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Rabies. Edition No. 4

  • ID: 4858571
  • Book
  • 750 Pages
  • Elsevier Science and Technology
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Rabies: Scientific Basis of the Disease and Its Management is an authoritative reference on current rabies virological, clinical, and public health knowledge and recommendations. Rabies remains one of the most important global public health problems worldwide. Although many important developments have been made over the past century to combat this disease, rabies has become a re-emergent infection in the developing world. The Fourth Edition updates this classic reference with comprehensive coverage of the molecular virology, pathogenesis, vaccines, public health, immunology, and epidemiology of rabies. The Fourth Edition will be completely revised, and new chapters will cover historical developments in rabies intervention strategies, the evolution of rabies virus, modelling rabies control, and on the strategy for rabies elimination. Rabies, Fourth Edition provides physicians, public health advisors, epidemiologists, research scientists, and veterinarians with single source for authoritative and up-to-date information on the diagnosis, treatment, control and prevention of this fatal infectious virus.
  • Edited by Anthony Fooks and Alan Jackson who are renown researchers in this subject and has gathered a team of experts to detail the science, treatment, and control of rabies
  • Completely revised, the Fourth Edition presents rabies as a re-emergent infection with greater emphasis on a global perspective of the disease
  • Includes new chapters the evolution of the rabies virus and on modelling rabies control and includes full-color figures that highlight important information in microscopic studies
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1. A Brief History of Rabies 2. Rabies Virus 3. Evolution of Rabies Virus 4. Epidemiology 5. Molecular Epidemiology 6. Rabies in Terrestrial Animals 7. Bat Rabies 8. Human Disease 9. Pathogenesis 10. Pathology 11. Immunology 12. Laboratory Diagnosis of Rabies 13. Measures of Rabies Immunity 14. Human and Animal Vaccines 15. Next Generation of Rabies Vaccines 16. Public Health Management of Humans at Risk 17. Therapy of Human Rabies 18. Dog Rabies and Its Control 19. Rabies Control in Wild Carnivores 20. Modelling Rabies Control

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Fooks, Anthony R.
Dr. Fooks holds an Honorary Visiting Professor in the Department of Veterinary Pathology at the University of Liverpool, UK and at the Institute for Infection and Immunity at St George's Medical School, University of London, UK. His present role is Lead Scientist for International Development at The Animal and Plant Health Agency in the UK. Since 2002, he was appointed director of a World Health Organisation Communicable Disease Surveillance and Response Collaborating Centre for the characterisation of rabies and rabies-related viruses. In 2006, he was appointed a Designated OIE Reference Expert for Rabies. In 2018, he was elected as a member of the International Committee for the Taxonomy of Viruses Rhabdovirus Study Group. Dr Fooks is an Associate Editor for the journal, Vaccine. Dr Fooks has research projects focused on RNA viruses, especially viral diseases of the CNS and emerging / exotic viral zoonoses with a specialist interest in rabies pathogenesis and immunity.
Jackson, Alan C.
Dr. Jackson is Professor of Medicine (Neurology) and of Medical Microbiology and also Head of the Section of Neurology at University of Manitoba in Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada. He graduated from Queen's University with BA and MD degrees. He completed an internship in internal medicine at University of Southern California, residencies in internal medicine at Queen's University and in neurology at the University of Western Ontario, and a fellowship in neurovirology at The Johns Hopkins University with Drs. Richard Johnson and Diane Griffin. Dr. Jackson held a faculty position at Queen's University from 1987 - 2007. He is on the Editorial Boards of the Journal of NeuroVirology and the Canadian Journal of Neurological Sciences. He is President of Rabies in the Americas, Inc. and is on the Board of Directors of the International Society for Neurovirology. Dr. Jackson is the principal investigator on research grants to study experimental aspects of rabies.
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