Epidemiology Committee

 

Mission Statement    
To promote the application of epidemiological principles and methods for the purpose of solving poultry health issues. The committee will support the AAAP by promoting topics and symposiums for which epidemiology offers a significant contribution. We will also promote epidemiological research by encouraging oral and poster presentations at annual meetings, making sure that such research is properly considered when awards are given. We are also here to support AAAP by producing or participating in editing documents relevant to the AAAP membership. We will assist AAAP in providing research priorities by identifying research topics that should include an epidemiological component and comment on specific epidemiological studies when it is considered advisable. Finally, we will provide an epidemiological perspective to other AAAP committees, upon request for collaboration.
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Specific Activities to support the mission:    

Promotion of topics and symposiums: Articles on interesting subjects or hot topics. Any authors-in-waiting out there?

Interested in development of a blog for epidemiology related subjects? Put your web-design abilities to work in creation of this site.

Encouraging oral and poster presentations at annual meetings: Work behind-the-scenes or gather support for your projects.

Participating in editing documents relevant to the AAAP: Editorial types, here is your chance! Work with interested folks.

Assist AAAP in providing research priorities by identifying research topics: What are some of your favorites?

Provide an epidemiological perspective to other AAAP committees: If you are a subject-area specialist, please share with us.


 

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DR. J.P. Vallaincourt- Committee Chair
   
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A Partial Search in Avian Diseases on Epidemiology    
     
Epidemiology of Fowl Cholera in Free Range Broilers
Low-Pathogenicity Avian Influenza (LPAI) in Italy (2000–01): Epidemiology and Control
Epidemiology, Pathology, and Immunohistochemistry of Layer Hens Naturally Affected with H5N1 Highly Pathogenic Avian Influenza in Japan
Epidemiology and Effect on Production Parameters of an Outbreak of Inclusion Body Hepatitis in Broilers
Epidemiology, Production Losses, and Control Measures Associated with an Outbreak of Avian Influenza Subtype H7N2 in Pennsylvania (1996–98)
Update on Molecular Epidemiology of H1, H5, and H7 Influenza Virus Infections in Poultry in North America
Epizootiologic Role of Feeds in the Epidemiology of Salmonella Senftenberg Contamination in Commercial Layer Farms in Eastern Japan
Molecular Epidemiology of Infectious Bursal Disease Viruses: Distribution and Genetic Analysis of Newly Emerging Viruses in the United States
Low Pathogenicity Avian Influenza in Italy During 2007 and 2008: Epidemiology and Control
Changing Epidemiology and Ecology of Highly Pathogenic Avian H5N1 Influenza Viruses
Epidemiology of Avian Influenza Virus in Wild Birds in Switzerland Between 2006 and 2009
Epidemiology and Control of Low Pathogenicity Avian Influenza Infections in Rural Poultry in Italy
Molecular Epidemiology of Avian Leukosis Virus Subgroup J and Evolutionary History of Its 3′ Untranslated Region
Historical, Spatial, Temporal, and Time-Space Epidemiology of Very Virulent Infectious Bursal Disease in California: A Retrospective Study 2008–2011