As the Faculty of Veterinary Science celebrates its 87th anniversary in 2022, the Public Relations and Corporate Image Division, Small Animal Teaching Hospital, Chulalongkorn University, and Naewna Newspaper organized an outreach project at Ang Sila Municipality Office, Chonburi province, on the 4th-5th of July. The campaign was mainly to control the population of dogs and cats in the area, providing birth control and vaccinations for rabies.
Pets around the world look set to benefit from a more effective treatment for Giardia, a common intestinal infection in dogs and cats, thanks to a collaboration between academia and industry.
Chula Veterinary Lecturer and “National Outstanding Researcher 2022” has revealed the genetic code that causes drug resistance in animals that affects human health, animals, and the environment, and suggests comprehensive solutions under the concept “One Health”.
Chula opens a state-of-the-art innovation center for veterinary students to practice their clinical skills with a simulated and modern lab classroom to hone students’ skills and develop their expertise and a space for international training to promote veterinary and medical education.
Stephan Carey, associate chairperson in the Department of Small Animal Clinical Sciences at Michigan State University’s College of Veterinary Medicine, answers questions about the warning signs of kennel cough and explaining how its outbreak is connected to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Nutmeg the puppy had several health issues at birth, including a cleft palate, but is doing well thanks to specialty services at the Cornell University Hospital for Animals.
Chulalongkorn University’s Faculty of Veterinary Science (CUVET) has found formulas to preserve animal cadavers to be studied by students in place of carcinogenic formalin and are able to keep the cadavers soft for years.
The “RightBaan” web application, collecting important information and the history of the animals, finds a new home for stray animals.
The “Microfluidic Chip Device for Microfilaria etection” by Chula researchers has won the Grand Prize and the Gold Medal in the 14thInternational Warsaw Invention Show (IWIS 2020) in Poland. The Microfluidic chip device for microfilaria detection is considered cutting-edge andwas created through the research of Asst. Prof. Dr. Prapruddee Piyaviriyakuland Assoc. Prof. Dr. Sariya Asawakarnfrom the Department of Physiology, Faculty of Veterinary Science and Assoc. Prof. Alongkorn Pimpin, from the Department of Mechanical Engineering, Faculty of Engineering.