Molecular Epidemiologic Study of Infectious Bursal Disease Viruses in Brazilian Poultry Farms under Different Vaccination Programs (2514_2)
Poultry Posters |  Infectious Bursal Disease
Sunday |  7:00 AM -  6:00 PM
Henry B. Gonzalez Convention Center||220

 

Speaker(s)

Eduardo Muniz Dr.
Zoetis

Current Position: Poultry Technical Services Manager - Zoetis Brazil (From January/2013 until now)<br><br>Background:<br>First Position: Seara Alimentos Poultry Veterinarian (From March/1997 to August/2005)<br>Last Position: Seara Alimentos Animal Health Coordinator (Since August/2005 until December/2012)<br><br>Education:<br><br>Doctorate (Stricto Sensu) in Animal Science – Animal Health - Veterinary Pathology – Avian Medicine<br>UFPR / 'Universidade Federal do Paraná' – Curitiba – concluded in Mar/2014<br><br>Master Science (Stricto Sensu) in Animal Science – Animal Health - Veterinary Pathology – Avian Medicine<br>UFMS / 'Universidade Federal do Mato Grosso do Sul' – Campo Grande – concluded in Mar/2006<br><br>Bachelor's Degree in Veterinary Medicine<br>UNESP – 'Universidade Estadual Paulista Julio de Mesquita Filho' – Jaboticabal – graduated in Dec/1996

Presentation Info

CE Credit(s): 0.00
CE Level: 2

Description

The purpose of this note is to present findings of a comprehensive surveillance study of the epidemiological situation of the Infectious Bursal Disease (IBD) in different vaccination programs in Brazil. Positive samples were classified in vaccine strains or classical and variant field strains.