Promising results on vaccine development for ASF have been recently published by some of our team members. A version of the full paper is also available in our Dissemination tab.
A nice article from some of our team members recently published in Transboundary and Emerging Diseases on the possible role of road kills in ASF detection and monitoring. The full article is available on our Dissemination tab or on the … Read More
Although the role of European soft ticks in the spread of ASF though biting of pigs has been ruled out, the new paper of our team shows that the ingestion of infected ticks can be a mean of transmission. The … Read More
A collaboration among our colleagues recently led to the publication in Scientific Reports of a mathematical model that takes into account wild boar dynamics for ASF spread. The full paper can be found in our Dissemination tab or at the … Read More
A new paper by our members has been published on Transboundary and Emerging Diseases on the effect of commercial and leisure activities in forested areas on wild boar movements and, thus, ASF spread based on the expert opinion of an … Read More
On February 18, our long-time employee and friend Dr. Günther Keil passed away completely unexpectedly shortly after his retirement. Günther Keil had worked as a scientist at the Institute since 1981, first in Tübingen and since 1995 as deputy director … Read More
Our leader, Dolores Gavier-Widén, together with other two members of our network, Karl Ståhl and Linda Dixon, recently published a perspective article on Science about the perspectives and challenges of the development and use of a vaccine for ASF virus. … Read More
The 69th WDA / 14th EWDA – Joint Conference will take place in Cuenca, Spain, 31st August – 5th September. The call for abstract is now open with deadline 19th April. Abstract on any topic of wildlife health are welcomed … Read More