The European Technology Platform for Global Animal Health was launched on 16 December 2004 to provide a mechanism for focusing and prioritising the research that ultimately delivers new or improved tools such as veterinary vaccines and diagnostic tests. It will also help to speed up the delivery of new products to the market by overcoming the constraints identified throughout the supply chain. The Technology Platform will be instrumental in developing a comprehensive approach through the preparation of a visionary Strategic Research Agenda. The elaboration of this Strategic Research Agenda and the associated implementation plan is the central element of the process.
The 26th ETPGAH Executive Board meeting took place on Friday 30 September 2011
3 pages on the ETPGAH in the latest edition of "International Innovation".
IFAH calls for more research and cross-border collaboration at the 1st International One Health C
Danish Technology Platform for Global Animal Health (DKTPGAH)
Réseau Français pour la Santé Animale (RFSA)
Bundesverband für Tiergesundheit (BfT)
Italian Global Animal Health (ITPGAH)
La Plataforma Tecnológica Española de Sanidad Animal (Vet+i)
Albert Meijering (Ministry Landbouw)
Phil Sketchley (NOAH)
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