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Organisation Reference Centers for Epidemiology and Animal Health (USDA)
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This web-link has been created as part of the "Foot-and-Mouth Disease" and "Managing for West Nile Virus Infection in the USA" Wildpro module. Consult the Specific Section References at the end of this page for related links.

The following link connects to the main West Nile virus section:


The information below is taken directly from the Centers for Epidemiology and Animal Health (USDA) Website.

Centers for Epidemiology & Animal Health
An OIE Collaborating Center USDA

The CEAH Mission 

CEAHproduces timely, factual information and knowledge about animal health. With a view to the future, CEAH explores and analyzes animal health and related agricultural issues to facilitate informed decision-making in government and industry.

CEAH also partners with the Office International des Epizooties (OIE) and its member countries to improve international disease surveillance capabilities and analytic methods supporting trade decisions.

CEAH has a multidisciplinary staff that includes agriculture economists, spatial analysts, GIS and computer specialists, veterinary epidemiologists, technical writer/editors, and data managers.

In order to accomplish our mission we:

  • Partner with our customers and colleagues to provide quality and timely products, services and support.
  • Promote individual growth and encourage creativity.
  • Continually research the benefits of new technology.
  • Remain responsive to a changing global environment and its opportunities.
  • Expand our customer base in animal health and actively seek new clients within the APHIS community.
  • Support international trade and emergency responsiveness.
  • Motivate our team.
Dates Referenced June 2001
Contact Details Centers for Epidemiology and Animal Health
555 South Howes
Suite 200
Fort Collins
Colorado 80521
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Specific References (Please note - website addresses change frequently and all references are dated accordingly. If hyperlinks are no longer active, please inform us)

Reference Section of Website Specific Website link
W46.Jun01.sib1 Refers to a ".pdf" document:

Foot-and-Mouth Disease: Sources of Outbreaks and Hazard Categorization of Modes of Virus Transmission.

December 1994


(Then use the "search" function to find the document)

W46.Nov01.WNV1 West Nile Virus in Equids in the North Eastern United States in 2000 http://www.aphis.usda.gov/vs/ceah/wnvreport.pdf

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