Murungi Maurice Karani, Dishon Muloi, Patrick Muinde (ILRI), Samuel Maina Githigia (University of Nairobi), James Akoko (ILRI), Eric M. Fèvre (IRLI & University of Liverpool), Jonathan Rushton (GBADs Programme, University of Liverpool, London Centre of Integrated Research in Agriculture and Health & RVC) and Pablo Alarcon (London Centre of Integrated Research in Agriculture and Health … Continue reading New Publication – The Nairobi Pork Value Chain: Mapping and Assessment of Governance, Challenges, and Food Safety Issues
J Rushton, B Huntington, W Gilbert (University of Liverpool), M Herrero (CSIRO Agriculture and Food), P R Torgerson (University of Zurich), A P M Shaw (AP Consultants), M Bruce (Murdoch University), T L Marsh (Washington State University), D L Pendell (Kansas State University), T M Bernardo, D Stacey (University of Guelph), D Grace (ILRI), K … Continue reading New Article – Roll-out of the Global Burden of Animal Diseases programme
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.
Najmul Haider (The Royal Veterinary College, University of London), Peregrine Rothman-Ostrow (Global Burden of Animal Diseases, University of Liverpool), Abdinasir Yusuf Osman (The Royal Veterinary College, University of London), Liã Bárbara Arruda (University College London), Laura Macfarlane-Berry (Department of Agriculture, Water and the Environment), Linzy Elton (University College London), Margaret J. Thomason (University College London), … Continue reading New Publication – COVID-19—Zoonosis or Emerging Infectious Disease?
Peregrine Rothman-Ostrow, William Gilbert and Jonathan Rushton of the Global Burden of Animal Diseases Programme and The University of Liverpool have collaborated to produce the now published article Tropical Livestock Units: Re-evaluating a Methodology. AbstractThe dynamic between humans, livestock, and wildlife is evolving owing to growth in populations, a finite global landmass, and shifting climatic … Continue reading New Publication – Tropical Livestock Units: Re-evaluating a Methodology.
Dr. Deborah Stacey (Associate Professor in the School of Computer Science) and Dr. Theresa Bernardo (Professor in the Department of Population Medicine & IDEXX Chair) from the GBADs informatics theme, led a presentation in the One Health Seminar Series at the University of Guelph. They presented their work on the GBADs programme and how it … Continue reading University of Guelph – One Health Seminar Series