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Papers and Presentations

Bovine Tuberculosis Workshops (May 2010)

Framing the Bovine TB issue: the lessons of history, Professor Wyn Grant

Too much evidence, too little policy? Competing knowledge claims and Bovine TB control, Dr Katy Wilkinson

Badgers and bovine TB: Coverage of a messy science/policy controversy in the UK press, Dr Angela Cassidy

Living with bovine tuberculosis, Dr Gareth Endicott

Bovine TB: Epidemiology and Ecology of a Multi-Host Disease, Professor Christl Donnelly

Bovine tuberculosis - exploiting host and pathogen genetics, Dr Robin Skuce

Animal Welfare Workshop (May 2009)

'Animal Welfare: Prospects and Possibilities', a presentation by Professor Robert Garner to the GoLD Animal Welfare Policy workshop, Warwick HRI, 6th May 2009

'Dairy Cow Health (and Welfare): a Cause for Concern? Mission impossible?', a presentation by Professor Martin Green and Assoc Prof Jon Huxley to the GoLD Animal Welfare Policy workshop, Warwick HRI, 6th May 2009

'Farm Animal Welfare: A Regulatory History', a presentation by Dr Abigail Woods to the GoLD Animal Welfare Policy workshop, Warwick HRI, 6th May 2009

Consultation Responses

Responsibility and Cost Sharing for Animal Health and Welfare: Next Steps - Your Views Matter - a response to the Defra consultation by the Warwick GOLD team.

Responsibility and Cost Sharing for Animal Health and Welfare: Next Steps Consultation Paper - a memorandum (linked to the above) by the Warwick GOLD team.

BVD Consultation of the Scottish Government - a response to SG by the GoLD project.

Consultation on the simplification of livestock movement rules and holding identifiers in England - a response to Defra by the GoLD project + others.

Other Presentations

'Lessons from the Management of Cattle Diseases in Australia', a presentation by Professor Wyn Grant to the Biological Sciences Populations and Disease Research Interest Group (RIG), Unversity of Warwick, 22nd April 2009

'Playing Games With Transmissible Animal Disease', a presentation by Dr Jonathan Cave to the Biological Sciences Populations and Disease Research Interest Group (RIG), University of Warwick, 6th May 2008.

'A Source of Danger to the Livestock of this Country. The Pirbright Laboratory and the History of Foot and Mouth Disease Research in Britain', a presentation by Dr Abigail Woods of the Centre for the History of Science, Technology and Medicine, Imperial College London, given to the Biological Sciences Science and Policy Research Interest Group (RIG), University of Warwick, 6th Feb 2008.