UCD Biennial Report launched

September 2008
Irish Veterinary Journal;Sep2008, Vol. 61 Issue 9, p566
Academic Journal
The article announces the launch of the Biennial Report for 2006-2007 by the Center for Veterinary Epidemiology and Risk Analysis (CVERA), the TB Diagnostics and Immunology Research Centre, and the Badger Vaccine Project at the University of Dublin (UCD) in Ireland. The report focuses on animal health issues such as bovine tuberculosis and herd health in considerable depth and contains a number of engaging reports.


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