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George Gunn

Prof

  • 10 Inverness Campus, SRUC,

    IV2 5NA Inverness

    United Kingdom

1993 …2022
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2018

An innovative surveillance analysis tool for outcome-based comparison of freedom from infection in heterogeneous control programmes

Santmann, I., Fourichon, C., Madouasse, A., Mercat, M., More, S., Graham, D., Gethmann, J., Sauter-Louis, C., Frossling, J., Lindberg, A., Correia-Gomes, C., Gunn, GJ., Henry, MK., Nielen, M., van Roon, A., van Duijn, L. & van Schaik, G., Nov 2018, p. 142. 1 p.

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Detection of BVD herd management changes using model-based clustering of BVD antibody dynamics

Eze, IJ., Innocent, GT., Adam, K., Huntley, S. & Gunn, GJ., Nov 2018, p. 106. 1 p.

Research output: Contribution to conferenceAbstract

Estimating antimicrobial usage in Scottish beef and dairy herds from veterinary sales data

Humphry, RW., Henry, MK., Reeves, A., Correia-Gomes, C., Gunn, GJ., Smith, R., Innocent, GT. & Tongue, SC., Nov 2018, p. 377. 1 p.

Research output: Contribution to conferenceAbstract

Evaluating sensitivity of surveillance strategies for the detection of proliferative gill disease (PGD) in Atlantic salmon in Scotland

Boerlage, AS., Herrero, A., Thompson, KD., Rodger, H., Dagleish, MP., Eze, IJ., Gunn, GJ. & Reeves, A., Nov 2018, p. 222. 1 p.

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Exploring management practices and attitudes towards biosecurity of small-scale poultry and pig keepers

Correia-Gomes, C., Auty, HK., Henry, MK., Sparks, NHC. & Gunn, GJ., Nov 2018, p. 112. 1 p.

Research output: Contribution to conferenceAbstract

Moving sheep towards improved surveillance design - a case of resistance

Stirling, JM., Tongue, SC., Murray, S., Evans, J., Webster, C., Reeves, A., Gunn, GJ., Horne, J. & Foster, G., Nov 2018, p. 346. 1 p.

Research output: Contribution to conferenceAbstract

Qualitative comparison of BVDV control programmes in Europe to substantiate freedom from infection

van Roon, A., Santmann, I., Graham, D., More, S., Nielen, M., van Duijn, L., Mercat, M., Fourichon, C., Madouasse, A., Gethmann, J., Sauter-Louis, C., Frossling, J., Lindberg, A., Correia-Gomes, C., Gunn, GJ., Henry, MK. & van Schaik, G., Nov 2018, p. 141. 1 p.

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The British E.coli O157 in Cattle Study (BECS): more than just prevalence estimates - implications for veterinary public health

Tongue, SC., Henry, MK., Evans, J., Webster, C., McCann, CM., Humphry, RW., Reeves, A., Gunn, GJ., Innocent, GT., McKendrick I, J., Allison, L., Hanson, M., Dallman, T., Jenkins, C. & Chase-Topping, ME., Nov 2018, p. 369. 1 p.

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2015
2 Citations (Scopus)

Dynamic drivers of disease in the Scottish livestock sector: an application of a multi-sector, spatial partial equilibrium model

Toma, L., Rich, KM., Bessell, P., Reeves, A., McKendrick, I., Bronsvoort, M., Boden, L., Auty, HK., Stott, AW. & Gunn, GJ., Nov 2015, p. 228. 1 p.

Research output: Contribution to conferenceAbstract

How would classical swine fever spread in Great Britain? Data fit and predictions

Porphyre, T., Gamado, K., Correia-Gomes, C., Reeves, A., Auty, HK., Gunn, GJ., Marion, G. & Woolhouse, MEJ., Nov 2015, p. 34. 1 p.

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