Faculty and staff at NC State University, including CVMs Population Health & Pathobiology, have access to state of the art equipment and resources dedicated to the detection, characterization, and surveillance of antimicrobial resistance in animals and their environments; their mission is to reduce the burden of AMR and preserve antimicrobial efficacy.
Note: this event will be held on the second Tuesday in November.
AMR, Global Health and More: What’s Happening at NC State Dr. Paula J. Fedorka-Cray, Professor and Chair, Population Health and Pathobiology
Effects of two different dosing regimens of florfenicol on phenotypic and genotypic resistance of enteric bacteria in steers Dr. Jennifer Halleran, Assistant Professor, Population Health and Pathobiology
Prevalence and AMR of foodborne pathogens from sheep and their abattoir environment in North Carolina Dr. Nigatu Atlaw, Post-doctoral Associatate, Population Health and Pathobiology
Samantha Locke, PhD candidate, The Ohio State University
Registration runs through Tuesday, November 9, until the webinar begins.