Dr Arnaud Bataille | Researcher in Virology
C.I.R.A.D.

Dr Arnaud Bataille, Researcher in Virology, C.I.R.A.D.

Arnaud Bataille has obtained his PhD at the University of Leeds (UK) on population genetics and disease ecology. He has worked in multiple countries (Ecuador, Netherlands, South Korea) on the evolutionary and ecological processes associated with animal disease emergence before joining CIRAD (Montpellier, France) in November 2015. His work focuses principally on the Peste des Petits Ruminants virus (PPRV). He investigates the transmission and evolutionary dynamics of PPRV with the aim of elaborating better control strategies. Within the PPR research team lead by Genevieve Libeau, he contributes to the development of new diagnostic tools and of vaccines against PPR. He is deputy head of OIE/FAO and EU reference laboratories for PPR.

Appearances:



Day 3 Oct 12th Veterinary @ 10:10

Peste des Petits Ruminants: state of affairs and the road towards eradication

  • Review of our knowledge of PPR epidemiology and the threat of this disease to Europe
  • Recent and on-going research of major importance for the success of the eradication, notably on vaccine development
  • Major gaps in our knowledge of this disease and how those could hinder the global eradication effort

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