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Veranstaltungsort: Campus of the faculty of Veterinary Medicine, An den Tierkliniken 5, 04103 Leipzig; meeting point: in front of the mensa (Herbert-Gürtler Haus)

Guided campus tour of the veterinary medicine including the anatomical teaching collection and horseshoeing school by PD Dr. Jenny Hagen.

  • Due to the measures related to the coronavirus (SARS-CoV-2), there is still a risk that the event may not happen as planned. Therefore, please make sure to register, so that we can inform you easily by e-mail about any changes.


The Veterinary Medicine campus is a historical place. Back in 1923 the 'Royal Veterinary College of Dresden' moved to Leipzig. Thus, veterinary medicine became the fifth faculty at the Leipzig University. The Institute of Veterinary Anatomy was established as an independent institute in Leipzig in 1923. The veterinary anatomical teaching collection currently comprises about 550 macroscopic-anatomical as well as embryological specimens, which are used as teaching material in veterinary education.

A second historical institution is the horseshoeing school of the Clinic for Horses of the Faculty of Veterinary Medicine. Since 1952, over 600 farriers have been trained here.

The tour includes a tour of the campus with a visit to both facilities presented.

Please register in advance!

Registration

Contributor:

PD Dr. Jenny Hagen is a veterinarian, state-certified farrier, private lecturer and after many years of research work guest scientist at Leipzig University. In the following an excerpt of her Curriculum Vitae:

  • 2/2018 – 1/2020: Researcher at the Veterinary Anatomical Institute and at the Farriery School, Clinic for Horses, Faculty of Veterinary Medicine, University of Leipzig (equal shares)
  • 9/2019 Specialist in Veterinary Chiropractic (IAVC)
  • 4/2009 – 2/2018: Establishment and management of the research  group "Biomechanics and Orthopaedics of the Horse”
  • 11/2018: Doctor habilitatus (Dr. habil. vet. med.) and private lecturer at the Faculty of Veterinary Medicine, Leipzig University
  • 08/2018: state certified farrier
  • 01/2018: Veterinary specialist for anatomy, histology and embryology
  • 01/2011: Doctor of Veterinary Medicine (Dr. med.vet.)
  • 10/2003 – 2/2009: Studies of Veterinary Medicine

And after the tour?

If the circumstances allow there will be an optional BBQ – directly on sight - to network and connect with Postdocs from Leipzig across disciplines, research institutions and nations. Detailed information follow for registered attendees and depending on the safety restrictions regarding the corona situation. So again, please make sure to register!

Anything else?

The postdoc club is a low-level offer from postdocs for postdocs and free of charge. Drinks and Food during the networking part are at one’s own expense. Due to the international character of the event, the preferred language of the Postdoc Club is English.

Nicole Koburger