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  • Animal protozoon diseases Our Mission:
           To develop improved prevention and control strategies for protozoan diseases and to understand biology and pathogenic mechanism of important animal protozoan and its vectors.   Research and extension:
    Vaccine development for chicken coccidiosis
    Mechanism of pathogenicity and drug resistance of apicomlex protozoan
     Development of new control strategies for ticks
    Molecular interaction between tick and tick-borne protozoan
    Surveillance of emerging and re-emerging animal protozoan diseases in China.   Our Team:
    PhD, Professor Jinlin ZHOU
    Email: jinlinzhou@shvri.ac.cn
    Professor            Bing HUANG
    Associate Professor  Hui DONG
    Associate Professor  Hongyu HAN
    Associate Professor  Houshuang ZHANG
    Associate Professor  Haiyan GONG
    Assistant Professor  Jie CAO
    Assistant Professor  Yongzhi ZHOU     International Collaborations:
         Our team has been established broad international collaboration relationships with overseas research agencies, which include Obihiro University of Agriculture and Veterinary Medicine; Hokkaido University; University of Texas at San Antonio; Beltsville Agricultural Research Center, Agricultural Research Service, USDA; Institute of Veterinary Medicine, Mongolia; Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation; International Foundation of Sciences (IFS), International Livestock Research Institute (ILRI), a member of the CGIAR consortium and so on. The  international research projects include:
    Grand Challenges Explorations of Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, Grant number OPP1098706,Development of the dsRNAs as an anti-tick biological agent.
    JSPS-NSFC Bilateral Cooperative Programs, Grant number 31311140167, Cooperative research between Japan and China toward the control of ticks and tick-borne protozoan diseases.
    International Foundation of Science, Grant number IFS,B/2792-1,Drug resistance by different isolates Trypanosoma evansi in China.
    ILRI-NSFC Bilateral Exchange Programs, Grant number 31311140167, International exchanges workshop between ILRI and NSFC.                                     At present,  “The Joint Laboratories of Animal Protozoan Diseases” was the key platform to carry out international collaborations with National Research Center for Protozoan Diseases, Obihiro University of Agriculture, Japan. The joint laboratories have made a great progress on tick and tick borne babesiosis.