The Faculty of Veterinary Medicine has a unique position in the Netherlands. Not only is this the only institution where veterinarians are trained, researchers are also working together on innovative scientific research. In addition, the faculty provides specialist clinical care in the largest academic veterinary hospital in Europe. Thanks to this position, the Faculty of Veterinary Medicine is a point of contact for all veterinary matters, both nationally and increasingly internationally.
'Point of contact for all veterinary matters'
14 June 2017
Bart Spee awarded STW grant for development of specialised liver cells to test the toxicity of drugs.
8 June 2017
Prof. Erik Teske, DVM will be awarded with an honorary doctor’s degree at SLU at the award ceremony on 7 October this year.
6 June 2017
People working with or close to MRI scanners may have a heightened risk of an accident driving to or from work and abnormal menstrual bleeding.
26 June 2017 16:15 - 17:15
Promotion: ‘When Toxoplasma gondii is not present in pigs, they are usually not infected with Trichinella spp.’
Gertie Bokken has studied whether blood tests might be a suitable way to predict infections with both parasites.
27 - 29
27 June 2017 09:00 - 29 June 2017 17:00
This UFAW International symposium will highlight the topic: ‘Measuring animal welfare and applying scientific advances – Why is it still so difficult?’
27 June 2017 14:30 - 15:30
According to Marijke Zonneveld, extracellular vesicles in breast milk influence the cells of the digestive system and regulate the function of the immune system