Veterinary Public Health Institute

Vergleichende Studie über Diagnosetests für Q-Fieber und Rifttalfieber bei Mensch und Tier im Tschad

Valerie Hungerbühler

Resident ECVPH

VPHI

Telefon
031 684 57 32
E-Mail
valerie.hungerbuehler@unibe.ch
Büro
Schwarzenburgstrasse 161, 3097 Liebefeld, Gebäude Agroscope U 163
Postadresse
Universität Bern, VPHI
Schwarzenburgstrasse 155
3097 Liebefeld

Laufende Projekte:

 

  • Risk assessment of introducing bovine tuberculosis through imports from regions or countries with a high incidence of bovine TB
  • National control of foot rot in sheep
  • Comparing serology of three zoonotic diseases in Chad

 

Forschungsinteressen:

- One Health Surveillance Systems in rural populations in low- and middle-income countries

- Humans and animals in refugee camps; veterinary basic support in refugee camps

- Traditional medicine and integration of traditional and biomedical health systems. Trust-relationships between healers and biomedical staff.

- Antimicrobial use / Antimicrobial resistance and ethical challenges

- Animal ethics / ethics in farm animal husbandry / veterinary ethics

Anstellung:

  • 09/2021 – heute     Resident ECVPH, Veterinary Public Health Institute, University of Bern
  • 08/2020 – 08/2021  Federal Food Safety and Veterinary Office, Liebefeld, Bern

Ausbildung:

  • 09/2021 – heute     Residency ECVPH, Veterinary Public Health Institute, University of Bern
  • 01/2020 – 08/2021  Dissertation, Equine Sports Medicine Unit, Veterinary Hospital of Zurich
  • 09/2016 – 07/2019  MA Veterinary Medicine, University of Zurich
  • 9/2013 – 07/2016    BA Veterinary Medicine, University of Zurich

           

-Dittmann, M. T., Arpagaus, S., Hungerbühler, V., Weishaupt, M. A., Latif, S. N. (2021): “Feel the Force”—Prevalence of Subjectively Assessed Saddle Fit Problems in Swiss Riding Horses and Their Association With Saddle Pressure Measurements and Back Pain. Journal of Equine Veterinary Science, 99, 103388 Link

-Dittmann, M. T., Latif, S. N., Hefti, R., Hartnack, S., Hungerbühler, V., Weishaupt, M. A. (2020): Husbandry, use, and orthopedic health of horses owned by competitive and leisure riders in Switzerland. Journal of Equine Veterinary Science, 91, 103107 Link