Zoonoses Report 2020 focuses on emerging zoonoses
The COVID-19 pandemic and the outbreak of the West Nile Virus in 2020 show that so-called emerging zoonoses pose a risk to the Netherlands.
Each year, at the request of the Netherlands Food and Consumer Product Safety Authority, RIVM prepares an overview of the most important zoonoses and indicates their prevalence in the Netherlands.
The focus of our annual report State of Zoonotic Diseases 2018 is prevention, with the emphasis on the production chains of foods of animal origin.
Would you like to collaborate in an international laboratory network of hepatitis E virus (HEV) experts performing supranational studies and are you able to share HEV sequences in a shared reposito
Research by RIVM shows that the participants in the so-called tROM project, their supervisors and other people involved may have been exposed to chromium-6.
On the 4th and 5th of June 2018, an expert meeting was held at RIVM to redefine and prioritise the topics for One Health research and integrative activities in Europe.
RIVM research reveals that people who eat meat regularly do not carry ESBLs more frequently than vegetarians.
Today Barbara Schimmer will be defending her PhD dissertation entitled The Q fever epidemic in the Netherlands in a One Health context, at Utrecht University.
RIVM, Wageningen Bioveterinary Research (WBVR) and the Netherlands Centre for One Health (NCOH) are involved in a recently granted One Health European Joint Programme which will start in January 20