The Swine Disease Eradication Center is proud to present another episode of “Processing the Litter-ature”: a podcast in which peer-reviewed papers are docked, clipped and supplemented with a field perspective.
In this episode, Dr. Matt Sturos and Dr. Deb Murray discuss the paper “Persistence and shedding of senecavirus A in naturally infected boars.”
This is our most popular series on the blog. Once a month, we are sharing with you a presentation given at the Allen D. Leman swine conference, on topics that the swine group found interesting, innovative or that lead to great discussions.
You can find all of the presentations selected from previous conferences on the blog here.
Dr. Lauren Glowzenski from TriOak Foods, gave this talk on the impact of biosecurity related to an App case, during the Carlos Pijoan SDEC symposium, a pre-conference workshop offered annually at the Leman Swine Conference.
The Swine Disease Eradication Center is proud to present its new podcast “Processing the Litter-ature”: a podcast in which peer-reviewed papers are docked, clipped and supplemented with a field perspective.
In the first episode, Dr. Carissa Odland and Dr. Peter Davies discuss their paper “Evaluation of the Impact of Antimicrobial Use Protocols in Porcine Reproductive and Respiratory Syndrome Virus-Infected Swine on Phenotypic Antimicrobial Resistance Patterns.”
The SDEC is the Swine Disease Eradication Center, a faculty-driven initiative created in 2001 to investigate the control and eventual elimination of diseases that affect swine productivity or that constitute potential risks for humans consuming pork products.
Our mission is to discover and communicate knowledge on the transmission, control and elimination of economically-significant swine diseases.