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Announcement of upcoming new Special Issue of Animals, entitled "Splenic Pathologies in Companion Animals".


For this Special Issue, original research articles on any aspect regarding the spleen in companion animals are welcome, from infectious diseases, congenital anomalies, inflammatory diseases, and neoplastic processes to diagnosis and clinical and surgical treatments of the various entities, with a particular interest in novel techniques. Review articles are also welcome. Studies on novel splenic cell lines and on splenic cell-derived extracellular vesicles will be of particular interest.

The deadline for submission of manuscripts to the Special Issue is 30 November 2021

Janssen Pharmaceutica is looking for a motivated junior pathologist or pathologist in training, interested to join our department to participate to the BigPicture European Grant.

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ISCRIZIONI E ABSTRACT PER 74° CONVEGNO SISVET (23-26 giugno 2021)
Tutte le informazioni al link

EARLY REGISTRATION dal 5 marzo al 23 maggio 2021

LATE REGISTRATION dal 24 maggio al 18 giugno 2021

INVIO ABSTRACT dal 1° marzo al 4 aprile mediante piattaforma Easychair al link

Sono lieto di comunicarvi che il nostro Collega Prof. Gionata De Vico è stato eletto Direttore del Dipartimento di Biologia dell'Università degli Studi di Napoli Federico II.
La nomina del Prof. De Vico, sottolinea e rafforza il ruolo e la funzione della Patologia Veterinaria anche in altri ambiti delle scienze.
Congratulazioni a nome dell'AIPVet.

Enrico Bollo

Clinical Assistant Professor in Veterinary Anatomic Pathology at School of Veterinary Medicine & Science, University of Nottingham, UK

Location: Sutton Bonington Campus, East Midlands

Salary: £36914 to £49553 per annum, depending on skills and experience.

Salary progression beyond this scale is subject to performance.
Reference: MED418420X1 MED418420X

The University of Nottingham’s School of Veterinary Medicine and Science (SVMS) invites applications for a full-time Clinical Associate Professor in Veterinary Anatomic Pathology with a focus in Companion Animal Pathology. The successful applicant will play an important role in teaching and mentoring undergraduate and postgraduate students and providing clinical service to associate and private practitioners. They will also be expected to supervise undergraduate student research projects and will be encouraged to develop wider independent or collaborative research projects.

Candidates should possess a primary veterinary degree that can be registered with the Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons and a further appropriate qualification, ideally at Diploma level, in veterinary anatomic pathology.

Candidates in their final year of their residency and eligible to sit and working towards an appropriate qualification may be considered for this position.
Candidates should submit a CV which gives details of academic qualifications, including a career summary and a full list of publications and research grants. A statement of not more than 500 words on your long term clinical and teaching plans is also required.

Informal enquiries can be addressed to Michael Clark, email michael.clark2@nottingham.ac.uk
or Kerstin Baiker, email kerstin.baiker@nottingham.ac.uk.

Please note that applications sent directly to these email addresses will not be accepted.

Closing date: Friday, 16th of April 2021

Further details: https://www.nottingham.ac.uk/jobs/currentvacancies/ref/MED418420X1

For all successful international applicants, including EU/EEA applicants from January 2021, we offer an interest-free loan to help cover the cost of immigration-related expenses to the UK, including visas and the NHS surcharge.

For more information follow this link

The University of Nottingham is an equal opportunities employer and welcomes applications from all sections of the community.

Con rammarico comunico che è mancato il nostro stimato Collega prof. Alessandro Ciorba, fondatore dell’Associazione Italiana Patologi Veterinari, docente presso l’Università di Perugia. Nel corso della sua proficua carriera come brillante e stimato patologo autore di numerosi lavori scientifici, si è occupato di   OGM, BSE, oncologia comparata e progetti di formazione per Paesi in via di sviluppo, oltre che ricoprire numerosi incarichi ministeriali.
L’AIPVet si unisce al cordoglio dei parenti, colleghi e amici.
Prof. Enrico Bollo

La Vallonea - MYLAV - Laboratorio di Analisi Veterinarie
Medico Veterinario Settore ISTOPATOLOGIA


La Vallonea MYLAV Laboratorio leader nel settore della diagnostica di laboratorio Veterinaria, cerca figura da inserire nello staff presso la sede di Passirana di Rho (MI).
Si ricerca figura di Medico Veterinario con particolare propensione / interesse per l’Anatomia Patologica / Istopatologia, per inserimento nel settore. Il /la candidato/a dovrà occuparsi di tutte le fasi successive all’accettazione dei campioni fino all'invio del vetrino al patologo. Tali fasi includono la valutazione macroscopica e riduzione dei campioni istologici (trimming), inclusione, taglio ed esecuzione di colorazioni citochimiche, istochimiche, ed immunocitochimiche / immunoistochimiche. Si ricerca persona con spiccata attitudine a lavorare in team e desiderosa di collaborare e crescere nell'azienda.
Possibile graduale affidamento di mansioni di maggiore responsabilità e soddisfazione personale.
Contratto di lavoro: Tempo pieno, Tempo determinato,

per contatti: ugobonfanti@laboratoriolavallonea.it


Dear Colleague,

I would like to inform you about the opportunity to submit a paper to the Special : "Pathogenesis, Classification and Treatment of Inflammatory Myopathies in Humans and Animals" in Pathogens Journal.

If you are interest you can see the web site or the attached pdf.

Thank you for your attention.



Orlando Paciello

CORSO DI PERFEZIONAMENTO in GESTIONE IGIENICO-SANITARIA DEGLI APIARI A SALVAGUARDIA DELL'AMBIENTE E DELLA BIODIVERSITÀ

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Dear colleagues,

The journal Animals (ISSN 2076-2615; IF 2.323) recently set up a Special Issue entitled “Gut Health - Animal Health: An Indissoluble Binomial in Veterinary Nutrition and Medicine" (https://www.mdpi.com/journal/animals/special_issues/Gut_Health_Animal_Health).
I’m the Guest Editor of this issue.
In recent times, the term ‘gut health’ has become increasingly popular as a state of physical well-being in the absence of gastrointestinal complaints. There is clear evidence that the gastrointestinal tract function goes further than feed processing. In fact, the gut has an impact on general health by ensuring digestion and absorption of nutrients, minerals and fluids; by induction of mucosal and systemic tolerance; by defence of the host against biological and other pathogens; and by signalling from the periphery to the brain. For this reason, in veterinary medicine gut health can be considered a synonymous of animal health and can offer a new approach to preventive medicine. Gut health depends on the maintenance of a delicate balance between the host, the gut mucosal barrier/microbiota, the diet and the environment in which the animal lives.  
Original research papers and reviews that address different strategies (nutritional, environmental or clinical strategies) to improve and maintain the different components of gut health (e.g. intestinal morphology, microbiota, mucins, immune responses/cytokines expression) in food-producing, companion animals and animal models are welcome.
The submission deadline is 31 December 2021

If you want to know other details, please feel free to contact me.
Regards
The guest Editor
Maria Teresa Capucchio

Dear colleagues,

The open access journal Pathogens (ISSN 2076-0817, IF 3.018) is pleased
to announce that we have launched a new Special Issue entitled
"Oncolytic Mechanisms of Viruses: Effect on Tumor Cells and Role of the
Tumor Microenvironment." I am serving as Guest Editor for this issue.

Given the depth of your expertise in this field, I would like to
cordially invite you to contribute an article to the Special Issue. For
more information on the issue, please visit the Special Issue website at the link

Papers may be submitted from now until 30 October 2021 as papers will be
published on an ongoing basis. Submitted papers should not be under
consideration for publication elsewhere. We also encourage authors to
send a short abstract or tentative title to the Editorial Office in
advance (verity.wang@mdpi.com).

In the hope that this invitation receives your favorable consideration,
we look forward to our future collaboration.

Kind regards,

Guest Editor
Attilio Corradi


Seminario AIPVet GLTM del 03.10.20





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