April 2024 SHIC eNewsletter

SHIC/AASV Webinar Will Address HPAI in Livestock and Risk to Swine

SHIC-Funded Assessment Identifies US South as Highest Risk Region for JEV Introduction and Transmission

SHIC Project Develops Japanese Encephalitis Virus Diagnostic Test for Swine

MSHMP Continues to Build Capacity with SHIC Funding per Annual Report

SHIC Global Disease Monitoring Report Renewed by Board

SHIC-funded Vehicle Movement Study Provides Insight into Risks for Swine Disease Spread

Retired SHIC Executive Director Sundberg Receives Pork Industry Honor

April Disease Monitoring Reports

SHIC Project Develops Japanese Encephalitis Virus Diagnostic Test for Swine

Japanese encephalitis virus, a transboundary emerging disease risk for US introduction, carries with it potential economic implications greater than $500 million per a recent economic assessment […]

SHIC-Funded Assessment Identifies US South as Highest Risk Region for JEV Introduction and Transmission

Global swine disease monitoring identified Japanese encephalitis virus, a transboundary disease transmitted by Culex mosquitos, as an emerging threat to the US swine industry. The 2022 […]

SHIC Shares Information with Swine Veterinarians at AASV Annual Meeting

The Swine Health Information Center continues to share information on its strategic priorities and mission to protect the health of the US swine herd with veterinarians […]

SHIC-funded Economic Assessment Estimates Production Impact of JEV Outbreak in US Swine

In early 2022, Japanese encephalitis virus (JEV) expanded into new regions of Australia, affecting over 80 swine breeding farms and causing significant production losses. Having never […]