Address: Room 104, 105, 309 Faculty of Animal Sciences, Vietnam National University of Agriculture, Trau Quy – Gia Lam – Hanoi

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Developmental History

Department of Animal Physiology and Behaviour is one of the first established departments ofFaculty of Animal Science, Vietnam National University of Agriculture (It was called department of livestock physiology in 1957). 

Members of the Department are responsible for background courses of the program and specialization for Animal husbandry and Veterinairy. Background courses provide BSc. and MSc. students for crucial knowledge of functions of different systems and organs in the body and from that prepare for further knowledge in their specialization (i.e., animal husbandry or veterinary). Moreover, to integrate with the world which shapes the developmental trend of livestock production toward modern, safe and sustanable direction, we have been developing and teaching new courses: Animal Behaviour and Welfare for BSc. students, Quality evaluation of animal products for MSc. students.

            The department has six members, in which five lecturers and one technician. Among the lecturers, there are two associated professors, two doctors and one PhD student. Being educated in high-quality domestic and international research organizations, department’s staffs are qualified of not only handling abovementioned courses but also participating multiple research projects to meet demands of the faculty and society

List of coursesprovided by the department (see details in the attached file)


The department of Animal Physiology and Behaviour comprises two offices and two laboratories. Currently, the laboratories have been renovated with modern equipements and machines for study and research purposes:

- TV connected microscope

- Machine to measure heart rate for livestock

- Machine to count sperm for livestock

- Other machines, equipements

Main research direction

1. Animal Physiology                          

2. Animal behaviour and welfare

3. Novel farming systems which ensure biosecurity and food safety

4. Environment and climate change in the relation to livestock farming

6. Applying by-products as feed

7. Applying some crossbreed methods to adapt for different climate conditions

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