PCV3 — An Emerging Disease? webinar on May 9PCV3 — An Emerging Disease? webinar on May 9
Bailey Arruda, diagnostic pathologist, will discuss what is being seen in the field as well as the potential impact to producers, veterinarians and industry.
May 1, 2019
Is porcine circovirus 3 an emerging disease? What role is PCV3 playing in the disease complex on my farm? Both are common questions in the swine industry today, and Bailey Arruda, a pathologist from Iowa State University’s Veterinary Diagnostic Laboratory, will give her diagnostic perspective during a 1 p.m. May 9 webinar.
During this one-hour video webinar “PCV3 — An Emerging Disease?”, Arruda will discuss what is being seen in the field as well as the potential impact to producers, veterinarians and industry.
This webinar, sponsored by Merck Animal Health and presented by National Hog Farmer, is part of the Science Talks. webinar series. Also to be covered:
Key findings of PCV3’s role in disease in sow reproduction, piglets and growing pigs.
Classification of PCV3 as an emerging disease
Current diagnostic capabilities as well as future opportunities
Application of our industry’s PCV2 knowledge and how we can apply it to PCV3
Arruda is a diagnostic pathologist at the ISU VDL. Her interests include infectious diseases of swine. Her primary expertise is in pathology and pathogenesis of and diagnostic assay development for infectious diseases. Her current research focuses on PCV3 and atypical porcine pestivirus. National Hog Farmer’s Senior Staff Writer Kevin Schulz will moderate this event.
Click here to register for the PCV3 — An Emerging Disease? webinar on May 9.
Through this same registration link, you may also sign up for the on-demand version of the first webinar in the Science Talks. webinar series, “PCV2 — Where are we at today?” which was originally broadcast April 24.
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