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One Health



Prevalence and characterization of Brucella spp. in slaughter animals in Gauteng province abattoirs: food safety implications for meat consumers and zoonotic hazards posed to abattoir workers

Francis Kolo; PhD


Zoonotic tuberculosis transmission at the wildlife/livestock/human interface

Petronillah Sichewo; PhD


The epidemiology of tuberculosis in cattle and humans living in the wildlife/livestock/human interface in the rural Mnisi community, Mpumalnaga province, South Africa

Jolly Musoke; PhD












Prevalence and characterization of brucellosis and tuberculosis in Rwanda

Jean B. Ntivuguruzwa
; PhD


Seroprevalence and characterization of Brucella melitensis in South Africa

Barbara A. Glover; PhD


Brucellosis in Zimbabwe and the associated risk factors

R. Mwaramba, M.Sc


Prevention and surveillance methods for brucellosis in cattle and small ruminants in communal and commercial cattle in KwaZulu Natal

Songe L. Chisi; Ph.D


Prevalence and risk factors of bovine tuberculosis in livestock and humans in Eritrea

Michael Kahsay-Ghebremariam; PhD


Mycobacterium bovis at the wildlife/livestock interface in northern Botswana

Molefe Tladi; MSc


Prevalence of bovine tuberculosis in African buffalo in the Chobe National Park, Botswana

John Mhongovoyo; MSc


Patterns of longitudinal M. bovis shedding in cow’s milk

Desiree Mazwi; MSc


Changes to the provision of bovine tuberculosis testing in England and the effects on veterinarians and farmers

Karen Gerber; MSc


Human Health Risk Factors of Informal Slaughter, focussing on Brucella abortus, in small scale farmers of Gauteng

Gillian Declerq; MSc



Immunopathogenesis and diagnosis of bovine tuberculosis in cattle and buffalo

Elise van der Heijden; PhD


Improved diagnostic developments

Investigations in improving Brucella culture, serology and molecular assays in South Africa

M. Betty Ledwaba; Ph.D




Immunodiagnosis of tuberculosis in domesticated African Elephant (b/) in the Victoria Falls and Livingstone area

Tapiwa Haniyre; MSc


Infectious causes of abortion

Annelize Jonker; PhD


Vaccine approaches for improved disease control

Host immune response profiles of calves vaccinated with live and inactivated M. bovis vaccines

Josephine Chileshe; MSc


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