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 ...

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 ...

Avian influenza: health authorities recommend increased protection of farms from wild birds

2023-09-29T14:54:23+02:00September 29th 2023|Avian influenza & Newcastle disease, Monitoring & Prevention|

While the situation in poultry has eased over the summer, highly pathogenic avian influenza (HPAI) virus continued to affect seabirds in Europe, mostly along coastlines. ...

Avian influenza: what is the difference between a high and a low pathogenic virus? [Video]

2024-01-17T17:06:00+01:00September 12th 2023|Avian influenza & Newcastle disease, Communication & Media|

Avian influenza (or bird flu) is a disease caused by type-A influenza viruses that mainly affects birds. The natural reservoirs (or hosts) of these viruses ...

EFSA, ECDC, EURL: ongoing avian influenza outbreaks in birds, low risk to the public

2023-03-13T12:07:25+01:00March 13th 2023|Avian influenza & Newcastle disease, Monitoring & Prevention|

The situation regarding avian influenza continues to evolve in Europe and globally, with new outbreaks reported in birds and occasional infections in mammals. Sporadic human ...

How are veterinary epidemic emergencies managed? [Video]

2023-01-30T14:49:17+01:00March 7th 2023|Avian influenza & Newcastle disease, Communication & Media, Diseases at the animal/human Interface, Rabies|

Infectious diseases are pathologies caused by microbial agents that can be transmitted from one host to another. An epidemic occurs when a disease spreads very ...

Go to Top