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Committee for global animal disease, CGD

The Committee for Global Animal Diseases promotes and enhances research and training activities on contagious diseases of global importance in food producing animals.


There are 42 pages tagged with Committee for Global Animal Diseases (CGD):

Activities

CGD arranges seminars, workshops, postgraduate courses and other training activities. Upcoming activities For information on upcoming activities, go to the CGD calendar. Previous Activities See list

Seminar African swine fever

The Eustace Montgomery seminar, honouring the first hundred years of ASF-research and exploring the hurdles for control of African swine fever in smallholder farming settings agnes.bondesson@slu.se

Small ruminants, smallholders, global food security and emerging zoonoses

Small ruminants, smallholders, global food security and emerging zoonoses malin.planting@slu.se Welcome to a seminar about small ruminants, smallholders, global food security and emerging zoonoses.

Promoting medically, rational and responsible use of antimicrobials

A recently published policy-brief emphasise the importance of restrictive use of antibiotics and the global issues concerning anti-microbial resistance. The brief is intended for policymakers among

Network meeting

Internal network meeting: Doing research differently – how to maximise the usefulness and use of research for policy and practice Are you interested in collaborating across disciplines to improve

Doctoral theses

There are several theses published at SLU relevant for CGD. A selection of these are listed below. The theses are available from the SLU library. Click on the titles to find links to full texts as

Research projects

There are several ongoing research projects in infection biology, infectious disease epidemiology and antimicrobial resistance at the Faculty of Veterinary Medicine and Animal Sciences and a

About CGD

The mission is to promote and enhance research and training activities on contagious diseases and antimicrobial resistance of global importance in food producing animals. Contagious animal diseases

SLU Committee for Global Animal Diseases

CGD:s mission is to promote and enhance research and training activities on contagious diseases and antimicrobial resistance of global importance in food producing animals.

Novel viruses found in ticks from bat caves in Brazil

In this study, we describe the viral composition of adult Antricola delacruzi ticks collected in a hot bat cave in the state of Rondônia, Western Amazonia, Brazil. A. delacruzi ticks, are special,

Network meeting - How can we work across disciplines to improve global food security?

Network meeting - How can we work across disciplines to improve global food security? futureonehealth@slu.se Are you interested in collaborating across disciplines to improve global food security?

Open online course: Effective livestock production with low use of antibiotics

malin.planting@slu.se Join anytime during the course period and learn what antibiotic resistance is and how to prevent it, while increasing productivity among your livestock. Over 3,000 people from

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