Brucella suis in dogs: what you need to know

When: Thursday, 1st February 2018
What Time: 7:00 pm Sydney Time
Where: Online - join via your computer!
Your Facilitator: Dr Emma Davis
Your Presenter: Dr Siobhan Mor
Cost: AVPH member - $30.00
Cost: AVA member - $40.00
Cost: Non member - $80.00
Cost: AVA student member - $20.00

About the Webinar

Brucella suis has recently emerged in dogs in NSW. While the disease was previously recognised in QLD, research in NSW has provided some new insights into the disease.

In this webinar you will learn about the clinical presentation in dogs, approaches to clinical management and how to protect yourself, your staff and your clients from this zoonotic disease.

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Facilitator - Dr Emma Davis BVSc

Emma Davis graduated from Veterinary Science in University of Sydney in early 2002 with her second degree, her first being Applied Science (Equine Studies). In 2001, before graduating Emma started a consultancy for Charles Sturt University to successfully propose and design a new veterinary school to Government in response to the Rural Veterinary Review.  Emma’s lifelong love of horses led her to equine practice and then rural mixed veterinary practice and while Emma continues to vet at endurance rides she now mainly enjoys horses on their small farm in Yass, NSW. In 2007 Emma joined the Northern Australian Quarantine Strategy (NAQS) in the Department of Agriculture, Fisheries and Forestry (DAFF) and here worked on AusAID projects on Highly Pathogenic Avian Influenza in Indonesia and Papua New Guinea. In 2009 Emma gained an Executive position in the DAFF team responding to the Callinan Review into the equine influenza outbreak and worked to implement the 38 recommendations, Emma and the team received an Australian Public Service Australia Day Award for this work in 2011. Emma launched the website in 2016 and a Veterinary Career Coaching business in 2017. Emma started a PhD in 2017 at CSU looking at Australia’s veterinary capacity with respect to surveillance and the value veterinarians brings to the agricultural export system.

Presenter - Dr Siobhan Mor

Dr Siobhan Mor is a Senior Lecturer in Epidemiology (One Health) at The University of Sydney. She completed her veterinary medical degree at the University of Sydney in 2003 and a PhD on cryptosporidiosis in humans at Tufts University in the United States in 2009. Following her PhD she was appointed as an Assistant Professor in the Department of Public Health and Community Medicine at Tufts University School of Medicine. During this time she worked as a global health advisor for the RESPOND project (part of USAID's Emerging Pandemic Threats program) which aimed to build capacity for response to emerging diseases in developing countries. She returned to the University of Sydney to assume her current role in the School of Veterinary Science in 2012. Siobhan leads the Epidemiology and One Health group which is investigating the epidemiology of a number of zoonotic, emerging and tropical infectious diseases of global health importance. Her team is currently conducting research on swine brucellosis and salmonellosis in Australia, bacterial and viral zoonoses in pigs in Uganda, and vectorborne diseases in Maasai cattle in Tanzania. She is a member of the Australian College of Veterinary Scientists by examination in veterinary epidemiology.

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