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Dedication of the Paul G. Allen Center for Global Animal Health Saturday, September 8

Paul G. Allen Center
Allen Center, June, 2012
The new Paul G. Allen Center for Global Animal Health is scheduled to be finished this summer! Mark your calendars for a reception and dedication of the new building at 10 a.m., Saturday, September 8.

The Allen Center will provide research and educational space for the rapidly growing faculty, staff, and students of the Allen School. Constructed to LEED standards to minimize the building’s energy and water use, the Allen Center was designed in harmony with the natural beauty of the Palouse landscape and the WSU campus. The Allen School’s mission is proudly displayed in the light-filled lobby for visitors to learn more about the school. The building’s open spaces encourage interaction between the students, faculty, and staff, while the glass walls in the research wing provide natural light to the laboratory and allow guests to see ongoing work. There are also three conference rooms for on-site learning and for scientists to connect to people across the globe.
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Allen School Welcomes Two New Faculty

Drs. Felix Lankester and Paul Gwakisa are the newest faculty members in the Paul G. Allen School for Global Animal Health. Dr. Lankester joins the faculty as the on-site coordinator of programs in east Africa. Dr. Paul Gwakisa, an internationally recognized immunologist, is an adjunct professor in the Allen School.

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Dr. Felix Lankester
Dr. Felix Lankester
Dr. Paul Gwakisa
Dr. Paul Gwakisa


Allen School Professor Publishes on the Economic Impact of Foot and Mouth Disease

Dr. Tom Marsh
Dr. Tom Marsh, professor in the Allen School and the WSU School of Economic Sciences, recently co-authored series of articles examining the economic impact of foot and mouth disease outbreaks. International collaborations with colleagues in Australia and Mexico analyzed policy and disease control decisions in response to outbreaks in both countries. The results published in the Australian Journal of Agricultural and Resource Economics (vol. 56) and Agricultural Economics (vol. 42) model the risks and benefits and provide an economic context for implementing specific control strategies. Dr. Marsh is one of the foremost international experts on economic impactsof livestock disease.


 
 
 

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