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Professor Mark Eisler

Professor Mark Eisler

Professor Mark Eisler
BA, VetMB, MSc, PhD, MRCVS, DipEVPC

Chair in Global Farm Animal Health

Area of research

Global Farm Animal Health

Churchill Building,
Langford, Bristol BS40 5DU
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Tel. +44 (0) 117 928 9233

Research summary

Mark's areas of expertise include preventive veterinary medicine, epidemiology and control of infectious diseases of ruminant livestock, and veterinary public health, both in the UK and internationally, focussing particularly but not exclusively on vector-borne and parasitic disease.

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He has conducted research in the field of international animal health, including zoonotic diseases, and held a number of large collaborative grant awards. His main research interests are diagnosis, epidemiology and control of diseases of farmed livestock of economic importance. Three major research themes have included control of neglected zoonotic diseases, integrated control of vector-borne diseases and trypanocidal drug resistance. Earlier research ...

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Biography

Teaches
BVSc Veterinary Science

Mark qualified as a veterinary surgeon at the University of Cambridge in 1984, obtained an MSc in Tropical Veterinary Science at the Edinburgh Centre for Tropical Veterinary Medicine (CTVM) in 1988, and a PhD on African bovine trypanosomiasis at the University of Glasgow in 1994.  He was a foundation diplomate of the European Veterinary Parasitology College at its inception in 2003.

Mark has worked in general veterinary practice, in the UK State Veterinary Service, in universities, research institutes and international agencies, and has over twenty years’ experience working in veterinary medicine in the UK and ...

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Selected publications

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Recent publications

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