Jonathan Rushton, Ben Huntington, Will Gilbert, Mario Herrero, Paul Torgerson, Alexandra Shaw, Mieghan Bruce, Tom Marsh, Dustin Pendell, Theresa Bernardo, Deborah Stacey, Delia Grace, Kevin Watkins, M Bondad-Reantaso, Brecht Devleesschauwer, David Pigott, Matthew Stone and Shannon Mesenhowski have had the following paper published online. You can find the abstract below and for the full publication … Continue reading Roll-out of the Global Burden of Animal Diseases programme
Elizabeth Redmond, Derrick Jones and Jonathan Rushton have collaborated to produce the now published article Economic assessment of African horse sickness vaccine impact. AbstractBackground: African horse sickness (AHS) is endemic in sub‐Saharan Africa posing a threat to equine populations in non‐endemic regions. Available vaccine technologies have limitations, creating barriers to horse movement, AHS control and, in … Continue reading Economic assessment of African horse sickness vaccine impact
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 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 Tropical Livestock Units: Re-evaluating a Methodology.
Brian Perry (University of Oxford), Karl M. Rich (ILRI), Hernán Rojas (CERES BCA), Jaime Romero (IICA & GBADs) David Adamson (The University of Adelaide & GBADs), Federico Fernandez (The Ministry of Livestock, Agriculture, and Fisheries of Uruguay), Alvaro Pereira, Lautaro Pérez, Fernando Reich, Rafael Sarno, (INAC) Edgardo Vitale (The Ministry of Livestock, Agriculture, and Fisheries … Continue reading Integrating the Technical, Risk Management and Economic Implications of Animal Disease Control to Advise Policy Change: The Example of Foot-and-Mouth Disease Control in Uruguay
Wudu T. Jemberu, Wassie Molla, Tigabu Dagnew (University of Gonda), Jonathan Rushton (Global Burden of Animal Diseases; University of Liverpool) and Henk Hogeveen (Wageningen University) have collaborated to produce the now published Farmers’ willingness to pay for foot and mouth disease vaccine in different cattle production systems in Amhara region of Ethiopia. Abstract Although foot … Continue reading Farmers’ willingness to pay for foot and mouth disease vaccine in different cattle production systems in Amhara region of Ethiopia