The upcoming NCOH webinar is scheduled for 01 October with the topic: COVID-19 – immunity; what do we know, what are the main outstanding questions?
A migratory bird tested positive for West Nile Virus in the Netherlands. The bird was caught in August during routine sampling in the region of Utrecht.
For a topic for the NCOH Annual Scientific Meeting 29 October 2020, only one option was possible: what lessons can, so far, be learned from the SARS-CoV-2 pandemic?
In the upcoming months NCOH will be hosting a series of scientific lectures on COVID-19, with a special focus on the One Health approach to current challenges. The second webinar about aerosols took place on 3 September.
How worried should we be about animals spreading coronivirus? Arjan Stegeman from University Utrecht wrote an article about it.
As of 1 July NCOH scientific director Smart and Healthy Farming Dr. Annemarie Rebel is appointed as a Special Professor Healthy and Resilient Livestock at Wageningen University & Research.
Aerosols are hot. What makes these tiny droplets so complex?
For a topic for the NCOH Annual Scientific Meeting in October 2020, only one option was possible: what lessons can, so far, be learned from the SARS-CoV-2 pandemic?
Epidemiologist Hans Heesterbeek and virologist Marion Koopmans talk about emerging infectious diseases in Vetscience magazine.
The VEO (Versatile Emerging infectious disease Observatory) project – a research consortium of 20 partners from 12 European countries – is officially started. Over the next 5 years, VEO will investigate whether it is possible to develop an interactive, virtual detection system that can monitor and analyse a wide range of information sources such as laboratory studies, field studies and big data.