Department: Pathobiology and Population Sciences
Our research aims to better understand campylobacter dynamics by investigating public health risks, transmission and contamination pathways and control options.
Cross-university, interdisciplinary food systems training to improve food security and environmental outcomes.
Investigation of the relationship between livestock value chains and nutritional status of women and children: a pilot study in Kenya
We are investigating the relationship between consumers’ access to and use of different food sources and their nutritional status, specifically in low-income households in Nairobi, Kenya.
NEAT: Networking to enhance the use of economics in animal health education, research and policy making in Europe and beyond
NEAT aims to ensure efficient allocation of resources at all levels of animal health work and for this to lead to better animal health and welfare with strong societal benefits.
People: Barbara Haesler, Jonathan Rushton, Houda Bennani, Ana Mateus, Maria Garza Valles, Timothée Vergne, Camilla Benfield, Richard Kock, Marianne Carson, Kevin Queenan, Laura Craighead, Emi Takahashi
The Network for Evaluation of One Health brings together international experts interested and experienced in One Health to promote standardised and comparable evaluations of One Health initiatives and to inform decision-making and resource allocation.