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Emerging Animal Infectious Diseases Conference

Posted: October 24, 2019

The College of Agricultural Sciences, in conjunction with Penn State’s Center for Security Research and Education, will be presenting a Emerging Animal Infectious Diseases Conference in March 23–25, 2020.

On behalf of the Pennsylvania State University, the
College of Agricultural Sciences, in conjunction
with Penn State’s Center for Security Research and
Education, will be presenting a Emerging Animal Infectious
Diseases Conference in March 23–25, 2020.
The goal of the conference is to highlight current
successes and lessons learned from past experiences
combatting foreign animal diseases as well as explore
new areas for action, preparedness and response.
We hope to reach on-farm decision makers, including
veterinarians, farm owners, extension, state and
federal regulators, and industry representatives in this
2.5 day conference. Guest speakers and breakout
sessions will address a number of diseases (FMD,
ASF, HPAI, and NDV) from a variety of perspectives,
including surveillance and diagnosis, economic
impact, and strategies for mitigating/minimizing risk.

See this flyer for more information.

If you need more information or have any questions, please contact Dr Suresh Kuchipudi, Associate Director, Penn State ADL @skuchipudi@psu.edu