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JAW Koos Coetzer

Professor Koos Coetzer is currently Professor and Head of the Department of Veterinary Tropical Diseases, Faculty of Veterinary Science at the University of Pretoria as well as a part-time Professor in Tropical Veterinary Medicine at Utrecht University, the Netherlands, supporting collaborative research and postgraduate training between the two faculties.

Some of Professor Coetzer’s honors include: Research Award of the South African Veterinary Association for outstanding research published in scientific journals (1982); Bill Venter Literary Award (1997); Gold Medal of the South African Veterinary Association in recognition for outstanding scientific achievements and promotion of veterinary science (1997); Malbrant-Feunten Award of the French Veterinary Academy (1998); International Award from the Faculty of Veterinary Science, Spain for the production of a video of high quality on Rift Valley fever (1998).

Professor Coetzer holds a B.VSc. (1973), B.VSc. Honours (1980) and a M.Med. Vet. (Path) degree from the University of Pretoria.

JAW Koos Coetzer

Department Head
Veterinary Tropical Diseases
University of Pretoria
Faculty of Veterinary Science
Private Bag X04
Onderstepoort, South Africa 0110

(Tel) 27-12-529 8269
(Fax) 27-12-529 8312

jcoetzer@op.up.ac.za
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