PhD opportunity in Copenhagen
University of Copenhagen offers a fully funded PhD fellowship in transmission of African Swine Fever. Application deadline 15th February. TheRead more.
The latest paper by our network hit the news
The paper we shared last week, by Chenais and colleagues, was featured in the BMC blog.Read more.
Review on the epidemiology of ASF in Europe
Another paper by our international network. Erika Chenais and colleagues reviewed the epidemiological status of ASF over the past 4Read more.
The role of flies in ASF
Some of our members published two really interesting scientific papers in 2018, one in Veterinary Microbiology and one in TansboundaryRead more.
Workshop on Social network analysis in one health epidemiology
An interesting workshop on “Social Network Analysis in One Health Epidemiology” will be held in Berlin (Germany) 18-20 March 2019.Read more.
Do wild boar movements drive the spread of African Swine Fever?
Our WG2 leader, Tomasz Podgórski, together with Krzysztof Śmietanka recently published a paper on the effect of wild boar movementRead more.
ASF outbreak investigation
Some of our members conducted an investigation on an outbreak in a large commercial pig farm in Latvia, to understandRead more.
Fencing for wildlife disease control
A paper on the use of fencing for wildlife disease control has been recently published on the Journal of AppliedRead more.
Training school in “Participatory methods to evaluate and improve the surveillance and control measures for African swine fever in wild
Few days left to apply to the Training School in “Participatory methods to evaluate and improve the surveillance and controlRead more.
Investigation on proteins involved in ASF virus cycle
Researchers from the Fredrich Loeffler Institut just published a paper in Scientific Reports, where they describe 23 proteins involved inRead more.