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Laboratory of Veterinary Microbiology

Bacteriology: Selection of antimicrobial resistant zoonotic bacteria in animals can lead to transmission of these bacteria to people by the consumption of contaminated animal products or by direct animal contact. In our lab, we focus on the current status on the antimicrobial usage and resistance trends, as well as zoonotic resistant bacteria in animals and animal products in Korea.

Virology: Veterinary virology addresses topics from basic biology to preventive medicine. We study about epidemiology and genetic characterization of animal viruses. Furthermore, we are focusing on the development of advanced diagnostic methods, vaccines and control practices. The lecture includes basic knowledge of animal viruses, virus-cell interaction and pathogenesis in hosts.


Research Interests

  • Yong Ho Park
    • Immune system analysis by Flow cytometry
    • Staphylococcal superantigen and development of bovine mastitis vaccine
    • Antibiotic-resistant Bacterial Pathogens in food safety
  • Bong Kyun Park
    • Advanced molecular epidemiology of animal viruses
    • Porcine wasting disease-associated viruses (PRRSV, PCV2,PEDV, SIV etc.)
    • Development of advanced diagnostic methods and vaccines for animal viruses

Course Offered

College Level Graduated Level
- Veterinary Microbiology & Practice 1 (1st year)
- Veterinary Microbiology & Practice 2 (2nd year)
- Swine Viral Diseases and Production Systems
- Biology of Animal Viruses
- Veterinary Vaccinology
- Immunogenetical Approach to Pathogenic Microorganisms


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