June 21: Mohammad Alkhamis at Hueston Speaker Series

CAHFS is proud to announce the next event in the Dr. Will Hueston Speaker Series:

Mohammad Alkhamis, DVM, PhD
Assistant professor, Kuwait University
Adjunct professor, University of Minnesota College of Veterinary Medicine

“The global origin, epidemic spread and host transmission of bluetongue virus”

Friday, June 21, 2019, 12:00-1:00 PM
280 Veterinary Diagnostic Lab
St. Paul Campus, University of Minnesota

Download a flyer for this event (PDF).

Portrait of Mohammad Alkhamis

Dr. Mohammad Alkhamis is a veterinary epidemiologist, an Assistant Professor of epidemiology and biostatistics at the Faculty of Public Health at Kuwait University. His current activities involve development and teaching of courses in the area of epidemiology and statistics for the Faculty of Public Health. His current research activities are focused on the following areas: evolutionary epidemiology of infectious diseases using Bayesian phylodynamic methods, spatial epidemiology and disease mapping methods, and applications of novel quantitative methods in surveillance of infectious diseases.

As a U of M sponsored event this seminar may be used for CE credit per Minnesota Board of Veterinary Medicine guidelines.

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