Suggested from 5th semester
- Vet EN
Subject responsibility: Dr. László Ózsvári, full professor
General aim of the subject: The intensive progression of interdisciplinary sciences is especially significant in field of those multidisciplinary sciences as forensic veterinary medicine. The purpose and relevance of this course content to take a look inside the animal and wildlife crimes, introducing a guidance for students in these cases. the course provides basic information of current methods of forensic veterinary medicine and their complex requirements from professional, legal and ethical aspects.
Pre-study requirements: Topographic & Applied Anatomy, Veterinary Genetics
Comparative Forensic Veterinary Medicine
Year 2023/2024. I. semester
|Date||Topics||Lecturer||No. of hours|
|Introduction of forensic science.
Human – animal interactions and multidisciplinary aspects.
Crimes, crime scenes, forensic cognition.
Crime scene investigation (CSI)
|Dr Zsolt PÁDÁR||2|
|Forensic autopsy, sampling. State of the arts methods, virtual and molecular autopsy. Forensic expert witnesses. Caseworks||Dr Zsolt KOZMA
(PTE, ÁOK, IOI)
|Forensic autopsy. Biomechanics of injuries and traumas, requirements of forensic documentation. Caseworks||Dr Gabor SIMON
(PTE, ÁOK, IOI)
|Molecular genetics in forensic veterinary medicine. Prediction of post-mortem interval (PMI). Caseworks||Dr Viktor Soma POÓR (PTE, ÁOK, IOI) (online)||2|
|Molecular genetics in forensic veterinary medicine. Identification and individualisation. Genetic background, polymorphisms in the genome. Caseworks||Dr. Zenke Petra
Dr Zsolt PÁDÁR
|Forensic veterinary medicine in wildlife forensics and in hunting sport. Caseworks||Dr Zsolt PÁDÁR||2|
|8.||Consultation, exam at an agreed date||Dr Zsolt PÁDÁR||2|
Place of lectures: Zlamál Vilmos Lecture Hall / Online
Time of lectures: Wednesday 18-19.30.h
Course leader: Dr László ÓZSVÁRI
Budapest, 31. 08. 2023.
Dr László ÓZSVÁRI
Full professor, Head of Dep.