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This subject expands on the themes developed in Animal Disease Biotechnology 1 and the role of animal health surveillance in maintaining the health of human populations. The subject offers opportunities to develop laboratory skills in areas such as haematology, immuno-histology and reproductive biology.
Intended learning outcomes
This subject aims to prepare students for careers in animal health and disease surveillance. Its objectives are to equip students with an understanding of techniques used to assess the health of individual animals and populations of animals, as well as an understanding of the biological basis of these tests. Students satisfactorily completing this subject will also acquire skills in performing a range of laboratory tests used in monitoring the health of populations of animals.
Last updated: 10 November 2019