Investigación y Ensayos

Inspirados por la ciencia y las prioridas de la industria

Primero la ciencia: ese es el principio de guía de nuestro grupo de Servicios de Veterinaria. Una de nuestras más grandes prioridades es el demostrar evidencia científica fuerte para respaldar el uso de VAXXITEK® HVT + IBD y otros productos aviares de Merial. Creemos que cada decisión relacionada con la salud aviar que hacen nuestros clientes debe estar respaldada por información fiable y una comprensión completa de su implicación en el mundo real incluyendo asuntos como:

  • Eficacia de la vacuna y protección clínica contra varias cepas de la enfermedad
  • Asuntos de seguridad e inmunología
  • Estrategias para el diseño de los programas de vacunación
  • Efectos en las mediciones del rendimiento y parámetros económicos
  • Asuntos relacionados con negocios específicos: broilers, ponedoras, reproductoras
  • Herramientas y técnicas diagnósticas

Un enfoque de amplio espectropara la investigación

En el laboratorio y en el campo, los veterinarios experimentados de nuestro equipo trabajan de manera independiente y con colaboradores externos para diseñar y conducir varios tipos de investigaciones:

  • Estudios clínicos con protocolos bien definidos
  • Estudios de desafío del virus utilizando cepas locales específicas
  • Ensayos de campo comparativos de diferentes tipos y tamaños de negocios, especialmente en las mediciones del rendimiento
  • Revisiones sistemáticas, seguimientos de información de las monitorizaciones y otros análisis retrospectivos

De manera colectiva, nos enfocamos en una representación diversa a través de regiones y tipos de negocios, para producir información útil y relevante para nuestros clientes.

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Activo en comunidades científicas y de la industria

El grupo de Servicios Veterinarios también está muy involucrado en la comunidad científica más amplia, publicando regularmente nuestra propia investigación y revisando el trabajo de otros. Nuestros expertos viajan por el mundo para estar en contacto con colegas en eventos de la industria tales como el Congreso Mundial de Veterinaria Aviar, reuniones regionales y el Foro Aviar anual de Merial.

Vemos a nuestros miembros del equipo como embajadores de la ciencia, llevando el conocimiento y la evidencia de estas comunidades a las instalaciones de nuestros clientes en todo el mundo, y llevando el desarrollo Merial de nuevas generaciones de soluciones para la salud aviar.

Compilación e interpretación de la información y la evidencia para ayudar a las empresas aviares a tomar decisiones de vacunación más informadas…

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