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Emerging Infections

 

 

SYMPOSIUM SCHEDULE

LEADING SCIENTISTS FROM AROUND THE WORLD HEADED TO KANSAS

INFECTIOUS DISEASE EXPERTS CONVENE AT K-STATE FOR TOP LEVEL SYMPOSIUM ON EMERGING INFECTIONS

DURING SPEECH AT KANSAS STATE UNIVERSITY, LEADER FROM WORLDWIDE ANIMAL HEALTH ORGANIZATION SAYS ANIMAL HEALTH AND WELFARE IMPORTANT TO FIGHTING POVERTY

VETERINARIAN, ANIMAL WELFARE EXPERT SPEAKS TO RESEARCHERS AT K-STATE'S EMERGING DISEASES CONFERENCE ABOUT BEST PRACTICES THAT KEEP ANIMALS, RESEARCHERS SAFE

ITALIAN RESEARCHER TELLS AUDIENCE AT K-STATE THAT WORK IN ANIMAL MODELS SUGGESTS A VARIANT OF MAD COW DISEASE MAY BE TRANSMISSIBLE TO HUMANS

NEW FINDINGS HAVE FORMED BASIS FOR DEVELOPMENT OF RABIES VIRUS VACCINES, ACCORDING TO RESEARCHER PRESENTING AT INTERNATIONAL SYMPOSIUM AT K-STATE

RESEARCHER FROM CDC EMPHASIZES IMPORTANCE OF INFLUENZA VACCINE IN PRESENTATION TO AN INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE AT K-STATE

RESEARCHER DISCUSSES NEW GENETIC VACCINE AGAINST WEST NILE VIRUS DURING INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE AT K-STATE

CDC RESEARCHER AT K-STATE SYMPOSIUM: THE INCREASES IN GENOMIC DIVERSITY IN THE VIRUS THAT CAUSES RIFT VALLEY FEVER HIGHLIGHT THE NEED FOR SAFE, EFFECTIVE VACCINES

RESEARCHER TELLS K-STATE SYMPOSIUM ONE VARIANT OF MAD COW DISEASE APPEARS TO BE MUCH MORE VIRULENT THAN CLASSICAL FORM

 

Regents Distinguished Professor Juergen Richt, Provost and Senior Vice President
M. Duane Nellis, College of Veterinary Medicine Dean Ralph Richardson and
Tom Thornton, president and CEO of the Kansas Bioscience Authority, listen
to a welcome from K-State President Jon Wefald.

 

Back row, left to right:
Tom Thornton, president and CEO of the Kansas Bioscience Authority;
Juergen Richt, Regents Distinguished Professor; Dean Ralph Richardson,
K-State College of Veterinary Medicine.
Front:
M. Duane Nellis, Provost and Senior Vice President; President Jon Wefald