Cryptosporidium is an important gastrointestinal disease which can affect and cause significant illness in both humans and animals. APHA’s Meg Rawlins gives a glimpse into APHA’s work in this area and how we operationalise a One Health approach during outbreaks.
International Day of Women and Girls in Science continues to raise awareness of the significant gender gap at all levels of science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM). Read more from APHA's Dr Flavie Vial as she explains why gender matters in the animal health workforce in this interesting blog.
We regularly receive requests to visit the APHA’s science headquarters at Weybridge however, organising visits is a little like preparing a gourmet meal, bringing all the best ingredients together to fulfil visitor’s appetites! Sarah Stewart, Stakeholder and Events Manager reveals more.
APHA hosted visitors from the National Meat Inspection Services (NMIS) of the Philippines in the summer this year, visiting the UK FAO Reference Centre for AMR. Read more about their experiences in this guest blog.
This World AMR Awareness Week (WAAW) we have invited colleagues from the three agencies in the UK Reference Centre for Antimicrobial Resistance to share what they are doing to build AMR awareness internationally.
Antimicrobial Resistance (AMR) is a global threat to both animal and human health. In this blog, APHA’s Tom Chisnall explains what AMR is and how antibiotic resistant bacteria found in migratory birds, could affect farm livestock.
Observatree uses citizen science to help spot pest and disease threats to UK trees. Learn more about the first 10 years of Observatree, from APHA’s Jane Barbrook.
This October, APHA exhibited at New Scientist Live, one of the largest festivals of science in the UK. Learn more about how we inspired visitors to help us to protect animal and plant health on our interactive stand.
A One Health approach to our science is critical and we continue to be a part of the solution nationally and internationally. This blog highlights some of the ways that we are championing a One Health approach.
For this year’s Biology Week, we are shining a spotlight on the work of some of our brilliant biologists at APHA, who carry out work in a wide range of scientific areas.
In this blog, we hear from APHA’s Hira Naveed as she explains why she is proud to champion International Day for Women in Statistics and Data Science.