The liver has an essential role for the animals since it performs basic functions such as detoxification of the organism and synthesis of proteins, lipids, and carbohydrates. However, chicken liver can harbor various types of microorganisms that may affect human health.
In poultry, maintaining the liver in optimal conditions is imperative to obtain good productive results, because it is in charge of the synthesis of the necessary components to produce meat and eggs. It is also crucial to maintain the liver condition to ensure food safety.
The Vallbo Foundation following its goal to promote research and education in poultry science opens a fellowship for postgraduate students in Veterinary Science to carry out a project on microbiological isolation of the main bacteria causing liver diseases in poultry production.
Summary of the proposal:
The documents should be submitted by e-mail at: email@example.com
Amount of the grant
Vallbo Foundation will be in charge of the selection process. First selection stage will be carried out based on the applications received. Interviews with the applicants will be carried out for the final decision.
Call opening date:
1st May 2021
Call closing date:
31st July 2021
31st August 2021
Obligations of the grant holder
Dissemination of the project
Publications, oral or written communications, or any other form of dissemination related to the project needs to be communicated to Vallbo Foundation as soon as possible for approval. Once approved, a copy of the publication must be sent to the Foundation.
The publication of partial or total results will not be allowed without the authorization of the Foundation.
In addition, publications and communications must recognize and hereby state the grant received from the Foundation.
Interruption of the grant
Vallbo Foundation may interrupt the funding in advance, due to non-compliance or deviation from the plans, budgets or project objectives, as well as for not delivering the monthly/required reports and/or for serious disagreement related to the evolution of the project.