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Research in this area concentrates on major national and international animal health issues. There is a particular emphasis on emerging problems in food safety and public health. The veterinary sciences and public health teams include a wide range of specialists in veterinary sciences. These include experts in epidemiology, molecular biology, public health and food safety, pathology, infectious diseases, aquaculture, and animal behaviour and welfare.
The team also train future scientists and veterinarians from undergraduate to postgraduate levels.
The Massey University Centre for practical, science-based and ethical advice, education and solutions to animal welfare and behaviour problems and for bioethical analysis and education
Research includes a broad range of areas related to infectious diseases of veterinary and public health importance. These include diseases caused by bacteria, fungi, parasites or viruses.
Our research focuses particularly on the mechanisms of disease development and diagnosis. This includes infectious diseases, cancer, toxicities, nutritional diseases, and genetic diseases.
We use radioimmunoassay and ELISA methods to measure hormones and other biological compounds for commercial clients, in collaborative research projects, and for student and staff projects.
Massey University has three main groups focusing on epidemiological research and studies. These are the EpiCentre, mEpiLab and Infectious Diseases Research Centre.
Examples of projects from veterinary science researchers at Massey University.
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Last updated on Monday 14 November 2016
Team Manager - Academic - Institute of Vet, Animal and Biomedical Sciences
Group Leader - Academic - Institute of Vet, Animal and Biomedical Sciences
Professor of Veterinary Neurophysiology - Institute of Vet, Animal and Biomedical Sciences
Associate Professor - Institute of Vet, Animal and Biomedical Sciences