Making a dog’s breakfast of a pig’s ear and other tales of health and happiness Dominic Mellor is Professor of Epidemiology and Veterinary Public Health at the University of Glasgow. He has also been Director of the EPIC Centre of Expertise on Animal Disease Outbreaks since April 2016. Most of Dominic’s career has been spent in research […]
Dominic Mellor is Professor of Epidemiology and Veterinary Public Health at the University of Glasgow. He has also been Director of the EPIC Centre of Expertise on Animal Disease Outbreaks since April 2016.
Most of Dominic’s career has been spent in research and teaching epidemiology and veterinary public health at the University of Glasgow. He joined Health Protection Scotland (HPS) in 2006 as veterinary consultant on zoonotic infections and since April 2015 he has been coordinating the animal health components of the Controlling Antimicrobial Resistance in Scotland (CARS) programme. Dominic represents HPS on the Defra Antimicrobial Resistance Co-ordination (DARC) Group and the Human Animal Infection Risk Surveillance (HAIRS) Group. He is a member of the UK Department of Health’s Advisory Committee on Dangerous Pathogens (ACDP) and is public health representative on Scotland’s Strategic Management Board for Veterinary Surveillance.
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