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Recognition for risk analysis and modelling centre

The Royal Veterinary College (RVC) and the APHA have been jointly recognised by the World Organisation for Animal Health (OIE)as an OIE collaborating centre in risk analysis and modelling.

The designation is for an initial fixed term of five years.

There are currently more than 55 OIE collaborating centres worldwide, offering expertise on 49 different topics related to animal health.

The RVC/APHA centre will provide expert support and services in risk analysis and modelling to the OIE using expertise from the RVC’s veterinary epidemiology, economics and public health group and the APHA’s department of epidemiological sciences. It will also collaborate with other centres, laboratories and organisations to develop various methods, procedures and studies.

Emma Snary, head of epidemiological sciences at the APHA, said: ‘We are very pleased that the expertise in risk analysis and modelling at APHA and RVC has been recognised by the OIE, …

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