Items of Interest

Click here for answers to questions about the Veterinary Feed Directives


 XX Congress of the World Veterinary Poultry Association
To be held in Edinburgh, Scotland on September 3-8, 2017
More information here: http://www.wvpac2017.com/


AAAP Inducts Inaugural Class of Hall of Honor



 AAAP Media Coverage

AAAP issues statement on misleading marketing claim for chicken (1/6/17)

The Poultry Site
Watt AgNet
Poultry Health Today
US Poultry Wire

Woody Breast not Linked to Infectious Pathogens or Food Safety
(12/9/16)

AAAP Hall of Honor Inaugural Class
(8/12/16)

Elanco Scholarship News Release


AAAP Business Office
is open Monday-Friday
8:00-5:00 EST
904-425-5735
aaap@aaap.info


Read your issue of Avian Diseases on your favorite Reader (iPad, Kindle and more). Look online for ePub or Mobi files under "Supplemental Material" to download onto your device. Available for AAAP Members and Avian Diseases subscribers.


Gift A Chicken Project, coordinated by Arizona State University, provides rural Ugandan families with flocks of special, hybrid chickens that will guarantee the families better nutrition and a sustainable source of income.

Congratulations to Dr. Jagdev Sharma, & Dr. Sylvia Lemus Sharma.

Learn More here.


 

Avian Pathology Continuing Education Materials Available On-Line

A collection of over 600 virtual slides of avian histopathology cases with a reduced rate for AAAP Members

Provided by
Dr. Oscar Fletcher and
Dr. Tahseen Aziz

Available through the Continuing Education office in the College of Veterinary Medicine at NC State


FAQ on Tumor virus Diseases

Prepared by AAAP Tumor Virus Committee 2012
Posted 1/22/2013


Commentary from CAST available: The Direct Relationship between Animal Health and Food Safety Outcomes


Interview with
Dr. Julius Fabricant
One of AAAP's founding members


AVMA


Keep our Food Safe


Frequently Asked Questions about Antimicrobial Use and Antimcrobial Resistance


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This history section of our site contains information on the founding and growth of the American Association of Avian Pathologists (AAAP) as well as biographical sketches of individuals that have significantly contributed to its development and continuation.  It also contains historical articles and tributes published in Avian Diseases.  Information is also provided about our Archive collection.

The AAAP has been an organized group since 1957. It was launched as a national organization for veterinary practitioners, diagnosticians, researchers, and students interested in poultry health and medicine. With annual meetings involving both national and international members, interested individuals come together to discuss poultry diseases and further advance the field of poultry medicine.  In 2007 celebrating 50 years AAAP published AAAP- The First 50 Years 1957-2007, prepared by the AAAP History Committee and edited by John Dunn. It contained some of the articles you will find in the section on the History of AAAP as well a recent article (2011) on the origins and evolution of the AAAP.

An historical manuscript series was established by the AAAP in the 1970s and the AAAP continues to solicit manuscripts that document the early history of important poultry diseases or of institutions important to the field of avian medicine. To continue this work in documenting history, the Historical Articles project has continued to develop topics for development into historical articles.

Energetic, interested people have been the driving force behind the successful formation and growth of the AAAP. In order to chronicle the memories of those individuals that significantly contributed to AAAP and avian medicine, a Biography Project has been established. The biography project is a compilation of facts and the biographee's own thoughts about their careers, for some it is an opportunity to set the record straight and for others an opportunity to credit those who helped them along the way. If an individual is deceased, colleagues may contribute a biography on their behalf. It is hoped that these biographies will serve as an important source of inspiration for current and future generations of AAAP members in their own endeavors.

Over the years a series of Tributes have been written about AAAP members who have made outstanding contributions to the field of avian medicine. These tributes have been published in the journal Avian Diseases.

Once biographical materials are collected, they are deposited in the AAAP's archives at Iowa State University. Any member of the AAAP can submit original documents to the archives and the Archives page provides information on how and where to submit materials, or how to access materials in the AAAP archives.

 

 
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