Attività didattica Internazionale

The Veterinary International Leadership Program was designed to provide an international educational opportunity for a select group of veterinary students attending the University of Padova, Texas A&M University and Tufts Boston University. During the four year program, participants will develop a better understanding of the cultural differences between North America and Europe in the education of veterinary students, the practice of veterinary medicine, pet ownership, animal production, marketing of veterinary products, and food safety. Participants were selected based on their expressed interest in advancing the globalization of veterinary medicine and their past leadership experiences. Participants will benefit through instruction in physiology, pathology, food safety, and clinical skills.

 

The workshops were scheduled as follow:

     Summer 2011 – 6 weeks workshop on Physiology at Texas College Station

     Summer 2012 – 6 weeks workshop on General Pathology in Padova

     Summer 2013 – 4 weeks workshop on Public Health and Food Safety in Padova

     Summer 2014* – 5 weeks of clinical rotations at Texas A&M and Tuft Universities

 

* In July 2014 this program will terminate; the Enrolled Students will follow a Clinical rotations program in the two prestigious American Medicine Veterinary Faculties. Prof. Patruno, one of the responsible of this project, has been invited to organise a couple of research seminaries with the American Colleagues, in both Universities.

The Veterinary International Leadership Program was designed to provide an international educational opportunity for a select group of veterinary students attending the University of Padova, Texas A&M University and Tufts Boston University.

Thanks to the grant obtained from the University of Padova (Promozione della Mobilità ed Internazionalizzazione 2013), from BCA and MAPS Departments, we are able to carry on the initiative with the American students from the Texas A&M University, which started years ago with the project described above (VILP program).

Responsible: Prof. M.Patruno and Prof. S.Romagnoli.

The current program is split in two years for Italian and American selected students; a Workshop is arranged in Italy while the Clinical Training will be organised in Texas as follow:

Summer 2014: Workshop in Food Safety and Public Health (it’ll start the 23rd of June 2014 at Legnaro, Agripolis Campus); the program may be downloaded below.

Summer 2015: Clinical Rotations (Texas A&M University, July 2015); the program is under revision. Photos are from the Workshop held in Legnaro in Summer 2013 as a part of the former four-year VILP Program.

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Thanks to the grant obtained from the University of Padova (Promozione della Mobilità ed Internazionalizzazione 2013), from BCA and MAPS Departments, we are able to carry on the initiative with the American students from the Texas A&M University, which started years ago with the project described above (VILP program).

In the 2014 the Department of Comparative Biomedicine and Food Science – BCA and the Department of Animal Medicina, Production and Health - MAPS have established the project “International Mobility of Veterinary Students – iMOVES”.The current project inherits a baggage of collaboration from the previous “Progetto Texas”, which paved the way, from 2007, to this educational path.

The iMOVES provides an exchange of veterinary students attending the University of Padova, Texas A&M University and Tufts Boston University.The project is based on the exchange of expertise  not only from the professors of our Ateneo but it has also an important contribution from foreign personalities from famous institutions as University of Vienna, EFSA and European Commission.

The current program is split in two years for Italian and American selected students; a Workshop is arranged in Italy while the Clinical Rotation will be organized in Texas as follow:

Summer 2016: Workshop in Food Safety and Public Health (June/July 2016);

Summer 2017: Clinical Rotations (Texas A&M University, July 2017).

Thanks to the grant of the University of Padua and the co-financing of the Departments of BCA and MAPS, we are able to carry on the project of exchange IT - USA for Veterinary Medicine students.

Responsable: Prof. Marco PatrunoProf. Stefano Romagnoli