Projets de recherche dans le domaine vétérinaire

L’OSAV soutient des projets de recherche dans le domaine vétérinaire.

Projet de recherche « Smart Animal Health »

Le projet « Smart Animal Health » vise à collecter et relier un maximum de données sur les animaux de rente. La vue d’ensemble qui en résultera permettra de suivre les évolutions en matière de santé et de détention des animaux.

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Anzahl gefundene Projekte: 141

Harnessing trained immunity to enhance resistance of piglets against infections
Rapid identification and epidemiological analysis of OIE-notifiable viral animal diseases.
Generation and characterization of attenuated PEDV vaccine candidates
A pilot study to develop a screening test for brachycephalic dogs
Molecular epidemiology of Brachyspira hyodysenteriae in the Swiss pig production
Evaluating novel methods to evaluate poultry housing, welfare and compliance of functional areas using modern, smart farming technology
Evidence-based strategies to dry off dairy cows
Influence of ad libitum feeding and management on feeding and social behaviour of dairy goats and dairy sheep
Raising preparedness against African swine fever
Smart Animal Health: Gesundheitsindikatoren für Nutztiere
Prevalence of tail lesions and tail-biting in fattening pigs on Swiss farms
Influence of housing and management on claw health in Swiss dairy goats
Effects of different forms of advice and intervention measures on the occurrence of tail-biting in fattening pigs on Swiss farms
Influence of environmental enrichment on fish welfare in aquaculture facilities
Hepatitis E virus (HEV) along the food chain: Investigations into spread, genetic diversity and molecular tracing.
Lumpy skin disease: improvement of diagnostic methods and assessment of the vector potential of insects of Switzerland
Reduction of aggression-based injuries in breeding does by improvement of management
Behavioural indicators of early heat stress in dairy cows in pasture-based systems in Switzerland
Atypical porcine pestivirus (APPV): It’s presence in Switzerland and its role in the diagnosis of ruminant and porcine pestiviruses
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