GREEK VET RECEIVES AWARD IN AUSTRALIA [Macedonian Press Agency]

  • Panos LoukopoulosUniversity of Queensland

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[15] GREEK VET RECEIVES AWARD IN AUSTRALIA

Queensland, 24 August 2000 (21:55 UTC+2)

Researcher of bone cancer in dogs, Panayiotis Loukopoulos, a Greek member of the Pathology-Anatomy veterinary science department in Queensland, Australia, has received two awards for his recent research projects.

The Greek scientist received the awards from the International Conference of Veterinary Science for Small Animals, which took place in Amsterdam. Over 3,000 representatives from all over the world were present at the conference, where Mr Loukopoulos won the only two awards.

The awards were for the best young researcher of bone tumours in dogs and for the best team research in the development of the most effective diagnosis methods in this field.

Research carried out by the Greek scientist could be used in future studies of the same illness in humans, according to recent statements.

Period23 Aug 2000

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  • TitleGREEK VET RECEIVES AWARD IN AUSTRALIA [Macedonian Press Agency]
    Degree of recognitionInternational
    Media name/outletMacedonian Press Agency
    Media typeWeb
    CountryGreece
    Date23/08/00
    Description[15] GREEK VET RECEIVES AWARD IN AUSTRALIA
    Queensland, 24 August 2000 (21:55 UTC+2)

    Researcher of bone cancer in dogs, Panayiotis Loukopoulos, a Greek member of the Pathology-Anatomy veterinary science department in Queensland, Australia, has received two awards for his recent research projects.

    The Greek scientist received the awards from the International Conference of Veterinary Science for Small Animals, which took place in Amsterdam. Over 3,000 representatives from all over the world were present at the conference, where Mr Loukopoulos won the only two awards.

    The awards were for the best young researcher of bone tumours in dogs and for the best team research in the development of the most effective diagnosis methods in this field.

    Research carried out by the Greek scientist could be used in future studies of the same illness in humans, according to recent statements.
    Producer/AuthorMacedonian Press Agency
    URLwww.mpa.gr/
    PersonsPanos Loukopoulos

Keywords

  • comparative oncology
  • veterinary pathology