Veterinary Public Health Residency Rounds will feature group-generated discussion about the 2019 novel coronavirus outbreak.
Dr. Michael Ward, Chair of Veterinary Public Health and Food Safety and faculty of Veterinary Science at The University of Sydney, will speak at the next Hueston Speaker Series Friday, October 11, with the talk "Addressing the challenge of transboundary rabies spread: from DNA to disease models."
Come learn more about chronic wasting disease, the research being done to help combat its spread, and what you can do to help. Join CAHFS at the Bell Museum on Saturday, September 14 for a special Spotlight Science event!
Dr. Galaxia Cortés-Hinojosa will join CAHFS for the next event in the Hueston Speaker Series on Thursday, August 22, with a talk on “Viruses in Wildlife: from evolution to ecology."
Dr. Mohammad Alkhamis will join CAHFS for the next event in the Hueston Speaker Series on Tuesday July 21 with a talk on “The global origin, epidemic spread and host transmission of bluetongue virus”.
Dr. Petra Muellner, Director of Epi-interactive (New Zealand) and Dr. Fedor Korennoy, Research Scientist at the Federal Center for Animal Health (Russia), will speak at the next Hueston Speaker Series on Wednesday, May 29, 2019.
Dr. Andrew Maccabe, CEO of the Association of American Veterinary Medical Colleges will speak at the next Hueston Speaker Series Friday, May 3, with the talk "The Future of Veterinary Medical Education."
Dr. Kim Dodd will speak at the next Hueston Speaker Series February 28, with the talk "Developing expertise to support the current and expanding mission of the Foreign Animal Disease Diagnostic Laboratory: the NBAF Scientist Training Program."
Veterinary Public Health Residency Rounds will welcome a guest speaker on November 16th. Find more information below.
José Manuel Sánchez Vizcaíno will join CAHFS for the next event in the Hueston Speaker Series on Wednesday, October 17 with a talk titled "African Swine Fever is the current threat of the world swine industry. Is it possible to control the spread of this disease?"