• The EpiCentre

    providing world-class research, service and teaching in epidemiology, biosecurity and public health

  • The EpiCentre

    providing world-class research, service and teaching in epidemiology, biosecurity and public health

  • The EpiCentre

    providing world-class research, service and teaching in epidemiology, biosecurity and public health

The EpiCentre

The EpiCentre at Massey University, New Zealand, is the largest veterinary epidemiology training and research centre in Australasia, and is widely considered to be one of the leading groups in the world. The EpiCentre offers expertise in the understanding and control of disease in animal populations, the transmission of disease from animals to humans, and hazards in food of animal origin. The group is distinguished by its commitment to long-term research goals and its innovative uses of epidemiological techniques in research and problem-solving.



Tim Carpenter presented with UC Davis Award

Tim Carpenter, Professor of Veterinary Epidemiology and Infectious Diseases , Massey University was selected by his alma mater, the School of Veterinary Medicine at the University of California, Davis, to receive the 2015 Alumni Achievement Award.

The Alumni Achievement Award is the highest honour bestowed by the school , and recognizes Tim's exemplary achievements and contributions over four decades to veterinary medical research, teaching and mentoring of students and colleagues.

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OIE Collaborating Centre 

The EpiCentre, mEpiLab and China Animal Health and Epidemiology Center (CAHEC) have been recognised by the World Assembly of the World Organisation for Animal Health (OIE) as a Collaborating Centre for Veterinary Epidemiology and Public Health.

Collaborating centres provide scientific expertise and excellence in specific designated fields of competence and are consulted by the OIE to provide specialised input, advice or opinion.

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Researcher awarded supervisor medal

Professor Cord Heuer was awarded the 2014 Massey University Research Medal –Supervisor. The award acknowledges the high quality research supervision Professor Heuer has provided over the past 10 years at Massey University.

He has supervised 26 PhD students, as well as 34 master's, honours and diploma students. His research focus has been on infectious diseases, primarily Johne’s disease and leptospirosis, of both humans and livestock

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