As part of our series of blogs around One Health, Fin Twomey, Head of the Surveillance Intelligence Unit at APHA, talks about the importance of APHA’s scanning surveillance programme for detecting diseases of livestock and wildlife.
Fin Twomey, MVB, MRCVS
Fin Twomey is the Head of APHA’s Surveillance Intelligence Unit, with responsibility for Scanning Surveillance across a wide range of species, including farmed and wildlife, in England and Wales.
Since graduating as a Veterinary Surgeon, he has worked in private veterinary practice before joining APHA, initially as a Veterinary Investigation Officer, and subsequently he has worked in other Government veterinary, science and policy roles before taking on his current position.
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