VetBioNet partners video presentation


Eurofins-Ingenasa, a biotechnological company part of VetBioNet, shows us its facilities and the work carried out within the project. The video is available here.

3rd VetBioNet Annual Meeting – Transnational access (TNA)

Introduction by Sascha Trapp – VetBioNet project coordinator.

  • TNA overview

(Norbert Stockhofe, WBVR)

  • TNA project results: Successes & challenges of intra-muscular and oral DNA vaccination of carp against Spring Viremia of Carp Virus (SVCV)

(Maria Forlenza, Wageningen University & Research)

  • TNA project results: Experimental infection of ewes and pigs with a novel Pestivirus related to classical swine fever virus (SFV)

(Llilianne Ganges, CReSA)


3rd VetBioNet Annual Meeting – VetBioNet partners research activities related to Covid-19

  • SARS-CoV2: One virus, many animals…one model?

(Speaker: Saskia  Weber, Friedrich-Loeffler-Institut)

  • FAQs about SARS-CoV2, and some answers from experiments at Erasmus MC

(Speaker: Sander Herfst, Erasmus Medical Centre)

  • SARS-CoV2 animal models at WBVR

(Speaker: Nora Gerhards, Wageningen BioVeterinary Research)

  • SARS-CoV2/COVID-19 work at IRTA-CReSA

(Speaker: Julia Vergara-Alert, CReSA)

3rd VetBioNet Annual Meeting – Joint research activities involving private partners

  • Telemetric approaches in farmed animal species

(Speaker: Lucas Noldus, Noldus Information Technology)

  • Development of novel farm animal cell lines

(Speaker: Tobias May, InSCREENeX)

VetBioNet network is committed to animal health and welfare!

What is the real impact of animal health and welfare on people’s health and daily life? Learn more in this short video produced by the VetBioNet Project!

How can VetBioNet improve ethical standards in animal experimentation?

VetBioNet is a collaborative project including high-containment research facilities, academic institutes, international organisations and industry partners. VetBioNet aims at enhancing research on epizootic and zoonotic diseases in many ways, including 3Rs alternatives to animal research: reduction, refinement and replacement.