Department

LEADERS OF IVRD

Director: Nguyen Duc Tan

Tel: +84.913489014

Email: ductanpvty@yahoo.com

Deputy Director: Vu Khac Hung

Tel: +84.914624197

Email: vukhac68@hotmail.com

LABORATORIES

BACTERIOLOGY DEPARTMENT

Functions and tasks

Develop programs, projects, research plans and transfer techniques related to bacteriology, served for the development of livestock husbandry and aquaculture.

Conduct research and transfer techniques on:

Bacterial diseases in cattle, poultry and aquatic animals

Research and produce vaccines and bio-substances.

Transfer advanced techniques of disease control procedures.

Conduct programs and projects with Vietnamese and international organizations and individuals, and

Provide training courses for staff members, technicians and workers on veterinary microorganisms.

Produce prevention vaccines against bacterial diseases in livestock.

Scientific and technological research activities

Many of the highly qualified staff members of the Department were professionally trained in other countries such as Belgium, Italia, and Australia.  So far the Bacteriology Department has conducted a variety of research as follows:

Research and successful production of the divalent attenuated vaccine which simultaneously provides protection from the swine diseases of paratyphus and haemorrhagic septicaemia. This product has been distributed nationwide, and is highly appreciated by farmers.

Research on epidemiology and pathology of diseases caused by bacteria, such as: E. coli, Salmonella, Clostridium perpringens, Pasteurella haemolytica, Haemophilus somnus, Staphylococcus sp and Streptococcus sp., Leptospira.

The research results have been used by the Institute to produce  a variety of vaccines including an Edema vaccine, a Paratyphoid and Haemorrhagic Septicaemia vaccine for swine, an emulsion haemorrhagic septicaemia vaccine for cattle, an inactivated toxin vaccine against enteritis and a diarrhea disease caused by Clostridium perfringens type D.

 

VIROLOGY DEPARTMENT

Function and tasks

Research epidemic diseases caused by virus in cattle, poultry and aquatic animals;

Research and produce viral vaccines and bio-substances;

Transfer advanced techniques on disease control procedures;

Conduct programs and cooperation projects on viral diseases in cattle, poultry with domestic and international organizations and individuals;

Provide training courses on veterinary microorganisms for staff members, technicians and workers.

Scientific research activities

Being a specialized division  on virus and viral diseases in cattle and poultry, since the establishment, the Virology Department has attained remarkable research accomplishments as follows:

1. Research pertaining to the epidemiological characteristics of the disease, Bovine Malignant Catarrhal Fever, along with the development of a treatment and prevention programme in Central Vietnam.

Research that has identifed the role of Porcine parvovirus as an agent in reproductive disorders in pigs in Central Vietnam. This study also isolated types of virus and used for vaccine production.

Survey on the infection of porcine reproductive and respiratory syndrome (PRRS) virus in pigs in Central coastal provinces of Vietnam, using ELISA method.

Beside that, there are many research results on viral diseases in livestock have been publish in local and international journals

PARASITOLOGY DEPARTMENT

Function and tasks

Study animal parasitic diseases and parasitic zoonosesm.

Provide training veterinary courses for local people.

Scientific and technological study activities

Carry out studies on worm-fluke complex in pigs in the central provinces of Vietnam, such as, existent and developmental study on the larva stage of lungworms Metastrogylus (Metastrongylus) inside and outside carriers.

Conduct major projects at ministry level as:

Survey on Moniezia expansa infection in cow, goat and sheep in several South Central Coastal and Highland provinces, propose treatment and prevention.

Study the epidemiological characteristics of Gnathostoma worm disease in human and animals in Southern provinces, propose treatment and prevention.

Study the epidemiological characteristics of Protozoan disease caused by Histomonas in chickens in several southern provinces, propose treatment and prevention.

Besides that, the department has been researched on many parasitological diseases, zoonosis and the results have been publish in local and international journals

BIOTECHNOLOGY DEPARTMENT

Function and tasks

The Biotechnology Department was established in 2009 as a result of  the Decision of the MARD with the following functions:

Research and apply biotechnology in veterinary medicine, animal husbandry, aquaculture, and environment treatment.

Provide services, consultancy and technology transfer relating to biotechnology in production of biological products for animal husbandry, veterinary medicine, aquaculture and agricultural environment treatment.

Scientific research activities

Being a newly established Department, it has a number of highly qualified staff who have been conducting significant research as follows:

Research and make one kind of recombinant vaccine that can prevent two diseases on swine are edema and paratyphoid diseases.

Research to produce biological products used in sludge treatment, improvement of water quality in aquaculture and prevention diseases for aquatic animals from.

  DEPARTMENT OF ANIMAL DISEASE DIAGNOSIS

Functions and tasks

Diagnose animal diseases required by the DARD and the Veterinary Institute to meet the requirement of local operation in disease preventing.

Store, preserve the diagnosed samples for research purposes in IVRD.

Document the diagnostic results and make them as a solid basis for research planning in the Institute.

It has got ISO 17025 criterion and achieved following remarkable results:

Monitor post-vaccination and the prevalence of avian influenza in the plan of the Department of Veterinary and other diseases in the central coastal and highland provinces.

Conduct cooperative programs for disease control with local  farms in the area