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Migration veterinary medicine

With traveling, Import and Export of animals (pets and horses) new and exotic pathogens might be introduced to Austria. This represents a new risk potential for humans and animals and could also have an economic impact. Specialists in the field of Bacterology, Virology, Parasitologie, Clinics etc.) are training vets from the field to be state-of-the-art in regard of this problem.
Coordination in general
Duscher Georg
FFG Qualifizierungsseminare mit Bildungs.Prämie - 5. Ausschreibung
Type of Research
Cavalleri J., Project team member
Vetmed Research Units
University Equine Clinic, Clinical Unit of Equine Internal Medicine
Institute of Parasitology
Projekt partner
Kleintierpraxis Föttinger, Korneuburgerstraße 25, 2103 Langenzersdorf, Austria
Tierarzt Lassee, Bahnstrasse 17, 2291 Lassee, Austria
Tierarztpraxis Koller, Münchendorferstrasse 7, 2353 Guntramsdorf, Austria
Tierklinik Lilienfeld, Babenbergerstrasse 22, 3180 Lilienfeld, Austria
Tierarztpraxis Pottenstein, Gutensteinerstr. 1, 2563 Pottenstein, Austria
Funded by
FFG - Österreichische Forschungsförderungsgesellschaft, Wien, Austria
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