Estimating the burden of multiple endemic diseases and health conditions using Bayes’ Theorem: A conditional probability model applied to UK dairy cattle


Phillip Rasmussen, University of Zurich, has recently had his comorbidity paper published online. You can find this here.  Phil is one of our Postdoctoral Fellows in the section of Epidemiology.” AbstractThe Global Burden of Animal Diseases (GBADs) is an international collaboration aiming, in part, to measure and improve societal outcomes from livestock. One GBADs objective is … Continue reading Estimating the burden of multiple endemic diseases and health conditions using Bayes’ Theorem: A conditional probability model applied to UK dairy cattle

Veterinary Services in a changing world: climate change and other external factors


The full issue of the Scientific and Technical Review, volume 40 (2) on ‘Veterinary Services in a changing world: climate change and other external factors’ has been finalised and is now available with Open Access on the OIE’s documentary portal. You can find the full publication and other articles in the OIE Scientific and Technical Review … Continue reading Veterinary Services in a changing world: climate change and other external factors

Global Burden of Animal Diseases: A novel approach to understanding and managing disease in livestock and aquaculture


Ben Huntington (University of Liverpool), Theresa Bernardo (Univeristy of Guelph), Mieghan Bruce (Murdoch University), Brecht Devleesschauwer (Sciensano), William Gilbert (University of Liverpool), Arie Havelaar (University of Florida), Mario Herrero (Cornell University), Thomas Marsh (Washington State University, Shannon Mesenhowski (Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation), Dustin Pendell (Kansas State University), David Pigott (IHME, University of Washington), Delia … Continue reading Global Burden of Animal Diseases: A novel approach to understanding and managing disease in livestock and aquaculture

Launch of the multi-year, multi-partner Global Burden of Animal Diseases programme webinar


On Tuesday 19th January 2021 The University of Liverpool and the World Organisation for Animal Health (OIE) hosted the official launch of the GBADs Programme. The webinar celebrates the achievements of the GBADs collaborators to date and showcases the planned work of Programme as rollout phase begins. It was attended by an international audience of … Continue reading Launch of the multi-year, multi-partner Global Burden of Animal Diseases programme webinar