Microbiology in the heart of cross-disciplinarity

A team of several professors of the MAN-IMAL programme (Matthieu Éveillard, Nathalie Ruvoen, Didier Lepelletier, Sébastien Couvreur, Michel Krempf and Catherine Magras, supported by Stéphanie Fradet, pedagogical engineer)...

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First pedagogical seminar - Oniris

The MAN-IMAL team was one of the pillars actively participating in the organisation of the first pedagogical seminar at Oniris, held on 14th March 2016. The seminar gathered altogether...

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Feedback on the 2016 MAN-IMAL Symposium

On March 16th, 2016, the MAN-IMAL programme held its annual symposium “One Health through international health crises”, illustrated by three points of view on management of Globa...

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Use of the ESA Hi-tech classroom as part of the LADMEC module

LAMDEC is an optional European training module financed by Erasmus+ and aimed for students specialised in Animal Productions and/or Dairy Productions from 3 associated...

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The dairy cattle breeding: a discovery for Biology/Human Health students

In order to comprehend the different practices in livestock farming,the “Productions Systems” Teaching Unit planseach year several farm visits for students of the Master’s : From ...

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Feedback on the “Organic Farming: Risks and Benefits” conference

The MAN-IMAL programme organised a conference on “Organic Farming: Risks and Benefits” on 26th January 2016. It was held at the Health Research Institute of the University of Nantes. T...

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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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