David HaymanProfessor of Infectious Disease Ecology
Massey University, New Zealand
I am a Professor of Infectious Disease Ecology at Massey University, New Zealand. I study infectious diseases, with a particular focus on zoonoses and wildlife diseases. I co-direct the Molecular Epidemiology & Public Health Laboratory at Massey University, one of 7 research teams in the School of Veterinary Sciences. Our team is a World Organization for Animal Health (OIE) Collaborating Centre for Veterinary Epidemiology & Public Health. I am also Director of Massey University’s virtual Infectious Disease Research Centre (IDReC) that links infectious disease researchers across the university. I have a Veterinary degree from University of Edinburgh, a Conservation Biology MSc from DICE from the University of Kent, and a PhD from University of Cambridge.
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