Symposium “Poultry Respiratory Diseases and Their Prevention” will be held on 1 November 2019 at 9:00 am at the Faculty of Veterinary Medicine – Skopje. Co-organizers of the Symposium are the Macedonian Branches of the World Veterinary Poultry Association (WVPA) and the World Poultry Scientific Association (WPSA).
In addition to the lecturers from the Faculty of Veterinary Medicine – Skopje, prof. Dr. Aleksandar Dodovski and Miroslav Kjosevski, DVM, will have their lectures. Dr. Laslo Koroshi from Hungary and a representative from the Food and Veterinary Agency.
The Faculty of Veterinary Medicine – Skopje as a leading scientific institution in the field of veterinary medicine in Macedonia constantly follows the trends and requirements of the economy. In this respect, this Symposium is an excellent opportunity to share scientific achievements with all stakeholders and is an indicator of the cooperation between science and the economy.
The event coordinator is: prof. Dr. Aleksandar Dodovski, email@example.com.
More information on the program, venue and time can be found at the following link.
On September 12, 2019, at the Faculty of Veterinary Medicine, the first International Workshop on Regenerative Medicine was held: “Introducing Cell-Based Therapies and Platelet-Rich Plasma Therapies (PTT): Clinical Medicine” : Introduction to cell-based and platelet-rich plasma (PRP) therapies: clinical-translational approach).
On the theoretical part of the workshop lecturers – world-renowned experts (Prof. Dr. Lucia Pascucci, Prof. Dr. Mary Murphy, Prof. Dr. Frank Barry and Ana Ivanovska) were invited who shared their theoretical and practical knowledge on the latest advances in the field of regenerative medicine, as well as the application and role of stem cells in veterinary medicine.
During the practical part an introductory lecture was delivered by prof. Dr. Stefano Grolli, on the role and application of platelet-rich plasma (PRP) in daily practice. The practical (laboratory) part consisted of the preparation of PRP, where the participants divided into two groups independently had the opportunity to prepare the plasma and to note the differences between the gel and the plasma from the PRP.
On 12th of September 2019 the Faculty if veterinary medicine-Skopje will organize the 1st International regenerative medicine workshop with thematic topic: “Introduction to cell-based-and platelet rich plasma (PRP) therapies: Clinical-translational approach”
During the workshop, the participants will have opportunities to learn for the latest trends in stem cells production, to hear about recent advancements in regenerative medicine treatments as well to learn how to prepare platelet rich plasma.
The invited guest speakers – world experts will share their theoretical and practical knowledge for the novelties in regenerative medicine and to discuss with participants for approaches and implementation the PRP therapies at animals in practice.
На 22.8.2019 год. ФВМС, како и секоја година, имаше свој штанд во рамките на Отворениот ден на УКИМ, кој оваа година се одржа на градскиот плоштад. Нашиот Факултет ги претстави новиот „Водич за студенти“ и „Прегледот на предметните програми“, некои наслови од македонските преводи на реномирани светски учебници што ги поседува нашата Библиотека, дел од нашата колекција пластинирани анатомски препарати, прибор за клиничка практика, но секако најголема атракција и овојпат беа нашите животни (кучиња, зајак и гулаби).
Непосредно пред започнувањето на запишувањето на новата генерација студенти, во рамките на одбележувањето на 70-годишнината на Универзитетот „Св. Кирил и Методиј“ во Скопје, на 22. Август ќе се одржи манифестацијата „Отворен ден“. На оваа манифестација ќе бидат презентирани студиските програми на факултетите, а ќе се презентираат и активности од студентите, центрите за кариера и алумни асоцијацијата на УКИМ. Факултетот за ветеринарна медицина – Скопје ќе учествува со свој штанд.
Врз основа на член член 7 од Правилникот за начинот и постапката за финансирање на научно-истражувачки проекти на Факултетот за ветеринарна медицина – Скопје при Универзитетот „Св. Кирил и Методиј” во Скопје (Униврезитетски гласник УКИМ бр. 416 од 25 јануари 2019 година) и Одлуката на Наставно-научниот совет на Фкултетот за ветеринарна медицина – Скопје при Универзитетот „Св. Кирил и Методиј” во Скопје бр. 0202-956/9 од 6.6.2019 година, Конкурсната комисија на Факултетот за ветеринарна медицна –Скопје објавува интерен
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за доделување на средства за реализација на научно-истражувачки проекти на Факултетот за ветеринарна медицина – Скопје при Универзитетот „Св. Кирил и Методиј” во Скопје
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Право на апликација на научно-истажувачки проекти имаат лица избрани во наставно-научни и научни звања, вработени на Факултетот за ветеринарна медицина – Скопје.
Around the world, people keep animals for a variety of reasons, depending on their political, religious, cultural, socio-economic status. As Veterinarians, our duty is to promote animal welfare, and to ensure that they are provided with basic living conditions and protected from unnecessary stress, pain, injury and suffering. Stress and poor health contribute to economic losses (reduced production, poor quality) and both humans and animals benefit from good animal welfare.
VetNEST is a network of Faculties of Veterinary Medicine from Vienna, Brno, Budapest, Kosice, Ljubljana, Wroclaw, Zagreb, Belgrade, Skopje and Tirana, supported by the CEEPUS program. The first VetNEST Summer School for Animal Welfare, Veterinary Ethics, Legislation and Communication Skills was successfully held from 21.07 (Monday) until 28.07.19 in Vienna, Austria. The purpose of this school is to emphasize the importance of knowing and applying animal welfare, veterinary ethics and legislation with a focus on productive systems (such as intensive and extensive and traditional way of farming).
The summer school was attended by 31 participants from VetNEST member countries, as well as from Australia and Sri Lanka. The lectures and workshops were led by seven lecturers: Animal Welfare – prof. Dr. Vlatko Ilievski and Miroslav Radeski (DVM) from the Faculty of Veterinary Medicine – Skopje (Animal Welfare Center); Veterinary Ethics – prof. Dr. Cervig Grimm, Svenja Springer (DVM) and Dr. Christian Durnberger of the Faculty of Veterinary Medicine – Vienna (Vetmeduni); Veterinary legislation – prof. Dr. Kresimir Severin from the Faculty of Veterinary Medicine – Zagreb; Communication skills – prof. Dr. Metka Kuhar (Ljubljana).
Activities took place from 09:00 to 19:00. at the Faculty of Veterinary Medicine – Vienna (Vetmeduni Vienna). During the workshops, the students were divided into teams, where they jointly approached different issues in terms of welfare, ethics, legislation and communication. Also, as part of the activities, a sheep farm was visited, where the participants had the opportunity to apply their acquired knowledge in practice.
We are pleased to announce that the next Summer School is going to take place in Ohrid, Republic of Macedonia.
You can see the link of the next Summer School website in advance
In the period from 16 to 20 July 2019 students from FVM-S Simona Hadziska, Andrijana Tonchevska, Kosta Petreski, Vladimir Rusovski, Elena Mitrevska, Ivan Janev and Ivan Lozanche successfully completed the student summer practice organized by the Veterinary Faculty in Sofia (Bulgaria), which this year it took place at the Training Center at the Institute for Mountain Livestock and Farming in Troyan. The summer practice included two lectures, field practice in a private cow farm, a visit to the farms within the Institute (for cows, sheep and goats), as well as a visit to the Natural Science Museum near Troyan. The students were accompanied by prof. Dr. Igor Ulchar, and assoc. dr. Branko Atanasov, who was one of the lecturers.
In the period from July 10 to 13, 2019, a delegation from FVMS students: Ivana Arsovska, Jane Vlahov, Dimitar Bozinovski, Martin Burovski, Boris Dimitrievski, Elena Radevska and Neda Kuzmanovka participated in the international student games “Veterinijada 2019” held in Kranjska Gora (Slovenia), organized by students from the Veterinary Faculty in Ljubljana. Our students were accompanied by prof. dr. Igor Ulchar and assoc. dr. Branko Atanasov. The program of this year’s Vetrinijada included lectures held by professors at the Veterinary Faculty in Ljubljana, competitions in futsal, a visit to the Triglav National Park, completed with a picnic. All this was followed by relaxed friendships between the students from Skopje and Ljubljana.