The team of our Institute expresses sincere condolences to the family and friends on the death of Doctor of Biological Sciences, Professor Malyk Ostap Hryhorovych


The loss of our colleague, Doctor of Biological Sciences, Professor Ostap Malyk, is deeply felt by the staff of our Institute.

Ostap Hryhorovych was an outstanding scientist, a wonderful colleague and a true friend. His contribution to the development of veterinary science will leave a significant mark on history, and his wisdom and kindness will remain in our hearts forever.

Ostap Hryhorovych’s students received from him not only profound knowledge, but also a desire for continuous development. They will continue his work and keep the memory of the outstanding scientist alive in their professional achievements.

At this difficult time, we share the pain of loss with Ostap Hryhorovych’s family and friends. May the memories of his life be bright and his soul find peace. May his memory be cherished.

Joint meeting of the sections of the State Pharmacological Commission of Veterinary Medicine on 26 June 2024

Today, the State Scientific-Research Control Institute of Veterinary Medicinal Products and Feed Additives hosted a joint meeting of the sections of the State Pharmacological Commission of Veterinary Medicine of Ukraine, attended by leading scientists in the field of veterinary pharmacy. As part of the meeting, a separate meeting of the Veterinary Medicines Section was held, where 39 veterinary medicines were reviewed and recommended for registration in Ukraine. Among them: 7 new registrations, 24 renewals and 8 amendments to registration documents.

The meeting was held in a mixed mode under the chairmanship of Oleh Osiyan, First Deputy Head of the State Service of Ukraine for Food Safety and Consumer Protection; Volodymyr Stybel, Director of the State Scientific-Research Control Institute of Veterinary Medicinfl Products and Feed Additives, Deputy Directors  Iryna Mazur; Yurii Kosenko; Dmytro Yanovych; Viktor Muzyka; Taras Levytskyi; Head of the Department for Licensing and State Control of Veterinary Medicines of the State Control Directorate of the Ministry of Food Safety and Veterinary Medicine Lyudmyla Lukianets; Ihor Kotsiumbas, Honorary Director of the Institute; Mykola Verkholiuk, Head of the Veterinary Medicines Agency; Oksana Brezvin, Scientific Secretary, and other representatives of scientific institutions took part in the meeting.

The meeting was also attended online by Ihor Lotskin, Director of the Department of Food Safety and Veterinary Medicine; Mykola Bilous, Deputy Director of the Department – Head of the Department of State Control and Accounting of Market Operators; Volodymyr Dukhnytskyi, Professor of the Department of Pharmacology and Parasitology and Tropical Veterinary Medicine of NUBIP, Dmytro Unguryan, Head of the Department of Animal Health and Welfare, and Olha Semenchuk, Head of the Department of Food Safety, scientists from the State Research Institute of Laboratory Diagnostics and Veterinary and Sanitary Expertise Halyna Alekseeva, Viacheslav Kovalenko; Institute of Biotechnology and Microbial Strains Olga Shevchenko, Anatolii Holovko and other participants from various regions, in particular Mykhailo Rublenko, Head of the Department of Surgery and Diseases of Small Animals at the BNAU, Yevhen Rudenko, Chief Researcher at the Institute of Beekeeping, Vasyl Stefanyk, Head of the Department of Obstetrics, Gynaecology and Biotechnology of Animal Reproduction at the Lviv National Veterinary University, and Ihor Yuskiv, Professor at the Department of Parasitology and Ichthyopathology at the same institution, etc.

In addition to the review of medicines, the meeting included constructive discussions on improving the circulation of veterinary medicines in the internal market and balanced government regulation. Participants discussed possible measures to strengthen the quality control and availability of veterinary medicines under military law, as well as to optimise their registration procedures.

This meeting was an important step in the development of veterinary medicine in Ukraine, helping to improve the quality and safety of medicines used to treat animals.



The National Reference Laboratory of Veterinary Drug Residues Control is conducting the next round of the Proficiency Testing of AMP-2024 “HONEY – ANTIMICROBIALS”. The aim of this round is to verify the qualifications of interested laboratories for the determination of residues of the nitrofuran metabolite AOZ in honey. Applications will be accepted until 16 August 2024.

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