Certified CE Training in Honey Bee Health Now Available for Veterinarians
Dr. Rob Atwill will present at the final WCAHS Seminar for 2017-2018 on Monday, June 4 at 4pm. He will present on “Modeling the Expected Benefits of Preventive Interventions to Reduce Dairy Worker Infection from Bovine Cryptosporidium Parvum.”
Read the news stories that tell about the cutting edge research discoveries and innovative training programs at WIFSS which are impacting local, national, and global food safety issues. Our comprehensive programs address food and water safety as well as the security of the food supply and sustainability of rural communities during natural and terrorist threats.
NAU – UC Davis One Health for Food Safety and Animal Health Symposium creates atmosphere for open dialogue and leads to the development of action items for curricular development and graduate research programs.
WIFSS is improving food safety from soil to table through its One Health for Food Safety conferences by the threefold mission of raising awareness, encouraging team building, and bringing about change through calls to action.
A new species of protozoal parasite appears to colonize California, Belding’s and Golden Mantle ground squirrels through California. Find out where C. rubeyi gets its name.
Conventional growers and home gardeners alike, use soil amendments such as compost and manure to improve soil productivity and soil quality. However, application of untreated biological soil amendments of animal origin (raw animal manure) may represent a potential risk for fresh produce of contamination with enteric pathogenic bacteria. What does all of this mean for the backyard gardener?
New research provides evidence that antibiotic resistance has spread beyond hospitals and farms to wildlife. According to the CDC at least 2 million people each year in the United States alone are sickened by infections resistant to drugs.
Foot-and-mouth disease (FMD) vaccines can be produced safely using a new patent-pending technology developed by U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) scientists reports the United States Animal Health Association.