Completed Master's Theses at the Messerli Research Institute

 

Christina Pranger, MSc

 [Link 1]

Topic of the Master's Thesis:

Effects of acute stress on the reliability of skin prick testing and mediator release: clinical study in healthy and allergic volunteers using the Trier social stress test

 

Doris Köbrunner, MSc.

 [Link 2]

Topic of the Master's Thesis:

Husbandry and welfare of pet ferrets (Mustela putorius furo) and owners' attitudes: a questionnaire survey

 

Dr. med.vet. Irene Zimpernik

 [Link 3]

Topic of the Master's Thesis:

Morphological investigations on prehistoric and historic pig remains from Austrian archaelogical sites

 

Eleonore Haußner, MSc

 [Link 4]

Topic of the Master's Thesis:

Apples and oranges: achieving comparability between non-invasive strain and the needle criterion in animal experimental procedures of Directive 2010/63/EU

 

Katrina Rosenberger, MSc

 [Link 5]

Topic of the Master's Thesis:

The effect of milk allowance on solid feed intake, growth and behaviour of Holstein dairy calves.

 

Judit Berczik, MSc

 [Link 6]

Topic of the Master's Thesis:

Long-term consistency in the behavior of pet dogs: Test-retest reliability of a personality test battery.

 

Mag. Patricia Käfer, MSc

 [Link 7]

Topic of the Master's Thesis:

Talking about animal on its own terms: A critique of languages as a defining momentum in understanding animal' states.

 

 

 

Lisinka Summer, MSc

 [Link 8]

Topic of the Master's Thesis:

Do domestic dogs show visual preferences for particular species and breeds in a free choice test? A touchscreen study. 

 

Annika Huber, MSc

 [Link 9]

Topic of the Master's Thesis:

Empathic-like responding in dogs (Canis familiaris) to emotional sounds of humans and
conspecifics

 

Bettina Schreiner, MSc

 [Link 10]

Topic of the Master's Thesis:

Demethylation of equine sperm DNA during cryopreservation

 

Dr. Irene Fürdös, MSc

 [Link 11]

Topic of the Master's Thesis:

Clinical Studies in Veterinary Oncology at the Borderline between Preclinics and Clinical Trials: Critical Evaluation of Challenges and Opportunities

 

Madelaine Leitsberger, MSc

 [Link 12]

Topic of the Master's Thesis:

Objectification and anthropomorphism:
How advertisement contributes to instrumentalisation

 

Dóra Szabó, MSc

 [Link 13]

Topic of the Master's Thesis:

Testing the Generativity Theory in Kea (Nestor notabilis)

 

Mag. Cornelia Belik, MSc

 [Link 14]

Topic of the Master's Thesis:

On the human side of animal experiments. Preliminary research into a novel topic in the field of human-animal relationships

 

Martina Muhr, MSc

 [Link 15]

Topic of the Master's Thesis:

Generation and characterization of a recombinant, soluble form of feline FcεRIα for chip diagnosis of cat allergy

  

Office hours for students

Jennifer Bentlage, MSc.

Phone: +43 1 25077-2681

Email: jennifer.bentlage@vetmeduni.ac.at