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The section of epidemiology is committed to advancing veterinary epidemiology through teaching and research. This includes designing and implementing courses in epidemiology and biostatistics at the undergraduate level and supervising research students at the postgraduate level.

We also offer advice on statistics and study design to all members of the Vetsuisse Faculty in Zurich.

News

  • Applications are now invited for students wishing to commence the online Master of Veterinary Public Health (Emergency Animal Diseases), Diploma or Certificate programs at the University of Melbourne from July.

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  • A postdoctoral position is available in the laboratory of Dr. Sarah Hamer in the Department of Veterinary Integrative Biosciences at Texas A and M University. The successful candidate will expand an ongoing research program on the ecology and epidemiology of Chagas disease in the southern United States, including analyses of kissing bug vectors, wildlife and domestic dog reservoirs, and spillover to human hosts.

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  • The Infectious Disease Research Centre at Massey University is offering a fully funded PhD scholarship through the New Zealand Biological Heritage National Science Challenge project Biosecurity Network Interventions. This is an excellent opportunity for a student wanting to learn cutting-edge network and evolutionary modelling techniques with real world applications.

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  • The Institute for Veterinary Epidemiology and Biostatistics, Freie Universität Berlin, is offering a post doc opportunity for veterinary epidemiologists. The three year full time position is part of a larger study regarding chronic diseases in German dairy livestock, in which our institute is mainly responsible for the epidemiological support and data analysis of the Eastern German project region.

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  • Applications for Fellowships to attend the One Health EcoHealth Congress are now open. To be eligible for the Fellowship Award, the applicant must register and attend the Congress, and preference will be given to applicants who submit an abstract for an oral or poster presentation or who are a co-author on a submitted abstract.

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  • One week of Summer School about animal health surveillance (design and evaluation) is organized within the project SANTERO in June 20-24, 2016. All sessions will be offered online. The program is divided into webinars (contact sessions), recorded elements that participants will watch at their convenience and practical tasks for participants to complete between sessions.

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  • The Integrated Training Program in Infectious Diseases, Food Safety & Public Policy (ITraP) is now recruiting for its 2017 program. If you are a graduate student interested in interdisciplinary team science and One Health approaches to complex issues, consider applying to ITraP!

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