The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Veterinary medicine, Herd, Badger, Bovine tuberculosis and Prevalence. Tracy A. Clegg brings together Veterinary medicine and Hatchery to produce work in his papers. The concepts of his Herd study are interwoven with issues in Animal welfare, Odds and Infection control.
His Meles study in the realm of Badger connects with subjects such as Population control. His Meles research incorporates themes from Disease reservoir, Outbreak, Habitat and Hazard ratio. His research in Prevalence focuses on subjects like Dairy cattle, which are connected to Epidemiology, Seroprevalence, Blood serum and Vaccination.
Tracy A. Clegg focuses on Herd, Veterinary medicine, Bovine tuberculosis, Badger and Tuberculin test. His study in the field of Viral diarrhoea also crosses realms of Irish. His Veterinary medicine research incorporates elements of Logistic regression, Increased risk, Prevalence, Animal science and Risk factor.
His Animal science research integrates issues from Feces and Food chain. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Culling and Disease reservoir. His Disease reservoir study incorporates themes from Mustelidae and Hazard ratio.
His primary areas of study are Herd, Bovine tuberculosis, Veterinary medicine, Persistently infected and Virus. His Herd research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Environmental health and Population study. His Population study research includes elements of Logistic regression, Transmission, Physiology, Cohort and Risk factor.
The Veterinary medicine study combines topics in areas such as Sampling and Sampling methodology. His Virus research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Antibody and Negative antibody. In the subject of general Tuberculin test, his work in Interferon gamma assay is often linked to Disease cluster, Outbreak, Diagnostic test and Interferon gamma, thereby combining diverse domains of study.
Bovine tuberculosis, Herd, Epidemiology, Objective assessment and Member states are his primary areas of study. Bovine tuberculosis is connected with Raw data and Incidence in his study. His work on Epidemiology is being expanded to include thematically relevant topics such as Risk area.
Member states is integrated with Simulation modelling, Environmental health and Food safety in his research.
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The impact of badger removal on the control of tuberculosis in cattle herds in Ireland.
J.M. Griffin;D.H. Williams;G.E. Kelly;T.A. Clegg.
Preventive Veterinary Medicine (2005)
Using latent class analysis to estimate the test characteristics of the γ-interferon test, the single intradermal comparative tuberculin test and a multiplex immunoassay under Irish conditions.
Tracy A. Clegg;Anthony Duignan;Clare Whelan;Eamonn Gormley.
Veterinary Microbiology (2011)
A study of helminth parasites in culled cows from Ireland.
T.M. Murphy;K.N. Fahy;A. McAuliffe;A.B. Forbes.
Preventive Veterinary Medicine (2006)
Prevalence and distribution of paratuberculosis (Johne's disease) in cattle herds in Ireland
M Good;T Clegg;H Sheridan;D Yearsely.
Irish Veterinary Journal (2009)
Potential infection-control benefit for Ireland from pre-movement testing of cattle for tuberculosis.
T.A. Clegg;S.J. More;I.M. Higgins;M. Good.
Preventive Veterinary Medicine (2008)
Risk factors associated with increased mortality of farmed Pacific oysters in Ireland during 2011.
Tracy A. Clegg;Teresa Morrissey;Fiona Geoghegan;S. Wayne Martin.
Preventive Veterinary Medicine (2014)
Prevalence of Coxiella burnetii (Q fever) antibodies in bovine serum and bulk-milk samples
E. D. Ryan;M. Kirby;D. M. Collins;R. Sayers.
Epidemiology and Infection (2011)
The effect of varying levels of population control on the prevalence of tuberculosis in badgers in Ireland
L.A.L. Corner;T.A. Clegg;S.J. More;D.H. Williams.
Research in Veterinary Science (2008)
How many Eurasian badgers Meles meles L. are there in the Republic of Ireland
D. P. Sleeman;J. Davenport;S. J. More;T. A. Clegg.
European Journal of Wildlife Research (2009)
Herd-level factors associated with the presence of bovine viral diarrhoea virus in herds participating in the voluntary phase of the Irish national eradication programme.
D.A. Graham;T.A. Clegg;M. Lynch;S.J. More.
Preventive Veterinary Medicine (2013)
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