2020 CRWAD Featured Speakers

Rafi Ahmed, PhD

Vaccine Center Director
Emory Vaccine Center


Amesh Adalja, MD, FIDSA

Johns Hopkins University Center for Health Security


Thomas Gallagher, PHD

Loyola University Chicago

Host factors controlling susceptibility to coronavirus infections


Srinand Sreevatsan, BVSC, MVSC, MPH, PHD

Associate Dean for Research and Graduate Studies

Pathobiology and Diagnostic Investigation

Michigan State University

Mycobacterium-host interactions – Lessons from 25 years of research on a slow growing bacterium


Dr. Scott McVey

Director, Center for Grain and Animal Health Research

USDA, ARS

A Journey Through Vaccine Valley


Dr. Jay Calvert

Zoetis

From Scientific Discovery to Commercial Product in 10 Easy Steps: The Case of CD163 and PRRS Vacccines


Roy Curtiss, PHD

Department of Infectious Diseases & Immunology

University of Florida Gainsville

“Converting a pathogen to become a servant

Vaccine Discovery and Development – from Lab to Market Place


Doug Gladue

USDA, ARS

Advances in African swine fever live-attenuated vaccines


Shawn Bearson, PHD

Research Microbiologist

USDA, ARS

DIVA vaccine cross-protects against Salmonella serovars in food animals


Larry Glickman, VMD, DrPH

Professor Emeritus

Department of Comparative Pathobiology

College of Veterinary Medicine

Purdue University

Utilizing big data in veterinary medicine


Alan Beck, ScD

College of Veterinary Medicine

Purdue University

The Biology of the Human-Animal Bond


Charlene Edinboro, DVM, PhD

Exponent

“Small Animals – Big Data!”

George Moore, PhD

Purdue University

“Big Data (Big Benefits or Big Obstacles?)”

Dr. Raymond R. R. (Bob) Rowland

Professor and Head, Department of Pathobiology

College of Veterinary Medicine

University of Illinois

Novel tools for ASF control and prevention: 7 years’ research in Kansas Biosecurity Research Institute

Scott Dee, DVM, MS, PhD

Director of Pipestone Applied Research

Pipestone Veterinary Services

The risk of feed for viral transport and transmission: What do we know and what can we do

Paul Sundberg, DVM, PhD, DACVPM

Executive Director

Swine Health Information Center

ASF: US prevention, preparedness and response

Waithaka Mwangi, PhD

College of Veterinary Medicine

Kansas State University

Prospects for an African Swine Fever Virus Subunit DIVA Vaccine


Cyril G. Gay, DVM, PhD

Senior National Program Leader, Animal Production and Protection

USDA-ARS

” The U.S. National Biodefense Strategy for developing veterinary countermeasures to prepare and respond to biological threat agents.”


John H. Wycoff III

Director of BioMARC

Colorado State University