Local health informatics expert making a global impact

    Local health informatics expert making a global impact

    Years ago, Dr. Theresa Bernardo received a call from a colleague in the Caribbean asking about the safety of live animal imports from Europe. Little did she know that answering that request would lead to the launch of a multi-lingual database and mapping system to track the global spread of animal diseases.

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    Traditional grazing practice a win-win for community and cattle

    Traditional grazing practice a win-win for community and cattle

    A challenging winter landscape hardened with cliffs, caves and archaeological rock formations on Ireland's rugged west coast is not where you'd expect to graze cattle – but for ecological restoration and preservation, livestock are precisely what this area needs, says a U of G anthropology researcher.

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