Institute of Veterinary Medicine
To be internationally recognized leading national Institute.
To lead the modern science and technology on food safety and public health nationally, by proving highest standard of professional excellence and ethics for the ultimate benefit of society.
- To enhance better animal and public health condition by developing and introducing new technology of diagnostics and counter measurements for infectious, non-infectious and parasitic disease.
- Manufacturing, developing and introducing the technology for prevention and treatment against animal disease.
- Laboratory service for Assay, accreditation of proficiency, consulting service, training service for human resource on veterinary medicine.
- To publicize research results, publication of research, introduction and distribution new product, new technology and new knowledge
- To contribute on increasing the disease-free status of highly contagious infectious diseases in Mongolia.
The Institute of Veterinary Medicine was established as a branch of Research Institute of Animal husbandry in 1961, and become and independent research Institute of Veterinary Medicine in 1987. Currently we have 88 employees, includes 8 professors, 3 associate professors, 7 scientific doctor, 35 PhDs and 22 senior level researchers. So far, in total 5 meritorious veterinarians of Mongolia, 2 meritorious scientist of Mongolia, 11 state prize laureates, 4 members of Mongolian Academy of Sciences, 1 member of Eurasian international academy of sciences, 4 members of academy of agricultural science, 9 owners of Scientific discoveries have been born from our institute. The Institute has scientific council, consisting of 24 members to develop research policy of the institute and research project conducted by research staff. As a leading veterinary scientific organization in Mongolia, the IVM is nationally recognized for its excellent activity’s developments of novel veterinary drugs and advanced technologies of diagnostics and preventive methods against various animal and zoonotic disease.