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CIDC Annual Symposium - Infection Dynamics - from organ to host population

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  • ClockWednesday 25 October 2006, 09:00-17:30
  • HouseQueens' College, Cambridge.

If you have a question about this talk, please contact Meg Staff.

The meeting includes an broad view of research relating to the study of dynamics of infectious diseases in the Cambridge area, presenting aspects of human and veterinary infectious diseases and focussing on Influenza, Salmonella and Campylobacter as specific exemplars.

This meeting will be of interest to researchers in human and animal healthcare as well as genetics, population studies and pathogenicity.

The aim of the workshop is to increase awareness of current research and techniques, improve communication and promote collaborations across the Cambridge area.

We would also welcome poster presentations of any work on infectious diseases from across the University.

Speakers:- Dr John McCauley (National Institute for Medical Research) Professor Chris Gilligan (Dept. of Plant Sciences) Dr Cathy Roth (World Health Organisation) Dr Clare Bryant (Dept. of Veterinary Medicine) Dr Chris Coward (Dept. of Veterinary Medicine) Dr Olivier Restif (CIDC, Dept. of Veterinary Medicine) Devanand Balkissoon (CIDC/Institute of Animal Health) Daniel Horton (CIDC/Veterinary Laboratories Agency)

This talk is part of the CIDC/Dept. of Veterinary Medicine series.

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