Congratulations to HALI’s newest Masters graduate

HALI team member and blog creator, David Wolking,  finished his Masters at the University of California Davis.

David holds one of his study calves in Tanzania

David investigated the potential for using calves as an early warning system for diseases that cause diarrhea in both animals and people.

David’s work involved interviewing pastoralist households and testing their calves for the protozoal pathogens Cryptosporidium and Giardia.

He will be publishing some of this work in an upcoming GL-CRSP research brief.

David has been an invaluable member of the HALI team, creating our project blog, and assisting with all of the HALI Project research briefs.

Hongera sana David!

(Congratulations!)

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