Announcements

SIEVMP 2017 conference

October 19th 2017

Pablo Gomez presentation, October 19th 2017

Pablo Gomez presentation on MPVM research project

Pablo Gomez presented the results from his MPVM research project at the SIEVMP 2017 conference. His research talk was titled: “The impact of live trade, vaccination coverage and socioeconomic factors on the incidence of classical swine fever in Peru”, where he talked about the risk factors involved on the classical swine fever transmission in Peru and how can this contribute to a better understanding of the dynamic of the disease in the country.  The conference took place at Valdivia, Chile, where researchers from different countries gathered to present their research findings working with Ibero-American countries.

USAHA/AAVLD Annual meeting - San Diego, CA

October 11-18th 2017

CADMS Team

CADMS Team presentations, October 11-18th 2017

CADMS team

CADMS researchers and students, lead by Dr. Beatriz Martínez-López presented more than 9 presentations and 2 posters in different scientific sessions and committees at the American Association of Veterinary Laboratory Diagnosticians (AAVLD) and the United States Animal Health Association (USAHA) for their 60th and 121st Annual Meeting in San Diego, CA.

Kyuyoung Lee

Kyuyoung Lee presentation, October 14th 2017

Kyuyoung Lee poster presentation about Equine influenza phylodynamics

Kyuyoung Lee, DVM MPVM, PhDs presented the result of research about the spatio-temporal patterns and phylogenetic analysis of Equine influenza virus from 2011 to 2016 in the US at American Association of Veterinary Laboratory Diagnosticians (AAVLD) and the United States Animal Health Association (USAHA) for their 60th and 121st Annual Meeting in San Diego, CA. The research project collaboration between CADMS and Center of equine health (CEH) unravels the Spatial and temporal characters of H3N8 EIV spread throughout in the US, with an increasing number of EIV occurrences since 2012. The phylogenetic tree shows that all 23 EIVs in the US belonged to the clade 1 Florida sublineage and genetically close to two foreign strains from Malaysia and Japan identified in 2015 and 2017. The evolutionary distance from the EIV vaccine strain (A/equine/Ohio/1/2003) has been increased by continuous antigenic drift. Results of this study will help to provide a better understanding of EIV H3N8 evolution and opportunities for vaccine improvement.

Wen-Chi Lee

Wen-Chi Lee presentation, October 15th 2017

Wen-Chi Lee presenation of Brucellosis risk assessment for California

Wen Chi Lee, DVM, MPVMc presented the study “Risk assessment of Brucellosis introduction into California from Designated Surveillance Area of Greater Yellowstone Area States” in the Epidemiology Scientific session at American Association of Veterinary Laboratory Diagnosticians (AAVLD) and the United States Animal Health Association (USAHA) for their 60th and 121st Annual Meeting in San Diego, CA. This study will provide quantitative estimates of the risk of Brucellosis introduction into California to inform policies regarding the vaccination policies and implementation in California.

Spatial Epidemiology Student Symposium

June 8th2:10-5:10 pm 

2020 Valley Hall

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Dr Martinez Lopez invited speaker at the pre-COSALFA PANAFTOSA-OPS-OMS meeting in Uruguay

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