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Dr. Amjad Khan

Dr. Amjad Khan
UVAS, Lahore, Pakistan


Book?s publication: International Level 1. The Climate Change and Health Status of Livestock. (Publishing Org: LAMBERT Academic Publishing, Germany) (ISN: 978-3-659-52318-2) National level 1. Pillars of Epidemiology (University of Veterinary and Animal Sciences, Lahore) 2. Tools of Epidemiology (University of Veterinary and Animal Sciences, Lahore) M. Phil Research project Comparing diseases Severity and other Health Problems of major dairy animals through active surveillance in different ecological clusters Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Province. PhD Research project 1. Molecular characterization of H3N8 virus in KPK, Pakistan. 2. Risk factors analysis of equine influenza in equine population of KPK. 3. Seroprevalence of Equine influenza in KPK (Pakistan). 4. Zoonotic aspect of equine influenza virus subtype H3N8. 5. Inter and intra species investigation for transmission of H3N8 6. Wild species screening for Influenza viruses

Research Interest

Epidemiological surveys of infectious disease and their control strategies. Molecular characterization and evolution of influenza viruses.