• Disease BioPortal
  • Photo: Demo Link
  • Photo: Demo Link

Our overarching goal is to develop systems that can be used to prevent, control, or eradicate animal diseases and their associated adverse economic impacts. CADMS serves as a core research program to provide a focus for all faculty interested in animal disease modeling (including mathematical and simulation modeling and risk analysis) and surveillance research. Our program also includes training and education for graduate students, post-doctoral fellows, and visiting scholars interested in quantitative epidemiology methods. Current UCD faculty members are from the Department of Medicine & Epidemiology and the Department of Population Health and Reproduction.


National and International Collaborators


NEW! Avian Influenza Biosecurity Survey. Click here to participate NOW 

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Cadms Seminar Series

May 31st, 2017


Biosecurity at the Margins: Engaging Remote and Diverse Communities in Northern Australia

Invited Speaker: Prof. Ruth Wallace, Director – The Northern Institute, Charles Darwin University, Australia

Date: May 31st, 2017;  12:00 p.m. – 1 p.m.

Location: 1047 Valley Hall, UC Davis

For more information regarding upcoming and past CADMS Seminars, click here.

CADMS Student Experiences

Stories by our students from their personal experiences and adventures abroad.

Esther in Uganda

Kyuyoung in South Korea

Coming soon

Jaber in Tunisia

Read entries here

Upcoming Conferences

2017 Annual USAHA meeting

For further information: http://www.usaha.org/2017-annual-meeting


For further information: http://crwad.org/


Valdivia, Chile