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researcher , science educator

Janos Vargha, Hungarian veterinary science educator, researcher, virology researcher. Achievements include research in campylobacter infections of domestic animals and humans (biochemical and serological identification, plasmids, DNA, fingerprint etc.), pasteurella haemolytica infections of ruminants (isolation, identification, prevention including vaccines), rhodococcus equi infections of foals (prevention and control.

Background

Vargha, Janos was born on June 3, 1941 in Györ, Hungary.

Education

Doctor of Veterinary Medicine, University Veterinary Science, Budapest, 1964. Doctor of Philosophy in Veterinary Bacteriology, University Veterinary Science, 1976.

Career

Research fellow, Veterinary Research Institute, 1964-1967; lecturer, U. Veterinary Science, Budapest, 1967-1985; professor veterinary microbiology, U. Veterinary Science, Budapest, since 1985.

Achievements

  • Achievements include research in campylobacter infections of domestic animals and humans (biochemical and serological identification, plasmids, DNA, fingerprint etc.), pasteurella haemolytica infections of ruminants (isolation, identification, prevention including vaccines), rhodococcus equi infections of foals (prevention and control.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Member editorial board Hungarian Veterinary Journal, Heta Vet Hungarica. Contributor articles to professional journals.

Membership

Member Hungarian Microbiol. Society, World Association Veterinary Microbiology.