The safety and nourishment of our families is a top priority, making the COVID-19 outbreak an important time to review the recommended steps for food safety whether cooking at home or getting takeout.
The NAU-UC Davis Education Conference on One Health for Food Safety and Security kicked off in the School of Veterinary Medicine’s Valley Hall on January 20.
Sara Garcia and Heather Johnson of WIFSS managed a booth the 40th annual Eco Farm Conference at the Asilomar Conference Grounds in Pacific Grove.
Chris Brunner who has been with the School of Veterinary Medicine since 1990 is retiring effective February 29, 2020.
Dr. Bennie Osburn, Heather Johnson, and David Goldenberg from @WIFSS attended the CalOES State Training Partners (STP) meeting held on Thursday, February 20, 2020 at the California’s Governor’s Office of Emergency Services in Mather, CA. The meeting was hosted by Jim Ayre and Adam Sutkus, both from CalOES. Alex Cabassa, the Assistant Director, Cal OES…
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In serving the global community, WIFSS conducts research, develops training, and provides outreach programs that enhance the health and security of people, animals, and the environment.
Researchers at WIFSS and WCFS, located at the UCD School of Veterinary Medicine, Dr. Sara Garcia, Dr. Bennie Osburn, and, Dr. Michele Jay-Russell…
Happy Holidays from everyone at WIFSS.
The Higher Vocational Education International Alliance for Agri-Husbandry (HVEIAA) strengthens collaboration for One Health Education. The meeting at UC Davis…