As part of a new National Needs Career Development Grant, the FAZD Center plans to award a number of graduate fellowships related to agricultural biosecurity.
Through a peer-review process, the FAZD Center is considering white papers for competitively funding research and development (R&D) and education projects that can be completed in a 24 month period or less.
The FAZD Center has released a new report that identifies the screening tools the United States will need to more quickly and efficiently detect highly contagious diseases in its livestock, milk and other agricultural products. The report is available online at http://bit.ly/AGSTreport .
A new report identifies the biodefense training that key occupations must acquire to protect nation from catastrophic animal diseases.