Sub-project-3 Publications and Conference Proceedings


Tim Capon, Graeme Garner, Sorada Tapsuwan, Sharon Roche, Andrew C. Breed, Shuang Liu, Corissa Miller, Richard Bradhurst, and Sam Hamilton: A simulation study of the use of vaccination to control foot-and-mouth disease outbreaks across Australia.  Accepted for publication in Frontiers in Veterinary Science.

Publications in preparation:

Graeme Garner1, Wilna Vosloo2, Sorada Tapsuwan1, Richard Bradhurst3, Ann Seitzinger1, Andrew C. Breed4 and Tim Capon1.  Comparing surveillance approaches to support regaining free status after a foot-and-mouth disease outbreak. Under review in Preventative Veterinary Medicine.

Ann Hillberg Seitzinger1, M. Graeme Garner1, Richard Bradhurst2, Sharon Roche3, Andrew C. Breed3,4, Tim Capon1, Corissa Miller3, Sorada Tapsuwan1: FMD Vaccine and Surveillance Resource Use Options for a Potential Australian Incursion.  Under review in Frontiers in Veterinary Science, special edition on “Socioeconomics of Vaccine Security’.

Ann Hillberg Seitzingera*, Ahmed Hafib, Donkor Addaib, Graeme Garnerc[1], Richard Bradhurstd, Andrew C. Breedc,e, Tim Capona, Corissa Millerc, Julie Pinole[2], and Sorada Tapsuwana .  Reducing the Potential Impact of Foot-and-Mouth Disease in Australia: The Economic Benefits of Targeted Response Strategies.  To be submitted to Preventive Veterinary Medicine.

Ahmed Hafi1, Donkor Addai1, Andrew Breed2, Richard Bradhurst3, Tim Capon4, Graeme Garner2, Corissa Miller2, Julie Pinol5, Ann Hillberg Seitzinger4, and Sorada Tapsuwan4.  Economic benefits of implementing trading zones for Australian livestock disease outbreaks of limited duration Australian FMD trading zones economics.  To be submitted to Australian Veterinary Journal.

Conference presentations

T. Capon, G. Garner, A. Seitzinger, C. Miller, A. Breed, S. Tapsuwan, S. Roche, L. Sharp, D. Addai, and A. Hafi.  Modelling animal disease control and post-outbreak management to improve outbreak response policies.  Presentation at the International Society for Economics and Social Science on Animal Health (ISESSAH) conference 11 – 13 November 2020.