PAIR project, new diagnostic and prognostic tools to respond to pandemics based on a One Health approach

2024-02-23T09:10:16+01:00February 20th 2024|Avian influenza & Newcastle disease, Highlights, Rabies, Research & Projects|

PAIR is a EU-funded project that aims to make radical improvements to point-of-care (POC) diagnostics and epidemiological modeling in the One Health approach through scientific research ...

OneBAT. A One Health approach to the study and prevention of bat-borne viral emergencies

2024-02-23T13:05:48+01:00January 10th 2024|Diseases at the animal/human Interface, Highlights, Rabies, Research & Projects|

The research project entitled, One Health approach to understand, predict and prevent viral emergencies from bats (OneBAT), funded in the framework of the HORIZON-HLTH-2022-DISEASE-07 call, ...

Campylobacteriosis and salmonellosis the most frequently reported zoonotic diseases in the EU in 2022

2023-12-12T15:04:46+01:00December 12th 2023|Diseases at the animal/human Interface, Food safety, Highlights, Rabies, Research & Projects, Salmonellosis|

Campylobacteriosis and salmonellosis were the most frequently reported zoonotic diseases in humans in the EU in 2022. However, the number of cases was still lower ...

Using Network analysis to explain the dynamics of an Avian Influenza epidemic

2023-12-05T09:55:45+01:00October 24th 2023|Avian influenza & Newcastle disease, Research & Projects|

The highly pathogenic H5N1 avian influenza epidemic that occurred between 2021 and 2022in North-Eastern Italy was one of the most serious ever recorded, involving 317 ...

IZSVe included in the European Commission’s list of “Key innovators” thanks to two sustainable aquaculture projects

2023-10-16T10:03:36+02:00October 16th 2023|Fish, crustacean and mollusc pathology, Highlights, Research & Projects|

Istituto Zooprofilattico Sperimentale delle Venezie (IZSVe) has been identified as a key innovator in the European Commission’s Innovation Radar Platform by virtue of two research projects ...

First report in Europe of Leptospira interrogans serogroup Australis ST24 infection in a cat

2023-09-01T10:45:17+02:00September 26th 2023|Research & Projects|

Leptospirosis is one of the world’s most widespread zoonotic diseases, which can infect both humans and many animal species, including dogs and, more rarely, cats. ...

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