China and EU share latest thinking on diagnostics and vaccination for improved disease control
Experts from China, the European Union (EU) and FAO have shared their latest knowledge on laboratory diagnostics and vaccine development. Working together to capture the latest techniques, tools and understanding, the top scientists gathered in Shanghai on 17 October to link the most up-to-date information with future strategies for improved control of transboundary animal diseases.
The event was organized within the recently established LinkTADs research consortium, which aims to coordinate research on animal disease control (i.e. epidemiology and laboratory diagnostics) between the EU and China through the organization of events, webinars, study visits, exchanges and a virtual platform.