Introduction of Social Sciences
Veterinary Science and Veterinary Medicine research are dedicated to the study of health, diseases, and well-being of animals, encompassing a wide spectrum of species. This field seeks to understand and advance veterinary practices, contributing to the improvement of animal health and welfare, as well as human health in relation to zoonotic diseases.
Animal Physiology and Anatomy:
Investigating the structure and functions of animal bodies, physiological processes, organ systems, and their adaptations to different environments and conditions.
Infectious Diseases and Immunology:
Researching the mechanisms, prevention, and treatment of infectious diseases that affect animals, along with the study of immune responses and vaccination strategies to protect animals from diseases.
Veterinary Pharmacology and Therapeutics:
Studying drugs and their effects on animals, therapeutic interventions, and pharmacokinetics to ensure safe and effective treatments for various animal health issues.
Animal Husbandry and Welfare:
Focusing on the ethical and practical aspects of animal management, including nutrition, housing, breeding, and general well-being to optimize animal health and productivity while promoting ethical treatment.
Comparative Medicine and One Health:
Investigating the similarities and differences between animal and human health, aiming to improve both through interdisciplinary collaboration and a holistic approach to health, considering the interconnectedness of humans, animals, and the environment.