Alongside its education and professional clinical work, scientific research is also a fundamental activity of the Veterinary Faculty of the University of Zagreb. Our teaching work is based on the latest scientific achievements and our aim is to become the leading scientific institution in the field of veterinary medicine in the national and regional environment. In the past five years the Faculty has achieved visibility on the international academic stage, increased the number of its scientific publications in international journals, undertaken a significant number of projects financed from international funds, and improved the PhD study course. The scientific work of the Faculty is performed in the scientific realm of biomedicine and health, the field of veterinary medicine and four associated branches:
- basic and pre-clinical veterinary sciences
- veterinary clinical sciences
- veterinary public health and food safety
- animal production and biotechnology
The complete list of scientific and professional publications by employees of the Veterinary Faculty may be found on the following LINK
STUDENT SCIENTIFIC WORK
The University of Zagreb deems the scientific and artistic work of students to be an integral part of their education. The direct inclusion of students in scientific and artistic work comprises an extremely important and integral part of the study programme, whereby the students’ critical thinking and creativity are encouraged, along with the habits of independent education and acquisition of additional knowledge and research skills. By undertaking a project and writing a paper, students learn scientific or artistic approaches and methods as active participants, and in so doing learn to set hypotheses, collect and evaluate data, present the results and conclusions of their research, and think and conclude critically and in a scientific manner throughout their entire professional career. Therefore the University encourages all students to be included in scientific and artistic work in the academic community, and it is expected of the heads of scientific and artistic programmes and other teaching staff that they will enable interested students to be included in work on scientific and artistic projects within the University.