Outcomes of $12M research program presented at the National Hendra virus Research Program (NHeVRP) s

The National Hendra virus Research Program (NHeVRP) symposium was held in Brisbane on 1-2 June, 2016, bringing together researchers funded under this $12 million program as well as stakeholders from the equine, veterinary, medical, and policy arenas. Professor Hamish McCallum was unable to attend in person, but presented via pre-recorded video on the outcomes of three years the research led by himself and Assistant Professor Raina Plowright (Bozeman Disease Ecology Lab): “Models to predict Hendra virus prevalence in flying fox populations”. Dr. Alison Peel represented Hamish and Raina on the question and answer panel following that session in their absence. Our study is developing models tha

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