Genetic heterogeneity of dolphin morbilliviruses detected in the Spanish Mediterranean in inter-epizootic period
New research article published in BMC Veterinary Research.
In the last 20 years, Cetacean Morbillivirus (CeMV) has been responsible for many die-offs in marine mammals worldwide.
Could African swine fever and Classical swine fever viruses enter into the United States via swine products carried in air passengers’ luggage?
New research article published in Transboundary and Emerging Diseases journal.
Epidemiological surveillance and innovative systems for the early detection of diseases in swine and cattle industry
The event is organized by the Vet + i Foundation, the Veterinary Health Surveillance Center (VISAVET). Expert speakers in animal health will represent, among others, the Ministry of Agriculture, Fisheries and Food, the National Association of Porcine Cattle Producers (ANPROGAPOR) and the Spanish Association of Producers of Beef Cattle (ASOPROVAC). Next Monday, July 23, Madrid. Free access.
Main speeches will focus on the surveillance of animal diseases, from the economic and health point of view, the biosecurity and design of new diagnostic methods, the early detection systems, based on new technologies, and the innovations in surveillance of animal diseases, specifically in porcine and bovine livestock species.
Aimed to professionals of Animal Health (industry, veterinarians, researchers, etc.).
This activity is part of the Operational Group 2018 entitled "Epidemiological Surveillance and transfer: detection of diseases in swine and cattle populations".
Event date and place: Next Monday, July 23 at the facilities of the Veterinary Health Surveillance Center (VISAVET) at the Complutense University of Madrid, Puerta de Hierro Avenue, NN, 28040, Madrid, morning.
The Vet + i Foundation, the Veterinary Health Surveillance Center (VISAVET), and the Association of Beekeepers of the Autonomous Community of Madrid (APISCAM), with the collaboration of the Ministry of Agriculture, Fisheries and Food and Coordinator of Farmers and Livestock Organizations (COAG-IR) organize this workshop. July 20, 2018, Madrid. Free access.
The workshop will be carried out by bee health experts and will focus on the main problems and diseases that affect the health of apiaries, and the importance of monitoring the bee diseases, mainly associated with sanitary and environmental factors, among others.
Aimed to professionals of Animal Health (industry, veterinarians, researchers, etc.). This activity is part of the Operational Group 2018 entitled "Preparation of a suitability map for apicultural locations".
Event date and place: July 20 at the facilities of the Veterinary Sanitary Surveillance Center (VISAVET) at the Complutense University of Madrid, Puerta de Hierro Avenue, NN, 28040, Madrid, morning.
Prof. José Manuel Sánchez-Vizcaíno participates today, 19th of June, as guest speaker at the European Parliament Seminar: African swine fever, soon all over Europe?
The African Swine Fever disease is advancing dangerously in Central and Eastern Europe since 2014. In the seminar will be discussed, together with other experts, the possible solutions and ways of cooperation to try to stop in an efficient way the advance of the African Swine Fever in Europe.
Relevant Measures to Prevent the Spread of African Swine Fever in the European Union Domestic Pig Sector
New open access research article published in Frontiers in Veterinary Science