"One Health", zoonoses or drug resistances: Research in veterinary medicine is not just about deciphering animal diseases. The protection of human health and of the environment against pathogens from animal diseases, as well as biomedical basic research, are also important aspects.
Every year, many people in Uganda die from rabies after being bitten by a dog. Veterinary epidemiologist Sonja Hartnack is working together with
Urs Meyer, professor at the Institute of Veterinary Pharmacology and Toxicology at UZH, and his team have developed a new method of orally
UZH is present at this year’s OLMA with two projects exhibited in the trade fair’s “research garden.” One project demonstrates how supplemental
UZH is developing alternative methods to animal experiments in line with the 3Rs principle. To highlight outstanding achievements of its members in
The establishment of the One Health Institute at UZH is well under way. An inaugural symposium will be held on 21 September, focusing on the two key
Researchers from veterinary medicine, human medicine and the natural sciences have joined forces to establish Europe’s first university-based One
The Alongshan virus was discovered in China only five years ago. Now UZH researchers have found the novel virus for the first time in Swiss ticks. It