APHIS partnering with NAHLN

The collaboration will enhance national animal health readiness.

APHIS partners with NAHLN in a $1 million collaboration to enhance national animal health readiness. The funding supports swift investigations into unexplained morbidity or mortality events (UMEs) in animals, aiming to detect emerging threats.

Managed by Michigan State University's Veterinary Diagnostic Laboratory, the agreement will reimburse NAHLN labs for UME testing, aiding early detection of potential disease threats. APHIS, committed to safeguarding animal health, emphasizes the importance of proactive surveillance to protect public health and international trade. Stakeholders can report UME events for further testing to NAHLN laboratories.

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