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Domestic and Wild Animal
Health Perspective
Dr. Juan Lubroth

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Introduction by Dr. Redford (8 MB)
Presentation Part 1 (30 MB)
Presentation Part 2 (33 MB)
Presentation Part 3 (40 MB)

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About Dr. Juan Lubroth

Dr. Juan Lubroth, DVM, Ph.D., ACVPM
Senior Officer of the Infectious Disease Group
FAO Animal Health Service
Animal Production and Health Division
Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations
Rome, Italy

Juan Lubroth is currently is Senior Officer, Head of the Emergency Prevention System (EMPRES) livestock component at the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations based in Rome. Under his responsibility is the United Nations’ response to epidemic diseases of livestock such as foot-and-mouth disease, African and classical swine fevers, Rift Valley fever, rinderpest and peste des petits ruminants, highly pathogenic avian influenza, among others, by strengthening veterinary services, improving surveillance, contingency planning, good farming practices, with the overall mission of poverty reduction and improved food security. Prior to his appointment with FAO, Dr Lubroth was head of the Reagents and Vaccine Section and Diagnostic Services Section at the Plum Island Animal Disease Center (United States Department of Agriculture). He has lived and worked in Brazil as an epidemiologist with the Pan American Health Organization, in Mexico with the Mexico-US Commission for the Prevention of Foot-and-Mouth Disease and Other Exotic Animal Diseases, and spent time on extended missions in the Caribbean and North Africa. Dr Lubroth obtained his veterinary degree from University of Georgia, where he also received one of his master’s degrees (Medical Microbiology). His second Master’s and Ph.D. are from Yale University, Department of Epidemiology and Public Health, where he focused his interests in infectious diseases, and arboviruses in particular.


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