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Obituary: Prof. Dr. med. vet. habil. Günther Michel It was with great sadness that we learned of the passing of our colleague and predecessor Professor Dr. Günther Michel, who passed away March 19, 2017. Günther Michel was born August 22, 1928 in Triebes, Thuringian Vogtland. He finished school after a short period in war captivity […]
The 9th YGVA Meeting in Brno, Czech Republic Ninth Meeting of the Young Generation of Veterinary Anatomists aims to educate and inspire, and all in fantastic setting of the centre of Europe and the heart of Brno. Open to any young researchers interested in the field of morphology, the meeting, aims to broaden knowledge of […]
Dear members of the European Association of Veterinary Anatomists (EAVA), dear colleagues, This is what I see, walking my dogs early in the morning. Whether or not this is the tallest Christmas tree in the world, is under debate. What really counts, is that it marks the last couple of weeks for Christmas, […]
James Cook University in Australia is currently recruiting for a Lecturer/Senior Lecturer in Veterinary or Comparative Anatomy. See our Open position section for further details.
Dear colleagues, Hereby you are invited to the General Assembly of the European Association of Veterinary Anatomists, which will take place during the XXXIth Congress of our association at the University of Veterinary Medicine in Vienna on Saturday, 30th of July 2016. The proposed agenda of the General Assembly is as follows below. Opening […]
The preliminary programme of the XXXIth EAVA conference held in Vienna Austria this July was just announced. Please note that the deadline for the late registration is until 22nd of July 2016. We look forward to see you in Vienna. For registration follow the link EAVA Conference EAVA 2016 Preliminary programme
We hope that you already highlighted the 27.–30. 07. 2016 in your calendar as we are looking forward to a very exciting and fruitful conference. Abstract submission and registration started on 13. 01. 2016. From now on we await your contributions facilitating an excellent scientific meeting.
The EAVA are pleased to announce an annual award enabling young researchers (35 years of age and under) to learn techniques from members throughout the world.
We would like to say thank you to Hanna Jackowiak and her team for a wunderful and perfect organized 8th YGVA meeting at the University of Life Sciences, Department of Histology and Embryology, Poznan, Poland.
Dear Colleagues, dear members of the EAVA, The year that is ending has been characterized, in recent months, by tragic events of terrorism which have affected not only the heart of Europe, but also other countries of the world. As recently as five years ago, Paris hosted our congress and it is particularly sad that many of us might not have the same serenity in visiting the capital of France with the thoughts for the several women and men cruelly killed.