ASF STOP Training school on the use of camera trapping for monitoring wild boar populations
Call is open for the upcoming Training School on the use of camera traps in wild boar monitoring. You haveRead more.
First announcement International Conference “African swine fever: knowledge and future challenges; contribution from the COST Action ASF-STOP
We are pleased to announce the Istituto Zooprofilattico Sperimentale della Lombardia e dell’Emilia Romagna (IZSLER) will organise our final conferenceRead more.
Review on ASF situation in Africa
The current ASF situation in the Eastern, Central and Southern Africa sub‐region has been reviewed by some of our COSTRead more.
PhD opportunity at the Pirbright Institute
A fully funded PhD is available, within a collaborative project between The Pirbright Institute, the Royal Veterinary College and Friedrich–Loeffler–Institut,Read more.
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.