Eric Fevre

Eric Fevre

Professor of Veterinary Infectious Diseases, Institute of Infection and Global Health, University of Liverpool and Jointly Appointed Principal Scientist, ILRI

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Related Publications

Prevalence and antimicrobial resistance of Escherichia coli O157:H7 and Salmonella, and the prevalence of Staphylococcus aureus in dairy cattle and camels under pastoral production system

  • Hunduma, D.
  • Amenu, Kebede
  • Desta, Hiwot
  • Grace, Delia
  • Agga, G.E.
  • Dego, O.K.

Seroprevalence and related risk factors of Brucella spp. in livestock and humans in Garbatula subcounty, Isiolo county, Kenya

  • Mwatondo, Athman
  • Muturi, Mathew
  • Akoko, James M.
  • Nyamota, Richard
  • Nthiwa, D.
  • Maina, J.
  • Omolo, J.
  • Gichuhi, S.
  • Mureithi, M.W.
  • Bett, Bernard K.

Training material on preventing and controlling camelpox for pastoralists

  • Berhanu, Dagim
  • Lemma, Mamusha
  • Gizaw, Solomon
  • Knight-Jones, Theodore J.D.

Draft genome sequences of Enterococcus faecium, Enterococcus gallinarum, and Lactococcus lactis strains isolated from a mastitis-infected camel in Isiolo County, Kenya

  • Maichomo, M.
  • Gachogo, R.
  • Masila, E.
  • Ogali, I.
  • Otieno, L.
  • Langat, N.
  • Onywera, R.
  • Malonza, V.
  • Inguyesi, C.
  • Onyambu, F.
  • Gicheru, Nimmo
  • Wesonga, H.
  • Murungi, E.

Prevalence of brucellosis in livestock keepers and domestic ruminants in Baringo County, Kenya

  • Lokamar, P.N.
  • Kutwah, M.A.
  • Munde, E.O.
  • Oloo, D.
  • Atieli, H.
  • Gumo, S.
  • Akoko, James M.
  • Ouma, C.

A shift from cattle to camel and goat farming can sustain milk production with lower inputs and emissions in north sub-Saharan Africa’s drylands

  • Rahimi, Jaber
  • Fillol, Erwann
  • Mutua, John Y.
  • Cinardi, Giuseppina
  • Robinson, Timothy P.
  • Notenbaert, An Maria Omer
  • Ericksen, Polly J.
  • Graham, Michael W.
  • Butterbach-Bahl, Klaus