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“Ion Ionescu de la Brad” University of Agricultural Sciences and Veterinary Medicine from Iaşi – Faculty of Veterinary Medicine, in collaboration with:
Academy of Agricultural and Forestry Sciences – Iaşi Branch
University Center for Veterinary Medical Research – Iasi
Association of Graduates of the Faculty of Veterinary Medicine Iasi
General Association of Veterinarians in Romania – Iaşi branch
organizes between October 22-23, 2020 the 59th Scientific Symposium “Towards a global health”.

Dear colleagues,

We are honored to invite you to the 59th Annual Scientific Symposium organized by the Faculty of Veterinary Medicine in Iasi, between October 22-23, 2020.

Your participation in this scientific event will contribute, equally, both to the consolidation of the collaboration relations between the educational, research or production institutions that you represent, and to the development of the research in the field.



Scientific Committee

Organizing Commitee


Event Agenda

full program

Thursday, October 22, 2020


Fundamental Sciences in Veterinary Medicine

PhD, Prof. HC Enciu Valeriu (Chisinau)
PhD, Assoc. Prof. Pavel Geta

Clinical and Therapeutic Sciences

PhD, Prof. Mario Darius Codreanu (Bucuresti)
PhD, Prof. Solcan Gheorghe

Public Health

PhD, Prof. Jovan Bojkovski (Serbia) (TBC)
PhD, Prof. Mares Mihai

Friday, October 23, 2020

Workshop: Current aspects about embryo-transfer in Romania

9:00 – 12:00
Location: USAMV Iași, 1-st Floor, Reproduction Laboratory

Section moderators:
– Assoc. Prof. Mihai Cenariu – U.S.A.M.V. Cluj-Napoca
– PhD, Lecturer Ștefan Ciornei -U.S.A.M.V. Iasi

– Presentations of Scientific Papers
– Embryo-Transfer situation in Romania

Organizers: Romanian Embryo-Transfer Association (A.R.E.T)

Moderators / founding members:
– PhD, Prof. Stela Zamfirescu – Ovidius –  University of Constanta
– Dr. George Florea Tobă – 1-st degree Researcher – Center for Agrosilvic Biodiversity Studies and Research, Bucharest
– Dr. Lucian Hârceagă – B.V.N. Targu Mures
– PhD, Prof. Dan Drugociu – U.S.A.M.V. Iasi

– General Assembly of the Romanian Embryo-Transfer Association (A.R.E.T)
– Others


Speakers of the Plenary Session


PhD, Șerban Moroșan (Sorbonne University, INSERM, Paris, France): Recognition and Assessment of Pain in Animals

Scientific Committee

  • PhD, Prof. Liviu MIRON – FVM Iași
  • PhD, Prof. Mihai MAREȘ – FVM Iași
  • PhD, Assoc. Prof. Sorin-Aurelian PAȘCA – FMV Iași
  • PhD, Lecturer Dragoş Constantin ANIŢĂ
  • PhD, Prof. Gheorghe SAVUȚA – FVM Iași
  • PhD, Prof. Gabriel PREDOI – FVM București
  • PhD, Prof. Nicodim FIȚ- FVM Cluj-Napoca
  • PhD, Prof. Viorel HERMAN – FVM Timișoara
  • PhD, Prof. Dorina CARTER – Univ. Liverpool (UK)
  • PhD, Prof. Sanda ANDREI – FMV Cluj-Napoca
  • PhD, Prof. Gheorghe SOLCAN – FVM Iași
  • PhD, Prof. Romeo-Teodor CRISTINA – FMV Timișoara
  • PhD, Prof. Vasile VULPE – FMV Iași
  • PhD, Assoc. Prof. Narcisa MEDERLE – FMV Timișoara
  • PhD, Assoc. Prof. Valentin NĂSTASĂ – FMV Iași

Organizing Committee

  • PhD, Prof. Mihai MAREŞ
  • PhD, Assoc. Prof. Sorin Aurelian PAŞCA
  • PhD, Lecturer Dragoş Constantin ANIŢĂ
  • PhD, Prof. Vasile VULPE
  • PhD, Assoc. Prof. Geta PAVEL
  • PhD, Assoc. Prof. Viorel FLORIŞTEAN
  • PhD, Lecturer  Mariana GRECU

Fees and Registration

Method of payment:

Please remit payment by Checks, Money Orders payable to Iasi Treasury – with the mention Scientific Symposium LIFE SCIENCES TODAY FOR TOMORROW 2020– Faculty of Veterinary Medicine.

IBAN code: 

RON: RO91TREZ40620F365000XXXX

EUR: RO31BRDE240SV 60462352400

Tax code: 4541840

The payment order will mention the name and surname of the person making the payment, the institution and the section in which he participates.

Upon request, participants may request, for a fee, scientific journals and / or excerpts from papers published in them.

If you intend to participate with two papers, please fill in one form for each. The abstract of the paper must be cursive, concise and concise; will begin with a clear statement of the purpose of the paper, will continue with a brief presentation of the working methods used, then the important results of the paper will be presented and will end with highlighting the important conclusions. No bibliographic sources will be included in the abstract. The abstract must contain between 1000 and 1500 characters (including spaces).