Opportunities for Postgraduate Training at Michigan State University

Event Type
Lectures and Seminar
Organizer

College Research, Innovations & Publication Committee, College of Veterinary Medicine and Biomedical Sciences

Date & Time

Date: Thursday: 14-6-2018, Time: 14.00

Speaker/Presenter

Professor John B. Kaneene from Michigan State University.

Location/Venue

VET 4, CVMBS

Targeted Audience

Postgraduate students,Senior undergraduate students and any other interested person

Event Cost
Free
Event Summary

The College of Veterinary Medicine and Biomedical Sciences through its Research, Innovations & Publication Committee wishes to invite all Postgraduate students, Senior undergraduate students and any other interested person to attend seminar on Opportunities for Postgraduate Training at Michigan State University. This seminar will be held on Thursday,14th June 2018 starting from 2:00 PM at College of Veterinary Medicine and Biomedical Sciences SUA Main Campus.

About the speaker

Professor John B. Kaneene is a University Distinguished Professor and Director, Center for Comparative Epidemiology.

His research interests include the epidemiology and mechanisms of antibiotic resistance; surface water contamination; bovine tuberculosis; and disease surveillance.

A focus is on the epidemiology of food-borne pathogens and their relationships to the development of antimicrobial drug resistance in animal and human populations, particularly Campylobacter, Salmonella, and E. coli.

He is also actively involved in epidemiological studies and risk assessments of bovine tuberculosis in wildlife, livestock, and pets. As director and founder of the Populations Medicine Center, Kaneene addresses issues involving epidemiology, preventative medicine, and public health on a variety of diseases.

His profile is available at: http://cit.msu.edu/faculty/kaneene.html

Contact Information

For assistance, contact: CRIPC@sua.ac.tz

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