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    'Staff publications' is the digital repository of Wageningen University & Research

    'Staff publications' contains references to publications authored by Wageningen University staff from 1976 onward.

    Publications authored by the staff of the Research Institutes are available from 1995 onwards.

    Full text documents are added when available. The database is updated daily and currently holds about 240,000 items, of which 72,000 in open access.

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Genetic resistance to transmissible spongiform encephalopathies (TSE) in goats
Ricci, A. ; Allende, A. ; Bolton, A. ; Chemaly, Marianne ; Davies, R. ; Fernandez Escamez, Pablo Salvador ; Girones, R. ; Herman, L. ; Koutsoumanis, K. ; Lindqvist, R. ; Norrung, Birgit ; Robertson, L.W. ; Ru, G. ; Sanaa, M. ; Skandamis, P.N. ; Speybroeck, Niko ; Simmons, Marion ; Kuile, Benno Ter; Threlfall, John ; Wahlstrom, H. ; Acutis, P.L. ; Andreoletti, O. ; Goldmann, Wilfred ; Langeveld, J. ; Windig, J.J. ; Palaez, A.O. ; Snary, E. - \ 2017
EFSA Journal 15 (2017)8. - ISSN 1831-4732 - 8 p.
Epidemic Threats to the European Union: Expert Views on Six Virus Groups
Kelly, L. ; Brouwer, A. ; Wilson, A. ; Gale, P. ; Snary, E. ; Ross, D. ; Vos, C.J. de - \ 2013
Transboundary and Emerging Diseases 60 (2013)4. - ISSN 1865-1674 - p. 360 - 369.
swine-fever virus - mouth-disease - risk - impact
In recent years, several animal disease epidemics have occurred within the European Union (EU). At the 4th Annual Meeting of the EPIZONE network (7-10 June 2010, St. Malo, France), an interactive session was run to elicit the opinions of delegates on a pre-defined list of epidemic threats to the EU. Responses from over 190 delegates, to questions relating to impact and likelihood, were used to rank six virus groups with respect to their perceived threat now (2010) and in 2020. The combined opinions of all delegates suggested that, from the pre-selected list of virus groups, foot-and-mouth disease and influenza are currently of most concern. Delegates thought that influenza would be less of a threat and zoonotic arboviruses would be more of a threat in 2020. Although the virus group rankings should not be taken as definitive, the results could be used in conjunction with experimental and field data, by scientists, policy-makers and stakeholders when assessing and managing risks associated with these virus groups.
Epidemic threats to the european Union: Prediction, prevention and control: results from an interactive question session
Kelly, L. ; Vos-de Jong, C.J. de; Brouwer, A. ; Wilson, A. ; Snary, E. ; Gale, P. - \ 2010
Towards an integrated approach in supporting microbiological food safety decisions
Havelaar, A.H. ; Bräunig, J. ; Christiansen, K. ; Cornu, M. ; Hald, T. ; Mangen, M.J.J. ; Molbak, K. ; Pielaat, A. ; Snary, E. ; Pelt, W. van; Velthuis, A.G.J. ; Wahlström, H. - \ 2007
Zoonoses and Public Health 54 (2007)3. - ISSN 1863-1959 - p. 103 - 117.
quantitative risk-assessment - salmonella-enteritidis - united-states - campylobacter - netherlands - population - infections - disease - chickens - england
Decisions on food safety involve consideration of a wide range of concerns including the public health impact of foodborne illness, the economic importance of the agricultural sector and the food industry, and the effectiveness and efficiency of interventions. To support such decisions, we propose an integrated scientific approach combining veterinary and medical epidemiology, risk assessment for the farm-to-fork food chain as well as agricultural and health economy. Scientific advice is relevant in all stages of the policy cycle: to assess the magnitude of the food safety problem, to define the priorities for action, to establish the causes for the problem, to choose between different control options, to define targets along the food chain and to measure success.
Integrating risk assessment, epidemiology and economics to support decision making in food safety
Havelaar, A.H. ; Bräunig, J. ; Christiansen, K. ; Cornu, M. ; Hald, T. ; Mangen, M.J.J. ; Molbak, K. ; Pielaat, A. ; Snary, E. ; Boven, R.M. van; Pelt, W. van; Velthuis, A.G.J. ; Wahlstrom, H. - \ 2006
Surry United Kingdom : EU (Med-Vet-Net 06-001) - 78 p.
Integration of economic modeling and pre-harvest microbial risk assessment
Fo Wong, D.M.A. Lo; Evers, E.G. ; Mangen, M.J.J. ; Noremark, M. ; Snary, E. ; Stellbrink, E. ; Velthuis, A.G.J. - \ 2006
Surry, United Kingdom : EU (Report / Med-Vet-Net no. 06-003) - 27
economie - risico - risicoschatting - voedselveiligheid - volksgezondheid - diergezondheid - kosten-batenanalyse - zoönosen - veterinaire producten - dierlijke productie - economische modellen - ketenmanagement - economics - risk - risk assessment - food safety - public health - animal health - cost benefit analysis - zoonoses - veterinary products - animal production - economic models - supply chain management
Evaluation of Modelling Techniques and Approaches for Pre-harvest Microbial Risk Assessment
Wong, D. ; Boven, R.M. van; Clough, H. ; Evers, E.G. ; Greiner, M. ; Havelaar, A. ; Little, Ch. ; Nöremark, M. ; Snary, E. - \ 2006
Soborg - Denemarken : Med Vet Net (Report / Med Vet Net no. 06-004) - 69
microbiële besmetting - risicoschatting - diergezondheid - ziektemodellen - voedselveiligheid - zoönosen - ziekten overgebracht door voedsel - volksgezondheid - epidemiologie - microbial contamination - risk assessment - animal health - disease models - food safety - zoonoses - foodborne diseases - public health - epidemiology
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