MAN-IMAL 2016 Annual Symposium

On 16th March 2016, the MAN-IMAL programme will welcome for the third consecutive year representatives from the WHO, the OIE and the FAO, for an afternoon of cross-disciplinary conferenc...

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Internships within MAN-IMAL

Highlight of the academic year, the internship of the Master’s Degree « From Animal to Man: Analysing and Managing Health and Food Risks » is an essential part of the student learni...

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Apply for the 2nd-year Master’s for the 2016-2017 academic year

For the 4th year, applications for the Master’s Degree “From Animal to Man: Analysing and Managing Heath and Food Risks” are now open. If you are studying...

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MAN-IMAL Conference-26th January 2016: Organic Farming: Risks and Benefits

On 26th January 2016, the MAN-IMAL Programme will organise a one-day conference and a round table on “Organic Farming: Risks and Benefits”.This event is intended for students and professors and will be held at the Health Research Institute of the University...

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PluriPASS: Start your health training with MAN-IMAL

Pluripass, a shared cross-disciplinary training for Health studies, prepares students to several Bachelor’s degrees at Angers and Maine Universities and provides as well opportunities to turn ...

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October 2015: Beginning of the autumn term

From Chile to New-Zealand via Pakistan and Spain, students of the Master's Degree "From Animal to Man: Analysing and managing health and food Risks" is full of promises in terms of cul...

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The impact of antibiotics on animal and human health

For the third consecutive year, cross-disciplinary teachings on the use of antibiotics and their consequences for both Human and Animal health were organized at the end of October. The cro...

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The Man-imal programme adds project management to scientific studies

Each year, the Man-imal Master’s students aiming for the Master’s degree “From Animal to Man: Analysing and managing health and food risks” work on a tutored project. This project is a pr...

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Tutored Projects: learning to work as a team

Students from the MAN-IMAL Master’s Degree entitled “From Animal to Man: Analysing and Managing Health and Food Risks” work each year on a tutored project, a pedagogical ...

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