Here is an overview of some current projects:

  • Subclinical inflammation of the bovine genital tract – the fallopian tube as a link between disease and subfertility.
  • Detection of calf diarrhoea using acceleration sensors.
  • Development of the microbiome in the intestine of the newborn calf.
  • Detection of respiratory disease in calves using acceleration sensors.
  • Sensor-assisted monitoring of animal health and wellbeing in dairy herds.
  • Impact of an energy deficit on the bovine endometrium.
  • Examination of the importance of Bacillus pumilus  and Streptococcus uberis  in bovine uterine infections.
  • Sensor-assisted recognition of physiological and pathological conditions in dairy cows.
  • Analysis of possible factors of reduced insemination success in dairy cows.
  • Acceptance of digitalization in agriculture.

Ongoing and completed project 1s

 

Laufende und abgeschlossene Projekte  1

  

Head

Univ.-Prof. Dr.med.vet. Marc Drillich Dipl.ECBHM Dipl.ECAR
T +43 1 25077-5296
E-Mail to Marc Drillich


 

Secretary

Dipl.-Ing. Anna Grasser
T +43 1 25077-6491; +43 2672 82335-31
E-Mail to Anna Grasser


 

Isabell Reiter 
T +43 1 25077-2153; +43 2672 82322-29 
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Address

Unit for Herd Health Management at the University Clinic for Ruminants – Vetmeduni Vienna

Kremesberg 12
A-2563 Pottenstein