Dr. Igor Paploski, postdoctoral associate from the VanderWaal lab ranked in the top 10 infographics at the University of Minnesota Research Day for his latest research on transmission of swine infectious diseases.
Dr. Ilya Slizovskiy, PhD student in the Noyes lab, is the first recipient of a new fellowship created by the Food Safety Inspection Service, FSIS. This competitive fellowship is committed to data-driven and science-based approaches applied to all aspects of FSIS public health mission. Slizovskiy’s project focuses on new techniques to detect antimicrobial resistances and foodborne pathogens.
This is our Friday rubric: every week a new Science Page from the Bob Morrison’s Swine Health Monitoring Project. The previous editions of the science page are available on our website.
Today, we are sharing the work of Dr. Kaushi Kanankege, post-doctoral associate in the VanderWaal lab.
We conducted a survey to determine swine industry perspectives on a) perceived importance of risk-modifying factors contributing to between-farm transmission of PRRS and PED, and b) prevention/mitigation measures that should be prioritized on a farm that was forecasted to be at high risk of breaking.
Podcasts are a perfect way to get caught up with new swine information! We are presenting you the latest episode from “At The Meeting… Honoring Dr. Bob Morrison” in collaboration with SwineCast.
In this new episode, our hosts invited Dr. Maria Clavijo from Iowa State University Veterinary Diagnostic Laboratory and Dr. Adam Schelkopf from Pipestone Services to discuss the various new diagnostic techniques to identify differences in Streptococcus suis strains.