Dr Osama Ahmed Hassan Ahmed | Epidemiologist, Center for Global Health, Department of Community Medicine and Global Health
University of Oslo

Dr Osama Ahmed Hassan Ahmed, Epidemiologist, Center for Global Health, Department of Community Medicine and Global Health, University of Oslo

Dr. Osama Ahmed Hassan Ahmed is an infectious disease epidemiologist with main interest on “The One Health approach”, holding MSc and PhD in Epidemiology and public Health from Umea University, Sweden and Veterinary Science degree from University of Nyala, Sudan. His interest and experience include epidemiologic methods, the One Health surveillance, risk analysis, zoonotic outbreak investigations and response as well as International Health Regulations (IHR) related to zoonotic transboundary diseases. He has recently been deployed as UN/FAO consultant epidemiologist to confront Rift Valley fever outbreak in West Africa. Now he is Postodctoral Fellow of "One Health" at Center for Global Health, Department of Community Medicine and Global Health, Instiute of Health and Society,  Faculty of Medicine, Oslo University, Norway.

Appearances:



Day 1 Oct 10th Veterinary @ 16:45

New insight and the challenges associated with the prevention and control of Rift Valley fever

 
  • New research and new data updates
  • The significant role of early detection, notification and information sharing during transboundary disease outbreak
  • Discussing the need to employ a “One Health” approach and update on recent efforts to control the recent outbreak of RVF in West Africa using the One Health approach
  • Reassessing the current vaccination strategy for RVF

Day One 10th Oct Human, Vet, Immune @ 16:45

New insight and the challenges associated with the prevention and control of Rift Valley fever

 
  • New research and new data updates
  • The significant role of early detection, notification and information sharing during transboundary disease outbreak
  • Discussing the need to employ a “One Health” approach and update on recent efforts to control the recent outbreak of RVF in West Africa using the One Health approach
  • Reassessing the current vaccination strategy for RVF

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