Conference of Research Workers in Animal Diseases (CRWAD)

The Conference of Research Workers in Animal Diseases (CRWAD) was established in 1920. CRWAD is a non-profit organization and has been so since its origin.

Conference of Research Workers in Animal Diseases (CRWAD) The sole purpose of CRWAD is to discuss and disseminate the most current research advances in animal diseases.

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There is an annual meeting each November or December where research scientists from around the world present their recent research in oral or poster presentation formats. The meeting averages 550 in attendance, and 325 presentations.

Graduate students, and industry and academic professionals present and discuss the most recent advances on subjects of interest to the CRWAD and of importance to the global livestock and companion animal industries.

The oral and poster abstracts of new and unpublished data presented at the meeting sessions are published each year in the CRWAD Proceedings. The CRWAD meeting has 9 sections for research reports: Bacterial Pathogenesis, Biosafety and Biosecurity, Epidemiology and Animal Health Economics, Food and Environmental Safety, Gastroenteric Diseases, Immunology, Respiratory Diseases, Vector-Borne and Parasitic Diseases, and Viral Pathogenesis. 


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