Please note, that minor changes are still possible!

THURSDAY, 28.07.2016

09:15-10:15, Oral Session *1*, Free topics – Lecture Hall B, Chair: G. Forstenpointner
O 45 - Gareth F. Bath*, Marcelle Meredith, Frederick Tomlinson
A historical outline of the development of livestock animal welfare in South Africa
O 46 - Ines Wolfram*, Gerhard Forstenpointner, Frans J. M. Smulders, Peter Paulsen
Meat and livestock supply in Vienna in the late 19th century: Animal welfare, food security and food safety
10:45-12:00, Oral Session *2*, History of early veterinary schools – Lecture Hall B, Chair: C. Degueurce
O 47 - Kit Heintzman
A cabinet of the ordinary – Domesticating veterinary medicine, 1766 - 1796
O 48 - Abigail Woods
From One Medicine to Two: A new perspective on the origins of veterinary medicine in England
13:30-14:30 & 14:45-15:30, Oral Session *3*, History of early veterinary schools – Lecture Hall B, Chair: A. Woods
O 50 - Stephan Häsler*, Sabine Betschart, Irene Jost
The first years of the Veterinary Medicine School in Berne/Switzerland
O 51 - Andreas Pospischil
The role of pathology in the early days of the veterinary school in Zurich
O 52 - Michel Pepin
Why Dr. McEachran should be considered one of the founders of modern veterinary medicine and the One Health
O 53 - Esther E. Carrigan* and Nancy G. Burford
Uncovering the history of early public veterinary schools in the United States: Challenges and lessons learned at Texas A&M University

15:30-17:00, Shared Programme EAVA & WAHVM 2016 - Banquet Hall

Keynote 1 - Christophe Degueurce
From Jean Héroard to Robert Barone, an overview on the history of veterinary anatomy in France

Keynote 2 - Jasmine Dum-Tragut
Meeting in the body of the horse: Knowledge transmission between Christian West and Muslim East

Keynote 3 - Gerhard Forstenpointner
On the orders of the empress! Considerations on the reasons for building a Vet school in Vienna

FRIDAY, 29.07.2016

09:00-10:00, Oral Session *4*, Free topics – Lecture Hall B, Chair: G. Forstenpointner
O 54 - A. S. Saber
Animal Feeding in ancient Egypt
O 55 - Özgül Küçükaslan, Nigar Yerlikaya*, Ali Yigit
Contributions of foreign scientists to livestock management and veterinary medicine in Turkey (1923 - 1933)
O 56 - Fred Sinowatz
Role of the Journal Impact Factor (IF) for the evaluation of veterinary research
10:15-12:00, Oral Session *5*, Free topics – Lecture Hall B, Chair: J. Schäffer
O 57 - Heather K. Moberly* and Sidney A. Ewing
Mining a print treasure trove: Creating a new biographical index from hidden print data
O 58 - Junya Yasuda
A roll of equine medicine based on Chinese traditions in Edo-period
O 60 - Lisa Rettl*, Claudia Kuretsidis-Haider and Johannes Laimighofer
The Veterinary School of Vienna during the “Third Reich”
13:30-14:45, Oral Session *6*, History of animal anatomy and free topic – Lecture Hall B, Chair: G. Weissengruber
O 61 - Karl Bruno
Practical training for modern practitioners: Nils Lagerlöf, India and early Swedish development aid at the Veterinary College
O 63 - R. Tamay Basagac Gul
Richter 'the Goatee' and his contribution to Turkish veterinary anatomy
O 64 - Alicia Sánchez Ortiz, Elena Rodríguez González de Canales, Joaquín Sánchez de Lollano Prieto*
Comparative study of the ceroplastic techniques in anatomical models of human and veterinary medicine in Spain (18th - 19th centuries)

SATURDAY, 30.07.2016

09:00-10:00 & 10:15-11:30, Oral Session *7*, Free topics – Lecture Hall B, Chair: J. Sánchez de Lollano
O 65 - Aytaç Ünsal
The book “The History Of  Veterinary Medicine” through the eyes of an anatomist                    
O 66 - Myung-Sun Chun*, Joon Kim and Yu-Jeong Sim
Eradication of virus or massacre? – Rabies control in Korea in the early 20th century
O 67 - Savas Volkan Genç* and Gizem Göltas
Food hygiene steps of the new Turkish Republic
O 69 - Vojislav Cvjetkovic*, Gerald E. Weissengruber and Gerhard Forstenpointner
Caponization in Austria and adjacent areas – a historical overview