Managing Animal Mortalities, Products, By-Products, & Associated Health Risks: Connecting Research, Regulations, and Responses

About the Symposium

Managing animal tissue (mortalities, products and by-products) is a significant challenge and a major responsibility for emergency and routine production of animals. Disease containment strategies (i.e., 3D or depopulation, disposal and decontamination) are critical protocols needed to protect humans and animals globally against high consequence diseases.

Who Should Attend

Please join us September 28-October 1, 2015, at the Lancaster Marriott at Penn Square for the 5th International Symposium on Managing Animal Mortalities, Products, By-Products & Associated Risks : Connecting Research, Regulations, & Responses in Lancaster, Pennsylvania. The international symposium is an excellent opportunity to learn about the latest research, educational programs, and technologies available for disinfection, decontamination, depopulation, and disposal. Those who should attend include:

  • Federal and state government stakeholders
  • Veterinarians
  • Academic researchers
  • Extension educators
  • Food and agriculture emergency managers
  • Public health managers
  • Food animal processors
  • Renderers and composters

The Symposium also serves as an opportunity to learn about managing animal tissue (mortalities, products, and by-products) research and education programs. Those who should attend include:

  • Students conducting graduate research carcass disposal, disinfection, and disposal
  • Researchers and educators from academic institutions
  • Anyone interested in research and education to manage mortalities for nuclear disasters, chemical containment of feed, natural disasters, and high consequence livestock diseases

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