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University of Bristol, UK and Wageningen Bioveterinary Institute, NL
Bovine spongiform encephalopathy: the prion
Utilizing abattoir inspection results
Slaughter: religious practices in the UK
Slaughter: emergency slaughter for human consumption
Ed van Klink graduated from Utrecht University in 1983, worked in food science research and outbreak control, and then worked for the Zambian Department of Veterinary end Tsetse Control services.
He joined the Dutch Ministry of Agriculture in 1991 and worked in several positions there until he moved to Bristol University as Senior Lecturer Veterinary Public Health in 2011. Alongside his employment at the Ministry, he has worked as a free lance consultant in animal health, animal welfare and food safety legislation in various countries across the world.
Since 2017 Ed divides his time between the University of Bristol and Wageningen Bioveterinary Research, Lelystad, The Netherlands, where he is employed as Senior Epidemiologist.
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