Below a selection of available projects at both universities are presented. Click on the title for more information about each project.
Further down are links to find additional projects.
The project focuses on comparative genetics in dogs and humans, with the aim to identify genetic alterations behind autoimmune hypothyroidism and Addison’s disease. The work is performed in close collaboration between veterinarians, geneticists, molecular biologists and human medical doctors.
The project aims to clarify the background for different types of breast tumours. Methods such as morphology analyses, immunocytochemistry and microarray techniques will be used to study both mammary tumours from dogs and cell lines.
The myostatin gene has been associated with racing performance in horses. This project investigates the role of mutations in the myostatin gene on the athletic performance of different horse breeds.
The aim of the development projects is to increase our knowledge about physical activity, energy metabolism and energy balance in children, youths and adults. This we will allow us to provide more individually adjusted recommendations about physical activity and diet.
Behavior profiles in laboratory animals will be obtained using the recently established model Multivariate concentric square field test. The results will contribute to improving experimental models in behaviour neuropharmacology research.
General information about degree projects is presented at the Disciplinary Domain of Science and Technology
Additional projects at SLU
Available projects are listed by the respective departments:
- Dept. of Clinical Sciences
- Dept. of Animal Nutrition and Management
- Dept. of Animal Environment and Health
- Dept. of Animal Breeding and Genetics
- Dept. of Biomedical Sciences and Veterinary Public Health