in foods, methods for detection and enumeration of foodborne pathogenic bacteria, and the detoxification of aflatoxins.
Corrie C. Brown is a Professor and Coordinator of International Activities in the College of Veterinary Medicine, University of Georgia. Her research interests include emerging diseases and the pathogenesis of infectious disease in food-producing animals, through the use of immunohistochemistry and in situ hybridization.
Michael L. Bunning, LTC, Biomedical Science Corps, United States Air Force, is currently serving as the Department of Defense liaison to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. His scientific interests include epidemiology and complex humanitarian disasters.
Philip Corrigan is the Veterinary Counselor at the Embassy of Australia in Washington, representing the Australian Federal Department of Agriculture in the Americas. He has wide experience in food animal veterinary practice, management of national animal health programs, and in the facilitation of international trade in agricultural products, particularly dealing with export/import, World Trade Organization, and sanitary and phytosanitary issues.
Peter Eyre is the Dean of Virginia-Maryland Regional College of Veterinary Medicine. He frequently speaks at professional veterinary association meetings and universities around the nation concerning curricular reforms that promote the economic well-being of the profession of veterinary medicine.
William D. Hueston is the Director for the Center for Animal Health and Food Safety, an interdisciplinary initiative linking the College of Veterinary Medicine; School of Public Health; and College of Agriculture, Food, and Environmental Sciences at the University of Minnesota. His expertise is in epidemiology and animal health, especially domestic and foreign animal disease control and monitoring, and in food safety risk analysis.
David King is the Chief Scientific Advisor to the British Government and Head of the U.K. Office of Science and Technology. He was instrumental in controlling the foot-and-mouth disease outbreak in February 2001, and has also worked on issues including climate change, energy research, and BSE. He oversees science advice across the British government, as well as provides of scientific counsel to the Prime Minister.
Thomas McManus is a cattle farmer from Belleek, Co. Fermanagh, Northern Ireland. He owns 42 hectares in Northern Ireland and 30 hectares in Southern