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This member gave a presentation on September 17, 2019
At the following event:
XXI World Veterinary Poultry Association Congress (WVPAC 2019)
Participation in Forum on March 11, 2015
Dr Akram My thanks for your kind words. The reality is that my work (like so much research) has always been done in teams and it is the team members (veterinarians, biologists, technicians, animal technicians and many others) who really contributed to any success that we had. I greatly appreciate the opportunities that poultry research has given me and the world of friends and colleagues that I ...
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News published on February 26, 2015
Poultry CRC is delighted that at the recent Australian Poultry Science Symposium in Sydney, one of our very own, Dr Pat Blackall, was awarded the Australian Poultry Award from The World’s Poultry Science Association. Dr Blackall is a Poultry CRC Research Manager, heads up the CRC’s Safe and Quality Food Production program (Program 3) and sits on a number of our committees (End-User Adv ...
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Participation in Forum on May 30, 2012
Nadim, Good to hear from you. I am always happy to do my best to help in these situations. Australia has strict quarantine rules BUT I do have a permit that allows importation. Please contact me direct for more details. Pat Blackall
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Participation in Forum on May 30, 2012
Dr Ramzee - Agree that even with good vaccination programs, there will sometimes be problems - overwhelming challenge, high stress levels, immuno-supression are additional factors that can imacpt on even the best vaccination program. Pat Blackall
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Participation in Forum on May 29, 2012
I would agree that isolation of Av. paragallinarum is a challenge. I would recommed that you look for birds in the early stage of the disease process (NOT Golfball eyes). From these early stage birds, the best option is to sample the infra-orbital sinus. We heat sear the surface and then slice the sinus open with a sterile scalpel. The sinus is swabbed and then plated onto blood agar and chocola ...
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Video published on April 23, 2012
The review provides an update on the diagnosis and control of two major bacterial diseases of poultry – fowl cholera and infectious coryza. For both diseases, there are now rapid, molecular based diagnostic.
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Article published the September 29, 2011
Introduction This review seeks to provide an up-to-date view on the diagnosis and prevention of two major bacterial diseases of poultry - fowl cholera and infectious coryza.  The review will focus on key issues and recent advances.  More detailed and historical data are already covered in a range of standard texts that are widely available e.g. Diseases of Poultry (Blackall and Soriano ...
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This member gave a presentation on September 8, 2011
At the following event:
XXII Latin American Poultry Congress 2011
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Location:Brisbane, Queensland, Australia
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