A small herd of cows

OHA investigator Shahista Nisa from Massey University’s Infectious Diseases Research Centre (IDReC) has been in a New Zealand Herald article on leptospirosis.

Dr Nisa is currently leading a study to investigate the emerging sources and pathways for leptospirosis, with the aim to measure the severity of the disease in New Zealanders, how long it lasts and the best use of animal vaccination and personal protective equipment in order to prevent infection.

Read the article: Hawke’s Bay people most at risk from potentially deadly ‘dairy farm fever’

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