The aim of the agreement to develop a strategy for biosecurity measures on poultry farms, monitor the biosecurity situation on poultry farms, and enhance the professional knowledge of veterinary students participating in undergraduate education in poultry herd health.
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For the first time in Hungary, planned for the autumn of 2022, specialized programs in animal welfare for veterinary professionals and lawyers will be launched.
Based on feedback from the exhibitors, the number of interested students has already returned to pre-pandemic levels. It is observed that not only final-year students but also third and fourth-year students are actively seeking information about their options, internship positions, scholarships, and available summer jobs, both domestically and internationally.
Third-year student Noémi Madarász, the new president of the University’s student council has wanted to be a vet ever since kindergarten, just like many other children.
Not everybody is a vet, even in a veterinary university… UVMB’s Secretary General is a lawyer and economist.
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Our foundation-funded university, established a year and a half ago, has the primary goal of enhancing its competitiveness. We are promoting advancement in international rankings and strengthening our position in domestic and international higher education through an unprecedented salary increase.
There is a widespread consensus among professionals working in the fields of human and animal protection that the two areas are closely interconnected and have numerous points of intersection. It is in our collective interest to live in an ethical society and minimize suffering and cruelty, whether directed towards humans or animals.
Since 2010, Óbuda University has awarded honorary doctorate titles to recognize outstanding, internationally recognized scientific work and activities in support of the university.
We interviewed Prof. Péter Nagy, scientific director of the National Institute of Oncology, newly-appointed professor of the University of Veterinary Medicine Budapest and head of its redox biology research team. We asked him about the new cooperation as well as the hardships and beauty of being a researcher.
Over the past decades, the department has continuously improved the system, making incremental advancements in resolution, lighting, and projection surface, keeping up with technological progress.