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Paidamwoyo is a Research Veterinarian at Agricultural Research Council-Onderstepoort Veterinary Research. He is based at the Transboundary Animal Diseases BSL-3 Facility where he is involved in laboratory diagnostics of transboundary animal diseases.
Gavin has worked in the field of animal health since 1967. He was involved in research into African swine fever, foot and mouth disease and rabies at the Exotic Diseases Laboratory at Onderstepoort (now part of Onderstepoort Veterinary Research).
Dr Delgado's unit’s work encompasses the collection and analysis of U.S. animal health information through national surveys of livestock producers as part of the National Animal Health Monitoring System, outbreak analytics and investigation, and surveillance design and analysis.
Dr. Arzt has been a senior scientist at the Agricultural Research Service of USDA at Plum Island since 2006 as a Veterinary Medical Officer – Pathologist. He works primarily in the investigation of pathogenesis and epidemiology of foot-and-mouth disease.
A passionate veterinarian with 16 years’ experience and a strong interest in Veterinary Epidemiology and One Health. Worked in both private and state institutions. A holder of four academic degrees in the field of Veterinary Science, Business Administration and Aquatic Animal Health.
Mohamed is a Senior Veterinary Researcher (Epidemiology & Training) at OVR-ARC. He is also the Training Coordinator of the institute and since 2016 serves as part-time Animal Health Moderator for the International Society for Infectious Diseases-ProMED (Anglophone Africa).
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