The mission of the Animal Health National Program is to conduct basic and applied research on select diseases of economic importance to the United States livestock and poultry industries. The goals of the research mission are to produce knowledge and technology to reduce economic losses from infectious, genetic, and metabolic diseases. Cyril G. Gay and Eileen L. Thacker, National Program Leaders, Animal Health, are currently managing the program.
To read more about NP 103 Accomplishments (pdf; 1.8Mb), please click on the link: FY 12 Annual Report
FY 2011 NP 103 Accomplishments (pdf; 1.5Mb): FY 11 Annual Report
FY 2010 NP 103 Accomplishments (pdf; 1.4Mb): FY 10 Annual Report
FY 2009 NP 103 Accomplishments (pdf; 0.3Mb): FY 09 Annual Report
FY 2008 NP 103 Accomplishments (pdf; 0.5Mb): FY 08 Annual Report