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  1. Broadleaf Weeds, Frost Injury and Disease Highlights

    https://turfdisease.osu.edu/news/broadleaf-weeds-frost-injury-and-disease-highlights

    turf. However, if lawns are known to be susceptible to leaf spots and the disease progresses and becomes ... been noted. This is a temporary situation and with several mowings the lawns will appear normal again. ... Disease Highlights At this time most lawns have shown significant or full recovery from snow mold damage ...

  2. TARTARE: The Assessment and Management of Risk from Non-typhoidal Salmonella, Diarrheagenic Escherichia coli and Campylobacter in Raw Beef and Dairy in Ethiopia

    https://foodsafety.osu.edu/research/international-research-shifting-food-safety-paradigm/tartare

    Click here for more photos 2022 TARTARE Update: We currently have 6 studies in the field in 3 of ... information to be presented. Foodborne diseases are important public health problems in developing countries, ... Even so, the burden of foodborne disease and its impact on development is not well investigated in low ...

  3. Student Practicums and Internships

    https://foodsafety.osu.edu/food-safety-education/student-practicums-and-internships

    impact of culture-independent diagnostic tests on foodborne disease surveillance Participating in ...

  4. Rust is occurring several months earlier than normal

    https://turfdisease.osu.edu/news/rust-occurring-several-months-earlier-normal

    conditions this disease does not kill turf. But what has been normal so far this year? View the updated rust ... Due to mild winter weather conditions the disease called RUST is active on lawns. This disease has ... Facility for over a week. In most “normal” years this foliar blighting disease does not start showing up ...

  5. Seleshe Nigatu Woldegebreal

    https://foodsafety.osu.edu/people/seleshe-nigatu-woldegebreal

    interface (zoonoses) and food-borne diseases, their epidemiology, and drug sensitivity patterns. He has also ... diseases. Dr. Seleshe is an active member of the Ethiopian Veterinary Association, Ethiopian Public Health ...

  6. Mo and Linda Saif Selected as Inaugural Fellows of the Conference of Research Workers in Animal Diseases

    https://ansci.osu.edu/news/mo-and-linda-saif-selected-inaugural-fellows-conference-research-workers-animal-diseases

    Diseases (CRWAD) Fellows, they are being recognized for their distinguished research careers, ability to ... literature in animal health and disease, population health, and translational medicine.  They have made ... at the 2021 Conference of Research Workers in Animal Diseases on December 6, 2021 in Chicago, ...

  7. Ohio Department of Agriculture Names Dr. Kristy Shaw as Emergency Preparedness and Disease Programs Coordinator

    https://ansci.osu.edu/news/ohio-department-agriculture-names-dr-kristy-shaw-emergency-preparedness-and-disease-programs

    of Meat Inspection.  Dr. Shaw began her new role as Emergency Preparedness and Disease Programs ... role in coordinating all animal disease programs for the agency. ...

  8. Northwest Agricultural Research Station

    https://oardc.osu.edu/facility/northwest-agricultural-research-station

    disease management are an important part of the Northwest Station's research program. Flat, high-clay ... soils drain slowly, providing and optimum breeding ground for soil-borne diseases. As a result, ... management of these diseases is vital to profitable crop production in northwest Ohio. Researchers continue ...

  9. SHARE: Developing Methods for Assessing the Public Health Impact of Foodborne Illness Using Electronic Medical Records

    https://foodsafety.osu.edu/research/share

    been widely used for foodborne disease. SHARE is using electronic medical record data from the Ohio ... State Health Care System to improve our understanding of diagnostic practices around foodborne disease ... , the trends in incidence of foodborne disease in Ohio, and the risk of developing long-term health ...

  10. Gendered Data Collection

    https://foodsafety.osu.edu/node/357

    the likelihood of risk of food borne diseases by gender and aids in the creation of interventions to ...

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