Norwegian School of Veterinary Science

The Norwegian School of Veterinary Medicine was orginally established in Oslo in 1935 for the primary purpose of training veterinary surgeons and nurses and conducting research. Today, the school has a student body of 470 and has expanded its scope to include, The Department of Basic Sciences & Aquatic Medicine, Department of Food Safety & Infection Biology, Department of Production Animal Clinical Sciences, and Department of Companion Animal Clinical Sciences. The school operates public clinics, conducts complex research and is known for excellence in academia.

Address
PO Box 8146
Ullevaalsveien 72 N-0033 Oslo,
Norway
E-mail
geir.lindhjem@veths.no
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Genetic divergence between the fish pathogens

Edwardsiella tarda is a bacterium that can infect a number of animal species and also humans. Edwardsiellosis is one of the most serious systemic bacterial diseases in fish, resulting in substantial losses ...

Dec 05, 2013
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Salmon fry have less sensitive intestines than smolt

A PhD research project at the Norwegian School of Veterinary Science has provided essential knowledge about the mechanisms leading to feed-induced enteritis in salmon and also insight into the salmon's intestinal ...

Dec 02, 2013
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Combating key viral diseases in livestock in Ethiopia

Gelagay Ayelet Melesse's doctoral research reveals that there are several serotypes of the virus causing foot-and-mouth disease (FMD) and the African horse sickness virus (AHSV) and several different hosts ...

Nov 13, 2013
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