traditional contact research methods. Download it now!
Special MRI device arrived at the Department and Clinic of Equine Medicine
In September, a new Standing Equine MRI device that is able to examine in a standing position was handed over at the Department and Clinic of Equine Medicine of the University of Veterinary Medicine Budapest.