September 28th marks the 14th World Rabies Day. This year, we hear from Dr Lorraine McElhinney and Professor Tony Fooks as they talk about this year’s theme ‘End Rabies: Collaborate, Vaccinate’. Find out how APHA is contributing to the UK Government’s commitment to eliminate dog associated human rabies by 2030.
In June this year, APHA scientists confirmed the UK’s first COVID-19 positive test result in a domestic cat. Learn more about this case and the wider work of APHA in preparing for COVID-19 cases in animals in the UK.
To mark the 13th World Rabies Day Lorraine McElhinney, APHA’s Disease Consultant for Rabies, talks about the work the Rabies Team at APHA Weybridge have been involved in over the last year.
The 28 September 2018 is World Rabies Day, a global day of action and awareness for rabies prevention. To mark the occasion Lorraine McElhinney (acting Head of the APHA Wildlife Zoonoses & Vector-Borne Diseases Research Group) explains why rabies is …
Related content and links
- Antimicrobial Resistance (8)
- APHA news (12)
- Bacterial diseases (11)
- Bee health (6)
- COVID-19 (6)
- Data analysis & modelling (11)
- Diagnostics & testing (8)
- Epidemiology (3)
- Events (23)
- Farming (1)
- One Health (11)
- Parasites (4)
- Plant health (9)
- Prions (1)
- Science strategy (10)
- Surveillance (15)
- Viral diseases (17)
- Wildlife (13)
- Women in science (9)
- The threat of tick-borne diseases in the United Kingdom 26 March 2021
- Assessing the risks of SARS-CoV-2 in wildlife 12 March 2021
- APHA celebrates the work of our female scientists on International Day of Women and Girls in Science 2021 11 February 2021
- APHA science staff recognised in the New Year Honours list 5 February 2021
- COVID-19 testing: the scientists behind the scenes 29 January 2021
About APHA science
A blog about science at the Animal and Plant Health Agency (APHA).