callistoproject - News
On 24 October 2014, at the Hotel Thon in Brussels, CALLISTO organised an open seminar to present preliminary results and proposed actions arising from this three year research project. External experts and stakeholders were invited to participate in the event in order to open and animate the discussion about companion animal responsible ownership, diseases transmitted by companion animals and the mutual benefits of the human - animal interaction. ESCCAP Echinococcus 2014 Conference - Call for papers.
callistoproject - About CALLISTO
CALLISTO defines companion animals as any domesticated, domestic-bred or wild-caught animals, permanently living in a community and kept by people for company, amusement, work (e.g. support for blind or deaf people, police or military dogs) or psychological support including dogs, cats, horses, rabbis, ferrets, guinea pigs, reptiles, birds and ornamental fish. That contribute to reducing the risk for infectious disease outbreaks in man and food animals associated with keeping companion animals. Multidisc...