European Society Of Veterinary Pathology

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European Society Of Veterinary Pathology

The European Society of Veterinary Pathology was established in 1951 as the Arbeitsgemeinschaft für Veterinary Pathology; it changed its name in 1968 to the Europäische Arbeitsgemeinschaft für Veterinary Pathology and once more in 1974 to become the Europäische Gesellschaft fuer Veterinary Pathology; since 1994 it's been called the European Society of Veterinary Pathology. The objectives of the European Society of Veterinary Pathology are to push the scientific work of veterinary surgeons and physicians active within the areas of functional and morphologic pathology of animals, as well as that of other interested natural scientists, by means of organizing scientific post-graduate training, conferences and conferences. Its objects conjointly include acting as a link between national societies and associations for veterinary pathology in Europe and to ensure the upkeep of common interests in veterinary pathology throughout the European sphere. From the very beginning the veterinary pathologists were closely tied with the “Deutsche Gesellschaft für Pathologies”, the society of the German speaking human pathologists. Our meetings always coincided with those of the human pathologists during the spring time. Moreover as participants from German speaking countries other colleagues, mainly from Italy, Spain and customs union, regularly took part in those meetings. ESVP can really develop into a pan-European institution only time can tell. a personal impression is that national societies are being well taken care of, whilst the European notion seems to be promoted in a less effective way. This has many reasons, not the least of that are rising prices of the conferences and the dramatic increase in “specialist” congresses. In preparation of this year’s 25th annual meeting of the ESVP, the Institute of Veterinary Pathology in Munich has decided to assemble this collection of topics from all the meetings between the years 1970 and 1995, a quantity of 25 years of Veterinary Pathology in Europe

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