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Maria Flaminia wins Young scientist award 2018
Congratulations to Maria Flaminia Persichetti for winning the ABCD & Boehringer Ingelheim Young Scientist Award 2018! Maria Flaminia (Istituto Zooprofilattico Sperimentale in Sicily), will receive the award during this year's ISFM congress, for her work on Feline Vector Borne Diseases in southern Italy.
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EDITORIAL JUNE 2018
Upon a joint initiative of veterinary clinicians, scientists and an industry sponsor, the Advisory Board on Cat Diseases (ABCD) has been constituted. In 2005, ABCD held its first meeting in Lyon, France. Its objectives are to communicate scientific developments in feline infectious diseases, to establish a rational base for vaccine use and for disease prevention and control in the cat and to publish its conclusions for the companion animal practitioners’ scene. It is achieving this goal by organizing conventions, at which specific issues are scheduled, discussed and agreed upon. The objective is to define a code of practice that reflects the present state of knowledge on infectious diseases of the cat.
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