July 19-20 | Omaha, NE
WHAT: The Iowa Biotechnology Association (IowaBio) and the Bio Nebraska Life Sciences Association (Bio Nebraska) are proud to announce the inaugural Animal Health In the Heartland: Biotechnology’s Role in Emergency Preparedness symposium.
WHERE: Sorrell Center, University of Nebraska Health Center, Ohmaha, NE
WHEN: July 19-20, 2016
WHO: Steve Holzhauer
WHY: Recent outbreaks of Avian Influenza (AIV) and Porcine Epidemic Diarrhea Virus (PEDV) have had serious consequences in our Heartland region, impacting animal health, human health, animal producers, the encompassing agriculture industry, and the overall economy both domestic and abroad. These were not the first diseases emerging in the region, and will certainly not be the last.
Biotechnology’s Role in Emergency Preparedness symposium promises to offer key state and industry leaders the opportunity to discuss solutions for animal health preparedness. Our goal is to create an annual event where industry, academia and government sector leaders can interface to address the world’s most foremost animal health issues, collaborate, and solve problems.
Please join EUA's team to talk about the opportunities EUA has to offer!