The Institute for Infectious Animal Diseases (IIAD), a unit of Texas A&M AgriLife, and the Texas A&M College of Veterinary Medicine and Biomedical Sciences (CVMBS) recently hosted a virtual vaccine tabletop exercise. The event helped animal health experts from top beef, dairy, and swine states collaborate on vaccine plans for their respective states in the case of […]
Career Development Program MS students Anjelica Peredo and Maritza Anguiano presented posters to the Hispanic Leadership in Agriculture and the Environment (HLAE) orientation.
Principal investigator John Hoffman has received special recognition from the Food and Agriculture Sector Government Coordinating Council for his work with food and agriculture partners in the use of the FASCAT tool.
Dr. Alfonso Clavijo, a principal investigator with the FAZD Center, will assume duties as Co-Theme Leader for Biological Systems.
Six biosecurity experts recently took the first step toward teaching workers in several critical occupations how to protect the United States from potentially catastrophic animal diseases.
Three undergraduate researchers from the University of Puerto Rico-Ponce presented their work to an audience of researchers and educators at the FAZD Center.
Associate Director Gary Snowder, theme leader for Information Analysis Systems, participated in the USDA Joint Strategy Forum on Animal Disease Traceability in Denver Aug. 30-31. The event was co-hosted by National Institute for Animal Agriculture and the United States Animal Health Association. Participants were asked to document the many issues and potential solutions surrounding animal […]
The FAZD Center met with the Texas Department of State Health Services to identify areas for potential collaboration.
The One Health Initiative’s web site has added a summary of findings from a FAZD Center task force to its online collection of One Health publications.
Investigators from the FAZD Center introduced journalists to four new products designed to help protect U.S. livestock and poultry from catastrophic diseases during the 2010 Ag Media Conference help in early August in St. Paul, Minn.
Four principal investigators made presentations to the 147th annual convention of the American Veterinary Medical Association in Atlanta July 28-Aug. 3. FAZD Center Associate Director Gary Snowder discussed the center’s training programs in foreign animal and zoonotic diseases. James A. Wall, a principal investigator from Texas A&M University, made a presentation about the Emergency Response […]