The SUAT team want to congratulate the new year2012. For us it is especially important because we celebrate the 10th anniversary of our research group and want to celebrate and share with you by organizing a conference in the month of October to which you are all invited.
We also want to remind you of September 4 to 7 will be held the IX International Congress of Veterinary Virology at which you are also invited and already have official website: www.esvv2012.com. From February 1 will enable the delivery of communications and of entries.
Two of the articles of the SUAT team are on the Top 25 of SciVerse as articles with more views between July and September of the Preventive Veterinary Medice journal.
SUAT research unit reaches 100 SCI research articles.
6 more publications are In Press and will emerge over the coming months. But also are available from our Publications section. Also we can be proud of having participated in:
- 18 PhD Thesis
- 7 Master projects
- 10 Certificates on Advanced Studies
- 81 Outreach publications
- 361 Oral communications & posters
On November 30 and December 1course within the animal health project: "Risk Analysis, modeling health and continuing education for the Health Alert Network (RASVE) of the Directorate General of Health of Primary Production."
Directorate General for Agriculture and Livestock (MARM) and the VISAVET Health Surveillance Centre.
Jose Manuel Sánchez-Vizcaíno (SUAT-VISAVET)
Ana de las Heras Sánchez (SUAT-VISAVET)
Carmina Gallardo (CISA -INIA)
Jovita Fernández (CISA-INIA)
Deborah Kukielka (SUAT-VISAVET)
Lucía de Juan Ferré (MYC-VISAVET)
From November 28th to December 2nd, we received the visit of two experts from the Russian National Reference Laboratory for the diagnosis of African Swine Fever (ASF).
This course is framed within the "Twinning Project" between the reference laboratory of the OIE for ASF (VISAVET-UCM) and the National Laboratory of Virology and Microbiology Research in Veterinary Pokrov, Russia.
This course was mainly focused on practical learning and training in classical virology diagnostic techniques on ASF. During the week, participants worked in the VISAVET Centre Biosafety level 3 Area (BSL-3), learning the culture of macrophages, hemadsorption, direct immunofluorescence and serological techniques (ELISA and IB).
More information: Twinning projects between laboratories of the OIE.