United Kingdom - E. coli study needs volunteers

A team of university researchers are looking for Welsh and Scottish farmers and abattoir workers to take part in a study of E. coli O157. The study is part of a three year Rural Economy and Land Use (RELU) project called ‘Reducing E. coli O157 risk in rural communities’ led by Professor Ken Killham, chair of Soil Science at the University of Aberdeen.
Tuesday 20 January 2009 (9 years 5 months 28 days ago)
A team of university researchers are looking for Welsh and Scottish farmers and abattoir workers to take part in a study of E. coli O157.

The study is part of a three year Rural Economy and Land Use (RELU) project called ‘Reducing E. coli O157 risk in rural communities’ led by Professor Ken Killham, chair of Soil Science at the University of Aberdeen.

http://www.meatinfo.co.uk/articles/69867/E-coli-study-needs-volunteers.aspx?categoryid=9045

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