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Cambridge Infectious Diseases

An Interdisciplinary Research Centre at the University of Cambridge
 

Research

As a vet my role has always been to promote health and welfare across species and settings. The continued use of animals for food production carries with it a responsibility to protect human and non-human health, welfare and the environment and I hope to continue to work towards improvements in livestock farming, animal, environmental and public health using an interdisciplinary, i.e. One Health (and One Welfare), approach.

Key Projects, Countries, and Partners

Livestock associated Methicillin Resistant Staphylococcus aureus ST398 (LA MRSA ST398) and other LA associated S. aureus strains in the UK: their implications for public health and the livestock industry.

Vet, BBSRC PhD Candidate, Resident of the European College of Veterinary Public Health
Livestock associated AMR in the UK and its implications for public health and the livestock industry.
Not available for consultancy

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Genomics
Pathogen Evolution
Epidemiology
Veterinary Science
Public Health
Antimicrobial resistance
Infection
Sequencing
Cross-species transmission
Bioinformatics
Bacteriology
Disease vectors