Szent István Egyetem of the Faculty of Veterinary Science in Budapest is one of the oldest veterinary schools in Europe and the only veterinary school in Hungary. The virology research group of the Department of Microbiology and Infectious Diseases will carry out the investigations. The research group has been investigating the genomic characters, pathogenesis, geographic distribution and diversity of several animal viruses (including zoonotic agents). The group is involved in VECTORIE (261466) and EDENext (261504).
Szent István Egyetem
02 March 2015
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