Lecture: Mongolia's role in understanding the spread and threat of avian influenza

Disease at the interface of human,  livestock and wildlife life:
Mongolia's role in a global effort to understand the spread and threat of avian influenza
Speaker: Amanda Fine, PhD
Director, Wildlife Conservation Society
April 27, 2006, 5:00 pm
National University of Mongolia, Building no. 1,
Round Lecture Hall (second floor)
(The lecture will be in English)
Amanda Fine, Director of the Wildlife Conservation Society in Ulaanbaatar, will describe how "interface" diseases, those that affects human, wildlife and livestock populations, require coordinated responses from the veterinary, wildlife and human health sectors. She will explain how the traditionally separate fields of wildlife biology, veterinary medicine and public health are coming together to understand and prevent the spread of avian influenza in Mongolia and around the world.

American Center for Mongolian Studies
Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia

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