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    Unlocking the potential of extracellular vesicles in one-health, food and feed : Proceedings of the COMBIVET & OH-BOOST Joint Conference 2024: 24-25th of May 2024 : abstract book
    (Estonian University of Life Sciences, 2024) Premathilka, Chanaka (editor); Ekanayake, Gayandi (editor); Sapugahawatte, Dulmini N. (editor); Kodithuwakku, Suranga (editor); Fazeli, Alireza (editor)
    This conference is jointly organised by the ERA Chair COMBIVET and OHBoost Twinning Project of the Estonian University of Life Sciences in partnership with the University of Tartu (UT), University of Helsinki (UH) the University of Milan (UniMi) and Baltic Society of Extracellular Vesicles (BSEV). This conference marks the final gathering under the guidance of the ERA Chair COMBIVET. The COMBIVET and OH-Boost programs are supported by the European Union's Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No. 857418 COMBIVET and the European Union through Horizon coordination and support actions under grant agreement No. 101079349 OH-Boost respectively.
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    Converging Extracellular Vesicle Research in all domains of life towards understanding their potential functional application : Proceedings of the COMBIVET & OH-BOOST Joint Conference 2023: 8-9th September 2023
    (Estonian University of Life Sciences, 2023) Ekanayake, Gayandi (editor); Muhandiram, Subhashini (editor); Godakumara, Kasun (editor); Sapugahawatte, Dulmini N. (editor); Kodithuwakku, Suranga (editor); Fazeli, Alireza (editor)
    About the COMBIVET & OH-Boost Joint Conference 2023 This conference is jointly organised by the ERA Chair COMBIVET and OH- Boost Twinning Project of the Estonian University of Life Sciences in partnership with the University of Tartu (UT), University of Helsinki (UH) the University of Milan (UniMi) and Baltic Society of Extracellular Vesicles (BSEV). The COMBIVET and OH-Boost programmes are supported by European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No. 857418 COMBIVET and the European Union through Horizon coordination and support actions under grant agreement No. 101079349 OH-Boost respectively.
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    Multiblock analysis reveals key areas and risk factors for dairy cow losses : [presentation]
    (Estonian University of Life Sciences, 2023) Mõtus, Kerli; Viidu, Dagni-Alice; Rilanto, Triin; Niine, Tarmo; Orro, Toomas; Viltrop, Arvo; Bougeard, Stephanie
    Describe the relative contribution of the production areas (thematic blocks) to cow losses characterized by herd on farm mortality risk (MR), culling rates (CR) and mean age of culled cows (MAofCC). Also, the study aimed to identify within each block, the variables mostly contributing to the cow losses.
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    Proceedings of the first Combivet and Baltic Society of Extracellular Vesicles joint conference 2022 : 30th September & 1st of October, 2022
    (Estonian University of Life Sciences, 2022) Muhandiram, Subhashini (editor); Kodithuwakku, Suranga (editor); Godakumara, Kasun (editor); Fazeli, Alireza (editor)
    About COMBIVET & BALTIC SOCIETY OF EXTRACELLULAR VESCILES JOINT CONFERENCE 2022. The Combivet and Baltic Society of Extracellular Vesicles (BSEV) Joint Conference is organized by the COMBIVET ERA Chair of Comparative Medicine in the Institute of Veterinary Medicine and Animal Sciences of the Estonian University of Life Sciences and Baltic Society of Extracellular Vesicles. The program is supported by the European Union (Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No 857418).
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    Book of Abstracts XIX Baltic animal breeding conference, December 14-15, 2022, Tartu, Estonia
    (Estonian University of Life Sciences, 2022) Viinalass, Haldja (compiler); Arney, David (compiler); Tänavots, Alo (compiler); Institute of Veterinary Medicine and Animal Sciences
    Dear colleagues, On behalf of the Organizing Committee, I am pleased to invite you to attend the XIX Baltic Animal Breeding Conference that will be held in Tartu, Estonia, at the Estonian University of Life Sciences from December 14-15, 2022. The recent pandemic has shown us that our sector never stops, that animal production continues to produce food for us and that we are an essential part of society. In 2022 we will surely be under the economic and societal consequences of this pandemic and the changed situation in the world. This year’s Baltic Animal Breeding Conference is already the 19th. The Baltic Animal Breeding Conference, which has taken place over the years, will give us an opportunity to exchange information and new ideas, and will encourage the development of further fruitful collaboration and networking. The conference will present ideas of what animal husbandry researchers and lecturers in the Baltic countries are currently doing. The conference is planned in a traditional way: a plenary session in the morning and a species session in the afternoon on December 14th , followed by a technical tour on December 15 th . The programme will cover various areas of animal production and the topics will be filled with innovation and recent scientific results in animal production. As a community, we must make up for the lost opportunities for face-to-face networking. Happy listening, nice meetings and flying ideas! Prof Haldja Viinalass, Chair of Organizing Committee
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    Proceedings of the 13th Baltic Animal Breeding Conference : Pärnu, Estonia, 24-25 May 2007
    (Eesti Maaülikool, 2007)
    The annual Baltic Animal Breeding Conference starts its fifth round. Over the twelve years, the goal of this conference series has been to promote research on scientific aspects of breeding of different livestock breeds, conservation of genetic resources, and animal nutrition. In the farm animal sector increasing attention has been paid to quality and safety of animal production, competitiveness of farm animal production, animal and human health, and sustainability of farmed livestock. Throughout the years, good collaboration has been developed between the researchers from the Baltic and other countries. The research is international. There are some new financing opportunities designed to support a wide range of participants: from universities, through public authorities to small enterprises and researchers from various countries. We expect that the Seventh Research Framework Programme will broaden perspectives for further extensive collaboration and increase synergy between related research areas. We hope the 13th Baltic Animal Breeding Conference gives you an opportunity to exchange information and ideas and will facilitate further effective cooperation and mutual personal contacts. On behalf of the Organizing Committee, Prof. Haldja Viinalass
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    Konverents Veterinaarmeditsiin 2017 : abstraktid : Tartus, 27.-28. oktoober 2017
    (Eesti Loomaarstide Ühing, 2017)
    Konverentsi Veterinaarmeditsiin 2017, Tartus, 27.-28.oktoober 2017 kokkuvõtted
  • Kirje
    XIII International Congress in Animal Hygiene, June 17-21, 2007, Tartu, Estonia "Animal health, animal welfare and biosecurity" : proceedings. Volume 2
    (Estonian University of Life Sciences, 2007) Aland, Anders (editor)
    On behalf of both the Organising Committee and the Scientific Committee, I am pleased to welcome you in Tartu, Estonia, to participate at the XIII International Congress of the International Society for Animal Hygiene (ISAH). The ISAH (www.isah-soc.org) was founded in 1970 and has today members from 48 countries throughout the world. ISAH can be considered as a group of scientists contributing to efficient, sustainable animal farming with healthy animals, providing wholesome food in a sound environment. Veterinarians and non-veterinary academic scientists (animal science, agricultural economics, engineers, microbiologists, public health professionals, epidemiologists etc., etc) and respective professionals in animal husbandry, who work and/or do research and education in the field of animal hygiene, can apply for a membership of ISAH, and are most welcome to attend ISAH congresses. The first ISAH congress was held in Budapest in 1973. The last ISAH main congress took place in Warsaw, Poland in 2005 and the last in-between symposium in Saint-Malo, France in 2004. Starting from Warsaw congress in 2005, the ISAH, considering the need for a more flexible and frequent exchange of scientific and practical knowledge, organizes its congresses every second year. The present, XIII ISAH congress in Tartu, Estonia, in June 17–21, 2007 is organised under the device "Animal health, animal welfare and biosecurity”. The scientific programme, trying to follow the scope of the ISAH and receive the feedback from modern animal husbandry and food production, concentrates with more profoundness on the following subjects: interaction between the environment and health and welfare of individual animal and herds; managing animal health in large dairy units; ensuring animal welfare during transportation and slaughter; economical implications considering animals’ health; possibilities of precision livestock farming in maintaining good health and welfare of animals; measures for prevention the development and spread of diseases and pathogens in animals including those posing risk to human health (zoonoses); food safety relevant infections and contaminations such as residues in food derived from animals; influence of the animal production on the environment and public health. The Proceedings from the XIII ISAH Congress are herewith presented. The papers on lectures from invited speakers, oral and poster presentations from 11 parallel sessions are included in this excellent compilation. In general, the printed contribution to the ISAH-2007 congress illustrates clearly the broad scientific field of the ISAH and related to it activities. I hereby would like to express my most sincere gratitude in the address of ISAH-2007 organising and scientific committees. Special thanks go to Frens Conference Services for their excellent organizational and technical contribution and to AS Triip for their outstanding printing job of these proceedings. We also appreciate different companies and organisations for their considerable financial support which gave us the opportunity to keep the registration fees affordable. Finally, we thank all participants, contributors, chairpersons, organisational and technical assistants for your considerable efforts – you made the ISAH-2007 in Tartu real success. We wish you all interesting and pleasant congress and enjoyable stay in Tartu. A. Aland Editor Chairman of the ISAH-2007 Organising Committee
  • Kirje
    XIII International Congress in Animal Hygiene, June 17-21, 2007, Tartu, Estonia "Animal health, animal welfare and biosecurity" : proceedings. Volume 1
    (Estonian University of Life Sciences, 2007) Aland, Anders (editor)
    On behalf of both the Organising Committee and the Scientific Committee, I am pleased to welcome you in Tartu, Estonia, to participate at the XIII International Congress of the International Society for Animal Hygiene (ISAH). The ISAH (www.isah-soc.org) was founded in 1970 and has today members from 48 countries throughout the world. ISAH can be considered as a group of scientists contributing to efficient, sustainable animal farming with healthy animals, providing wholesome food in a sound environment. Veterinarians and non-veterinary academic scientists (animal science, agricultural economics, engineers, microbiologists, public health professionals, epidemiologists etc., etc) and respective professionals in animal husbandry, who work and/or do research and education in the field of animal hygiene, can apply for a membership of ISAH, and are most welcome to attend ISAH congresses. The first ISAH congress was held in Budapest in 1973. The last ISAH main congress took place in Warsaw, Poland in 2005 and the last in-between symposium in Saint-Malo, France in 2004. Starting from Warsaw congress in 2005, the ISAH, considering the need for a more flexible and frequent exchange of scientific and practical knowledge, organizes its congresses every second year. The present, XIII ISAH congress in Tartu, Estonia, in June 17–21, 2007 is organised under the device "Animal health, animal welfare and biosecurity”. The scientific programme, trying to follow the scope of the ISAH and receive the feedback from modern animal husbandry and food production, concentrates with more profoundness on the following subjects: interaction between the environment and health and welfare of individual animal and herds; managing animal health in large dairy units; ensuring animal welfare during transportation and slaughter; economical implications considering animals’ health; possibilities of precision livestock farming in maintaining good health and welfare of animals; measures for prevention the development and spread of diseases and pathogens in animals including those posing risk to human health (zoonoses); food safety relevant infections and contaminations such as residues in food derived from animals; influence of the animal production on the environment and public health. The Proceedings from the XIII ISAH Congress are herewith presented. The papers on lectures from invited speakers, oral and poster presentations from 11 parallel sessions are included in this excellent compilation. In general, the printed contribution to the ISAH-2007 congress illustrates clearly the broad scientific field of the ISAH and related to it activities. I hereby would like to express my most sincere gratitude in the address of ISAH-2007 organising and scientific committees. Special thanks go to Frens Conference Services for their excellent organizational and technical contribution and to AS Triip for their outstanding printing job of these proceedings. We also appreciate different companies and organisations for their considerable financial support which gave us the opportunity to keep the registration fees affordable. Finally, we thank all participants, contributors, chairpersons, organisational and technical assistants for your considerable efforts – you made the ISAH-2007 in Tartu real success. We wish you all interesting and pleasant congress and enjoyable stay in Tartu. A. Aland Editor Chairman of the ISAH-2007 Organising Committee