Animal husbandry supports the scientists at LIN in their research on learning and memory. Laboratory animals are an essential part of this. Our animal keepers take care of the well-being of the different animal species.Mice, rats, gerbils and macaques are kept at LIN. Each of these species has different needs. We want to meet these needs and offer the animals optimal husbandry conditions.
We want to provide information on animal experiments and make the background transparent. We have compiled further information on the subject of understanding animal experiments.
Judith Kaufhold studied veterinary medicine at the University of Veterinary Medicine in Hannover. Following her studies, the veterinarian completed her doctorate at the Institute for Animal Breeding and Hereditary Research.
From 2005 to 2014, she worked as a general veterinary surgeon and acquired the faculty of veterinary medicine for small animals and pets. Since 2015 Judith Kaufhold has been head of animal husbandry at LIN
Head Dr. Judith Kaufhold +49-391-6263- 94421 firstname.lastname@example.org Members Franziska Glowalla +49-391-6263- 98016 email@example.com Tanja Glowalla +49-391-6263- 98006 firstname.lastname@example.org Manuela Hartmann +49-391-6263- 98004 email@example.com Mandy Hillert +49-391-6263- 98014 firstname.lastname@example.org Peter Jähnigen +49-391-6263- 98013 peter.jähnigen@lin-magdeburg.de Maria Kuhne +49-391-6263- 98002 email@example.com Anne Morawa +49-391-6263- 98015 firstname.lastname@example.org Peggy Patella +49-391-6263- 98017 email@example.com Jonas Ritter +49-391-6263- 98018 firstname.lastname@example.org Claus Schulz +49-391-6263- 98003 email@example.com Birgit Wobser +49-391-6263- 98001 firstname.lastname@example.org
- Booklet DFG