Prof. Ing. Eva Voslarova
Prof. Ing. Eva Voslarova, Ph.D. graduated from the Mendel University Brno (Ing.) in 2001. She achieved Ph.D. degree in Veterinary Public Health and Animal Protection (2004), habilitation (Doc.) in Animal Protection and Welfare (2008) and full professorship (Prof.) in Animal Protection and Welfare (2019) at the University of Veterinary Sciences Brno.
As university professor and the Head of Animal Protection and Welfare Unit at the University of Veterinary Sciences Brno, she is responsible for animal protection and welfare courses for both pre-graduate and post-graduate students and other welfare courses within lifelong education including further education of veterinary inspectors. She has international teaching experience as a visiting professor at several European universities. She was also repeatedly invited as a tutor for the EU courses Better Training for Safer Food.
Results of her research aimed at animal welfare of farm, companion and captive-kept wild animals have been published in peer-reviewed scientific journals worldwide (698 SCI citations, h-index = 17). She has been involved in numerous national research projects focused on the welfare of animals. From 2015 to 2017, she was the work package leader in Horizon 2020 Hennovation project.
She is the National representative for cooperation with EFSA in the area of animal welfare – dairy and a member of the EFSA working group on transport of caged species.
Since 2005, she has been a coordinator of the International Animal Protection and Welfare Conference hosted annually by the University of Veterinary Sciences in Brno, Czech Republic.