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June 17, 2022

New Agribusiness Course Brings Cattle Industry & State Animal Health Officials Together

A new Texas A&M AgriLife course hosted by the Institute for Infectious Animal Diseases, IIAD, is providing executive-level state animal health officials, SAHOs, with important insights into the business of the cattle industry […]

Our Global Impact

The Institute for Infectious Animal Diseases is recognized by the World Organization for Animal Health (WOAH - formerly known as OIE) as a collaborating center in the specialty of biological threat reduction. As a collaborating center, IIAD provides its expertise internationally to support and implement animal health initiatives, provide scientific and technical training, and conduct scientific research focused on global animal health. We are the only biological threat reduction center in the WOAH’s America’s region and the only WOAH collaborating center within the Texas A&M University System.