Research with anatomical precision

Research projects, publications and innovations are always the result of impressive work at the institute, supported by first-class laboratory equipment.

This is how the future of veterinary anatomy looks like: inquisitive, ambitious, and like hard bone work that is worthwhile. Photo: Christian Hüller
For the KlauSens research project, the detailed pressure distribution at the bovine hoof is being determined at the Institute of Anatomy, Histology and Embryology to promote sustainable hoof health. Photo: Dr. Sarah Grund
Leipzig researchers are investigating the movement patterns of dogs. Here the Border Collie is currently on the treadmill of the FluoKin facility. Photo: Swen Reichhold

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