We have focused our work mostly in the following
- We develop new and improved vaccination strategies for their
use in animals and humans
- We create novel tools for the diagnosis of infectious agents
that can be applied under resource-limited settings
- We study the mechanisms of Brucella host agent
- We investigate the emergence and re-emergence of brucellosis
- We generate capacity building at national and international
levels not only for students, scientists and professionals but also
for animal workers in rural communities across the globe.
We have a strong interest in “Global One Health” that is
supported by continued and on-going international collaborations
with countries where brucellosis is endemic including Africa and
South America. Generating capacities in collaboration with other
stakeholders and partners at the national and international level
has been a priority of our group.