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.
International Transdisciplinarity Conference 2017
the International Transdisciplinarity Conference in 2017 is co-organised by Leuphana University Lüneburg, Germany and the Network for Transdisciplinary REsearch of the Swiss Academies of Arts and Sciences. It will be held on September 11-15, in Lüneburg, Germany
PhD in Biodata Mining and Modeling at University of Torino
The Computational Epidemiology and Data Analysis Unit of the Department of Veterinary Sciences at the University of Torino is looking for a strongly motivated person with interests in data collection and analysis through mathematical and computational approaches, and a deep interest in multidisciplinary research.
Annual conference of the Association pour l'étude de l'épidémiologie des maladies animales
The 17th annual conference of Association pour l'Etude de l'Epidémiologie des Maladies Animales (EEMA) will be held from March 22nd to March 24th in Paris. Subjects will cover high density graphics and one health among others.
Postdoc - Swine Health Big Data Analysis
The Veterinary Public Health Institute and the Swine Clinic of the University of Bern is seeking applicants to work on a three year applied research project, funded by the Swiss National Science Foundation (SNF): PIG DATA: Health Analytics for the Swiss Swine Industry.
Welcome: Martin Hitziger working on One Health Evaluation
Martin Hitziger is an environmental scientist and management scientist with a passion for systems thinking, sustainability, global health and international development. He joined our section to work on advancing methods for complex systems evaluation in integrated health surveillance. In this project, he works together with the Network for the Evaluation of One Health (European COST Action: http://neoh.onehealthglobal.net), and the International Society for Disease Surveillance (http://www.syndromic.org).
PhD - Assessment of the freedom from animal disease
Two PhD positions are open for application. They are located in Utrecht and Nantes and cover the subject of output based methods for the assessment of the freedom of animal disease.
MOOC - Global Health at the Human-Animal-Ecosystem Interface
n collaboration with the Graduate Institute Geneva, Swiss School of Public Health+(SSPH+), Ecole Romande de Santé Publique and the World Federation of Academic Institutions for Global Health. Courses will be offered from April 24th-28th, 2017. The Spring School program is designed to enable international students and working professionals with interest and focus in global health to study various subjects and join the international global health community in Geneva the "public health Capital of the World".