Tony Fooks discusses the work that our scientists are doing as part of our remit as an OIE Reference Laboratory and WHO Collaborating Centre for controlling rabies globally and preventing the risk of rabies reintroduction to the UK.
Chris Nichols interviews David Everest of the Pathology Department at APHA Weybridge about how work in the bio-imaging unit led him and colleagues to undertake a long-term study on adenovirus in UK captive red squirrel breeding programmes.
Ian Brown talks about the forthcoming 10th International Symposium on Avian Influenza (ISAI 2018), 15 to 18 April 2018.
In a recent blog post, Nigel Semmence from the National Bee Unit spoke about the Asian hornet and APHA’s work to prevent the spread of this non-native species and protect bee health. This work, from early detection to eradication, is …
To mark World Antibiotic Awareness Week 2017, Chris Teale looks at the range of work being done by APHA around antimicrobial resistance.
Jane Barbrook highlights APHA’s involvement in Citizen Science by talking about the Observatree project.
Amie Adkin gives an update on a recent workshop for the COMPARE project that was by all accounts beyond compare.
To mark World Rabies Day (WRD 2017) which takes place today (28 September 2017), Prof. Tony Fooks highlights some of the rabies work we’re doing at APHA.
Monday 25 September 2017 marked the 100 year’s anniversary of the agency’s Weybridge site.
Jane Goodger talks about how we communicate our science and highlights some noteworthy achievements in recent months.
Francesca Martelli highlights the success of a recent APHA workshop focussing on Salmonella in pigs, antimicrobial resistance (AMR) and abattoir hygiene.