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What does IAH stand for?

IAH stands for Institute for Animal Health (UK)

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RESEARCH into how the Schmallenberg virus is spreading in the UK is being undertaken at The Institute for Animal Health (IAH).
Researchers from the Institute for Animal Health (United Kingdom), University of Oxford (United Kingdom), Agricultural Research Council-Onderstepoort Veterinary Institute (South-Africa), Agricultural Research Service, USDA - Foreign Animal Disease Research Unit at Plum Island (United States) and Intervet/Schering-Plough Animal Health (The Netherlands) have been granted the money by the Wellcome Trust for a 3-year research project.
Inspectors were sent to the site as soon as the leaking valve was discovered on Monday and the farm, shared between Merial and the Institute for Animal Health, was shut.
Byline: Stuart Taylor AN initial report into foot and mouth in Surrey said there was a "strong probability" it began at the Pirbright research site, home to the state-run Institute for Animal Health.
Speaking outside the Pirbright site, which is shared by the Institute for Animal Health (IAH) and Merial Animal Health, he said, "This institute has been around for such a long time, it's an integral part of the village.
Visiting an agricultural show in Cranleigh, Surrey, the Conservative leader David Cameron said: "If it turns out that the virus was released either from the Institute for Animal Health in Pirbright or from the next-door lab at Merial - which, by the way, is inspected and licensed by the Government - it will be astonishing news, because the organisations responsible for stopping things like foot and mouth will effectively be responsible for starting it.