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Natascha Meunier

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Current Research Interests

I am currently working on a project focussing on the management of free-roaming dog populations in India, in conjunction with the Worldwide Veterinary Service and Mission Rabies charities. I continue to have an interest in the epidemiology of infectious diseases with a focus on zoonotic diseases.

 

Biography

I graduated as a veterinarian from Pretoria University and worked for a number of years in disease control in the state service and mixed private practice in South Africa. I completed an MSc in Epidemiology from Utrecht University, followed by a PhD from the Royal Veterinary College on a Bloomsbury Colleges fellowship. I am currently a resident in the European College of Veterinary Public Health. My previous work looked at Mycobacterium bovis infection in African buffalo and cattle at the wildlife-livestock interface, and Lyme's disease in the Netherlands.

Research outputs

  1. Randomised trial of perioperative tramadol for canine sterilisation pain management

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  2. A comparison of population estimation techniques for individually unidentifiable free-roaming dogs

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  3. Reproducibility of the mark-resight method to assess vaccination coverage in free-roaming dogs

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