University of Pretoria Logo
English |  Afrikaans |    
  
Hans Hoheisen Wildlife Research Station

News (Archive)

Research to enhance protection of livestock against Foot and Mouth Disease
LvS
Posted on 21 Jun 2011

During the official opening of the Hans Hoheisen Wildlife Research Station (HHWRS) in August 2010, Peace Parks Foundation (PPF) made available R1 million towards priority research concerning veterinary issues in trans-frontier conservation areas. With Foot and Mouth disease (FMD) making the headlines regularly throughout southern Africa, it was no surprise that this disease was chosen as the topic for the research project. Two students have recently been appointed to pursue these objectives through Master's degrees at University of Pretoria's (UP) Departments of Veterinary Tropical Diseases and Production Animal Studies.

[Read More]

Very Important Person visits Hans Hoheisen Wildlife Research Station
LvS
Posted on 07 Jun 2011

On 27 May 2011 Mrs Marion Lahan, widow of Mr Hans Hoheisen, visited the Hans Hoheisen Wildlife Research Station (HHWRS) to check recent progress at the Station and to deliver a beautiful, framed photograph of her life partner.

[Read More]

Hans Hoheisen Wildlife Research Station hosts international EpiSTIS meetings
LvS
Posted on 12 Apr 2011

During the week of 22 to 25 March 2011, Hans Hoheisen Wildlife Research Station (HHWRS), managed by the Faculty of Veterinary Science, hosted various international meetings of the EpiSTIS project in its recently upgraded auditorium and boardroom/library. These meetings included an Open Science Day, a training workshop as well as the Project's final review meeting.

[Read More]

 
«Back to the current news