The National Animal Disease Preparedness and Response Program is considered one of three applications that are supported by way of the 2018 Farm Bill Section 12101, Animal Disease Prevention and Management Program. The workers of the ADRDL are nationally recognized for their ability in diagnosing key diseases of cattle, pigs, and other livestock. Dr. Tamer Sharafeldin is the ADRDL’s new pathologist, starting his work at SDSU on June 1.
While motor and non-motor signs are clinically detectable, the brain pathology in humans can only be confirmed by inspecting submit-mortem tissues . Thus, there’s a nice need for experimental fashions … Read More