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Overview of Michigan State UniversityBrucellosis Research in AfricaProfessor John B. KaneeneDVM, MPH, PhD, FAESCenter for ...
GhanaTanzaniaUganda2Countries of Study
 Comparative Study of Brucellosis in Livestockand Humans in Southwestern Uganda Collaborating UniversitiesMichigan Stat...
 Comparative Study of Brucellosis in Livestockand Humans in Southwestern Uganda HypothesesBrucellosis is prevalent in c...
 Comparative Study of Brucellosis in Livestockand Humans in Southwestern Uganda Hypotheses (cont.)Human brucellosis is ...
 Comparative Study of Brucellosis in Livestockand Humans in Southwestern Uganda Study SitesKiruhura DistrictOld Bushen...
 The Prevalence of Brucellosis inCattle, Goats, and Humans inNaitolia, Northern Tanzania Collaborating UniversitiesMich...
 The Prevalence of Brucellosis inCattle, Goats, and Humans inNaitolia, Northern Tanzania HypothesesBrucellosis is preva...
 The Prevalence of Brucellosis inCattle, Goats, and Humans inNaitolia, Northern TanzaniaStudy Site9Research in Tanzania
 A Comparative Study of Brucellosis in Local andImported Cattle Breeds Collaborating UniversitiesMichigan State Univers...
 A Comparative Study of Brucellosis in Localand Imported Cattle Breeds HypothesisThe prevalence of Brucellosis in local...
 A Comparative Study of Brucellosis in Localand Imported Cattle Breeds Study SitesVillage of Apolonia12Research in Ghana
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Presented by John B. Kaneene at a Workshop: An Integrated Approach to Controlling Brucellosis in Africa, Addis Ababa, 29-31 January 2013

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  1. 1. Overview of Michigan State UniversityBrucellosis Research in AfricaProfessor John B. KaneeneDVM, MPH, PhD, FAESCenter for Comparative EpidemiologyMichigan State UniversityWorkshop: An Integrated Approach to ControllingBrucellosis in Africa, Addis Ababa, 29-31 January 2013
  2. 2. GhanaTanzaniaUganda2Countries of Study
  3. 3.  Comparative Study of Brucellosis in Livestockand Humans in Southwestern Uganda Collaborating UniversitiesMichigan State University, College of VeterinaryMedicine Prof. John B. KaneeneMakerere University, College of VeterinaryMedicine, Animal Resources, and Biosecurity Dr. Jesca L. Nakavuma3Research in Uganda
  4. 4.  Comparative Study of Brucellosis in Livestockand Humans in Southwestern Uganda HypothesesBrucellosis is prevalent in cattle, goats, and humans inrural UgandaBoth Brucella abortus and Brucella melitensis are presentin cattle, goats and humans, and is circulating betweencattle and goats4Research in Uganda
  5. 5.  Comparative Study of Brucellosis in Livestockand Humans in Southwestern Uganda Hypotheses (cont.)Human brucellosis is associated with interaction withinfected livestock, and consumption of undercooked dairyproducts from infected livestock5Research in Uganda
  6. 6.  Comparative Study of Brucellosis in Livestockand Humans in Southwestern Uganda Study SitesKiruhura DistrictOld Bushenyi District6Research in Uganda
  7. 7.  The Prevalence of Brucellosis inCattle, Goats, and Humans inNaitolia, Northern Tanzania Collaborating UniversitiesMichigan State University, College of VeterinaryMedicine Prof. John B. KaneeneSokoine University of Agriculture, School of VeterinaryMedicine Dr. S.I Kimera7Research in Tanzania
  8. 8.  The Prevalence of Brucellosis inCattle, Goats, and Humans inNaitolia, Northern Tanzania HypothesesBrucellosis is prevalent in cattle, goats, and humans inNaitolia and likely higher (15 – 25%) than what has beenreported in many rural communities in East AfricaBoth Brucella abortus and Brucella melitensis are presentin cattle, goats, and humans in Naitolia8Research in Tanzania
  9. 9.  The Prevalence of Brucellosis inCattle, Goats, and Humans inNaitolia, Northern TanzaniaStudy Site9Research in Tanzania
  10. 10.  A Comparative Study of Brucellosis in Local andImported Cattle Breeds Collaborating UniversitiesMichigan State University, College of Veterinary Medicine Prof. John B. KaneeneUniversity of Ghana, Noguchi Memorial Institute forMedical Research Dr. Benjamin Adu-Addai Dr. Dr. E.B.M. Koney10Research in Ghana Dr. Dalen Agnew Dr. Phyllis Addo
  11. 11.  A Comparative Study of Brucellosis in Localand Imported Cattle Breeds HypothesisThe prevalence of Brucellosis in local breeds of cattle ishigher than in imported breeds, due to differences inbreeding practices11Research in Ghana
  12. 12.  A Comparative Study of Brucellosis in Localand Imported Cattle Breeds Study SitesVillage of Apolonia12Research in Ghana
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