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.
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.
In this project our aim is to carry out a detailed study of the epidemiology of brucellosis in bovines and humans in Punjab, including the use of novel diagnostic tests that can differentiate between vaccinated and infected animals.
This project, funded by the Horserace Betting Levy Board, investigates current evidence and perceptions regarding the respiratory condition Inflammatory Airway Disease (IAD) in racehorses.
A project that brings together international surveillance experts to develop further, apply and disseminate risk-based surveillance methods.
A generic framework for the evaluation of animal health surveillance.
The Sustainable and Healthy Food Systems (SHEFS) project aims to provide policy makers with novel, interdisciplinary evidence to define future food systems policies that deliver nutritious and healthy foods in an environmentally sustainable and socially equitable manner. The RVC is partnered with eight other research institutions and will focus on the animal source foods in KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa.
A transdisciplinary and systems modelling approach to investigate sustainability in British Sheep and Beef Food systems.
The aim of our research is to investigate whether understanding of susceptibilities and social networks in meerkats can be used to selectively target individuals for interventions, and thus enhance disease control.
This project aims to develop a typology of interventions to reduce antimicrobial use in aquaculture, based on data extracted through a review of AMR interventions across livestock production systems.