Luiss and the University of Florida - One Health Center of Excellence promote the Leonardo Fellowship 2019 on issues linked to international commerce and the economic ramifications of the African Swine Flu in Europe.
The six-month fellowship approaches the African Swine Flu crisis in Europe using a revolutionary multi-layer and interdisciplinary approach. The fellowship is offered by Luiss University in collaboration with the University of Florida, the Institute for Scientific Interchange and other partners.
The selected candidate will explore the economic implications of the spread of African Swine Fever in the industrial sector in selected European pilot countries, possibly including projections of the potential costs of delays due to the implementation of control measures.
Candidates must submit an application by October 25, 2019.