Poultry disease control education for veterinarians, researchers, and livestock farmers
“Trainees can build their personal competencies and improve their practical skills through our customized education programs.”
We aspire to train poultry disease experts and build human resources infrastructure for the poultry industry by re-educating veterinarians and researchers, as well as existing industrial and farm personnel, forming an integrated system of R&D and education centered on industry, academia, and research.
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|Curriculum||Education Target||Period||Educational Goals and Content||Education Method|
|Basic Course for Fostering Poultry Professionals||Poultry Industry and Farm Workers||1 Night 2 Days||· Basic Training on Poultry Basics and Disease Control||30% Theory / 70% Practice|
|Basic Course for Veterinary and Research Positions||Veterinarians and Researchers||1 Night 2 Days||· Understanding Poultry Diseases and Basic Training on Disease Control||20% Theory / 80% Practice|
|Basic Course for Poultry Veterinarians||1 Night 2 Days||· Basic Training for Poultry Veterinarians||20% Theory / 80% Practice|
|Intensive Course for Poultry Veterinarians||2 weeks||· Specialized Training for Poultry Veterinarians||20% Theory / 80% Practice|
Fostering Animal Testing Experts and Specimen Analysis Experts
“We will continue to endeavor to fulfill our responsibilities and purpose as an animal testing institution that recognizes the dignity of life and animal welfare.”
As the use and significance of laboratory animals expands, public interest and demand for scientific and ethical use and handling of laboratory animals, as well as for ensuring the reliability of animal experiments, including sanctions against indiscriminate animal testing and voices against it, are growing and spreading globally.
Biod conforms with the Animal Protection Act and the Act on Experimental Animals, and it provides educational programs for "animal experimentation and specimen analysis experts" to prepare them to conduct animal studies ethically and scientifically.
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|Practitioners involved in sample analysis and monitoring||Once per quarter||Theory education||· Reporting legal infectious diseases and reporting systems|
|Laboratory diagnostic theory||· Waterborne food-borne diseases, respiratory and vector-borne viral infections, etc.|
|Hands-on training||· Sample collection, pathogen culture, serotyping, genetic analysis, etc.|