RESEARCH CENTRE FOR RUMINANT DISEASE | FACULTY OF VETERINARY MEDICINE
OPERATION HOURS FOR THE REGISTRATION SERVICES UNIVERSITY VETERINARY HOSPITAL EID AL-FITR 2020
Kindly be informed that the Operation Hours for the registration services
of Outpatient Treatment to Small Animal and Large Animal, Avian & Exotics
will be closed on May 22, 2020 until May 27, 2020
for the celebrate EID Al-Fitr 2020 and
will operate as usual on 28 May 2020
Research Centre for Ruminant Diseases (RCRD), previously known as Centre of Excellent for Ruminant was established in 2008. RCRD coordinates and focuses the strength of the Faculty of Veterinary Medicine in ruminant disease and medicine towards research on selected and important ruminant diseases.
With the current expertise, facilities and collaborative partners worldwide, the Research Centre for Ruminant Diseases provides a conducive research environment for researchers to collaborate in research and provide training for young researchers and farmers. Currently, RCRD is active in 5 research programs involving 5 principle and 5 associate researchers, and a research officer.
The goals of RCRD are to enhance knowledge on important ruminant diseases via integrated and inter-disciplinary research activities and to disseminate the research output and knowledge both locally and internationally via scientific publication and training.
To become a leading regional research centre on ruminant diseases through integrated and inter-disciplinary research.
To perform integrated and comprehensive research, which include fundamental and strategic researches on selected ruminant diseases
To disseminate research results and outcomes both at national and international levels through scientific publications
To enhance the awareness on ruminant diseases and control methods via advisory, consultation and training activities
To offer scientific environment on ruminant research for collaborative research and training
The current research programs include:
Pasteurellosis of ruminants
Pasteurellosis of goats and sheep
Haemorrhagic septicaemia of cattle and buffaloes
Brucellosis of large and small ruminants
Caseous lymphadenitis of goats
Herd health and disease control
Herd health protocols including feed and feeding, and breeding of meat goats and buffaloes