A European network of wildlife professionals capable of providing reliable data on species distribution and abundance of selected host species and their pathogens, now focusing on wild boar populations.
The deadline for attending the upcoming Satellite Symposium "Geographical coordination of wildlife health surveillance" in Amsterdam, the Netherlands has expired. We can present you more information about the four interesting and varied keynote speakers. Please have a look...
We are happy to announce that four interesting and varied keynote speakers representing their fields of expertise at the upcoming Satellite Symposium "Geographical coordination of wildlife health surveillance" in Amsterdam, the Netherlands.
Dr. Gervelmeyer and Dr. Karesh will participate at the APHAEA Final Consultation Workshop.
One part of the APHAEA project consists in testing the proposed harmonized protocols and demonstrating the advantages of harmonization.
A subtask of the work package 3 (WP3) has finalised and the questionnaires are not available
The next EWDA Conference will be held in Edinburgh, the capital city of Scotland. It will be hosted by The University of Edinburgh, with the host organising committee led by Professor Anna Meredith of the Royal (Dick) School of Veterinary Studies. The host committee also includes Professor Michael Hutchings, Head of Disease Systems at SRUC (Scotland's Rural College) and Dr Elizabeth Mullineaux MRCVS.