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Department of Animal Health.
Faculty of Veterinary Sciences Complutense University of Madrid.

 

DEGREE COURSES

http://www.ucm.es/info/saniani/

Veterinary degree courses

Parasitology, 2nd course
Epidemiology, 2nd course
Parasitic diseases, 4th course
Infectious diseases, 4th course
Preventive Medicine, 5th course
Porcine Production Medicine, 5th course
Preventive Medicine of Domestic Ruminants, 5th course
Zoonoses and Public Health, 5th course

Science and Food Technology degree courses

Food borne Zoonoses, 2nd course

PhD courses

Faculty of Veterinary, PhD programme (Veterinary Sciences)

More information:http://www.ucm.es/centros/webs/fvet/

PhD lines

  • Development of vaccines against Neospora caninum infection
  • Genetic, pathogenic and antigenic characterization of Neospora caninum isolates
  • Presence of infectious agents in Antartic marine mammals
  • Alternatives to anthelmintic control in grazing ruminants
  • Rodents as zoonotic reservoirs
  • Experimental models in cyst-foming protozoa
  • Food borne protozoa: CryptosporidiumToxoplasma and Giardia
  • Bovine venereal diseases: trichomonosis and campilobacteriosis
  • Bovine besnoitiosis
  • Toxoplasmosis Prevalence, isolation and characterization of Toxoplasma gondii in the Iberian pig

Supervisors:

  • Luis Miguel Ortega Mora
  • Mercedes Gómez Bautista
  • Gema Álvarez García
  • Ignacio Ferre Pérez
  • Esther Collantes Fernández
  • Susana Pedraza Díaz

EXTERNAL INFORMATIONAL COURSES

Other University and research centre courses

  • “Study wildlife and veterinary supervision in Castilla y León “organized by the Illustrious College of Veterinarians of Zamora-ICE University of León.” Boar. Principal infectious and parasitic diseases “Zamora, October-November 1993
  • ” Reproduction and artificial insemination of cattle and sheep ” organized by the Faculty of Veterinary Medicine, University of León and Monteleón Foundation. ” Pathology playback parasitic origin .” Veterinary Faculty , University of León, November-December 1993
  • “XX International Course on Animal Reproduction ” organized by INIA . ” Pathology of infectious and parasitic reproduction in ruminant origin .” INIA , Madrid. November, 1997
  • “XXI International Course on Animal Reproduction ” organized by INIA . ” Pathology of infectious and parasitic reproduction in ruminant origin .” INIA , Madrid. November, 1998
  • ” XXII International Course on Animal Reproduction ” organized by INIA . ” Pathology of infectious and parasitic reproduction in ruminant origin .” INIA , Madrid. November, 1999
  • “General Microbiology ” organized by the Centre for Water Education , University of Sevilla- EMASESA . ” New research in Aguas germs .” Sevilla , June 2002
  • ” Training Days Central Veterinary Laboratory , Ministry of Agriculture , Fisheries and Food .” ” Health status of populations of seals and sea lions in the area of ​​the Antarctic Peninsula : status of research and prospects for the future.” Algete , September, 2006
  • ” Second Conference on Development Cooperation of the UCM ” . ” Health impact assessment of new management systems in the vicuña population of Peru.” Madrid, November, 2006
  • “Days of Promoting Technology Transfer and Entrepreneurship at UCM .” Case studies of technology transfer in the biomedical field . Faculty of Mathematics , Complutense University of Madrid, November 13, 2007

Autonomic Community courses

  • ” The most significant zoonosis in Castilla y León ( hydatid disease and brucellosis) . Other zoonoses ” organized by the Ministry of Agriculture , Government of Castile and Leon . ” Zoonosis caused by protozoa .” Leon, November, 1994
  • “Symposium on diseases of cattle in the Mountain Lion ” organized by the Territorial Service of Agriculture and Livestock, Ministry of Agriculture and Livestock, Government of Castile and Leon . ” Bovine Trichomoniasis .” Riano, February, 1995
  • ” I Course hunting activities and inspection of game ” organized by the Health Department of Guadalajara – Regional Government of Castilla -La Mancha – Official College of Veterinarians of Guadalajara. ” Practice on sampling, preparation and use of trichinoscope ” . Guadalajara , June, 1997
  • “Update on zoonoses ” organized by the Official College of Veterinarians of Madrid- General of the Ministry of Public Health and Social Services deSanidad Madrid . ” Emerging zoonoses caused by protozoa .” Madrid , June 1998
  • ” Zoonoses in Veterinary Public Health ” organized by the Health Department , Generalitat Valenciana – Official College of Veterinarians of Valencia. ” Zoonosis protozoan : toxoplasmosis and cryptosporidiosis ” . Valencia , October 1998
  • “Zoonoses in Veterinary Public Health” organized by the Health Department, Generalitat Valenciana-Official College of Veterinarians of Valencia. “Zoonosis protozoan: toxoplasmosis and cryptosporidiosis”. Valencia, November-December 1999
  • “Epidemiology of emerging pathogens” organized by the Department of Public Health and Participation, Regional Government of Castilla-La Mancha. “Waterborne protozoan.” Toledo, June 2005
  • “New health programs developed under the ADSG” organized by the Ministry of Livestock, Agriculture and Fisheries, Government of Cantabria. “Control strategies neosporosis.” Santander, November, 2006
  • “Days of Parasitology” organized by the Centre for Agricultural Research Mabegondo (La Coruña, Spain) of the Ministry for Rural Affairs of the Xunta de Galicia. “Neosporosis”. Corunna, November, 2006
  • VIII Science Fair in Madrid. “Parasites in marine mammals of the Antarctic”, within the thematic area “International Polar Year”. Madrid, 12-15 April 2007

Courses for Professional Organisations

  • “Pathology in the dog” organized by the Hon. College of Veterinarians of Leon. “Filariasis”. León, October-November 1993
  • “Conference on veterinary aspects of wild ungulates” organized by the Hon. College of Veterinarians of Leon. “Pathology of the Boar”. León, February, 1994
  • “Livestock Conference” organized by the Hon. Veterinary College of Zamora. “La cryptosporidiosis and toxoplasmosis in sheep.” Zamora, October, 1995
  • “I Animal Production Course : Pathology and Productive Factors in Animal Production” organized by the Hon . College of Veterinary Council of Salamanca Salamanca . ” Neosporosis bovine : emerging cause of abortion .” Salamanca, October, 2002
  • “Bovine disease control programs in Galicia” organized by Hon. Official College of Veterinarians of Lugo. “Control and eradication da Neosporose bovine”. Lugo, October-November 2003

Courses for Businesses and Associations

  • “I Technical Conference of veterinary specialists in sheep and goats”-organized by Mallinckrodt Veterinary Society of Spanish and Caprinotecnia Ovinotecnia. “Prevalence, presentation and control of cryptosporidiosis and associated processes.” Burgos and Ciudad Real, May, 1995
  • “Veterinary farms Management” organized by Urcacyl-Directorate General for Development of MAP-European Social Fund. “Diarrhea in lambs.” Zamora, September, 1995
  • “Ovinotecnia Training Course” organized by COAG-Ministry of Agriculture and Livestock of the Junta de Castilla y León. “Control of the major parasitic diseases of sheep.” Carrión de los Condes, Palencia, March, 1996
  • “I Course sheep and cooperative” Urcacyl-organized by DG MAP-Fund Development Social Europe. “Causes of parasitic etiology of abortion in sheep.” Benavente. Urcacyl-MAP and the European Social Fund. December 1996
  • “Hog Days” organized by Pfizer Animal Health. “Economic impact of parasitic and practical diagnostic industrial pig”. Madrid, December 1998
  • “Diseases of importance in new Animal Health” organized by Mendikoi-Neiker-Derio Agricultural School. “Neosporosis and toxoplasmosis”. Derio, Vizcaya, November-January, 2000-2001
  • “1st Seminar Pfizer Dairy Cow Stretched” organized by Pfizer Animal Health. “Neosporosis and trichomoniasis.” Santiago de Compostela, June 2002
  • “Diseases of cattle.” “Neosporosis in cattle.” Charity, Asturias, October 2002
  • “Refresher Course breeding techniques in extensive cattle” organized by Pfizer Animal Health. “Neosporosis and trichomoniasis.” . Theoretical and practical classes: Badajoz, September 2004
  • “5th Beef Days” organized by Seares. “The cattle neosporosis, an emerging disease.” Vegadeo, Asturias, April, 2005
  • “First Conference of the ADS” organized by SERIVET. “The cattle neosporosis, an emerging disease.” Embankment, Lugo, April, 2005
  • “Refresher Course breeding techniques in extensive cattle II” organized by Pfizer Animal Health. “Neosporosis and trichomoniasis.” Theoretical and practical classes. June 2007
  • “Neospora caninum and neosporosis in cattle.” “New advances in the understanding of disease.” Animal Health Service, The Netherlands, May 16, 2007
  • “I Biennial Conference Proteomics”. “Proteomics”. Barcelona, 21-22 February 2008

Courses for Professional Training

  • “Pig Breeders Intensive Course” organized by AMBLIM DPV and the Foundation for the development of training in coal mining areas. “Preventive medicine.” Guardo, Palencia

Other courses

  • “Management, Control and Monitoring in the National Reserve of Salinas and Aguada Blanca and the Region of Arequipa” “Socialization of Health Research Wild South American Camelids” organized by the Ministry of Agriculture of Peru, CONACS, INRENA and CONOPA. “Diseases parasitic in camelids. “Arequipa, Peru, july 2006