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modelling in animal health 2017 workshop MIHMES project

Programme

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Duration

DAY 1

14 June

Registration 

11:00 AM

1:00 PM

02:00

 

Introduction 

1:00 PM

1:30 PM

00:30

 

I - Host-parasite interactions

 

 

 S. Lycett, Understanding transmission patterns of animal infections using pathogen sequence data and phylodynamics

1:30 PM

2:15 PM

00:45

 

E. Fischer : Predicting Dynamics of Extended-Spectrum Beta Lactamase producing E. coli in broilers

2:15 PM

2:35 PM

00:20

 

N. Go : Neutralising antibodies prevent PRRS viremia rebound: evidence from a data-supported model of immune response

2:35 PM

2:55 PM

00:20

 

T. Hagenaars : Modelling the Innate Immune Response against Avian Influenza Virus in Chicken

2:55 PM

3:15 PM

00:20

 

Break + poster session

3:15 PM

3:45 PM

00:30

 

G. Rydevick : Hindcasting historical trends of endemic Foot-and-mouth disease from cross-sectional data by leveraging within-host dynamics

3:45 PM

4:05 PM

00:20

 

A. O. Diallo : Pig-to-pig direct transmission of Japanese encephalitis: its importance in two pig cohorts in Cambodia

4:05 PM

4:25 PM

00:20

 

II - Regional epidemiological modelling

H-H. Thulke : Modelling regional spread of animal diseases to advice health activities, idealism and practice

4:25 PM

5:10 PM

00:45

 

Wine & cheese - poster session

5:10 PM

7:10 PM

02:00

DAY 2

15 June

S.Widgren : Spatio-temporal modelling of VTEC O157 in cattle in Sweden: Exploring options for control

9:00 AM

9:20 AM

00:20

 

M. Lange : Complex dynamic model fitting to test Animal Health contingency plans in wildlife

9:20 AM

9:40 AM

00:20

 

B. Iotti : Modelling BVD through farm productive compartments

9:40 AM

10:00 AM

00:20

 

A. Apolloni : A meta-population model for the transmission of peste des petits ruminants virus in West Africa

10:00 AM

10:20 AM

00:20

 

Break + poster session

10:20 AM

10:50 AM

00:30

 

G. Beaunée : Inference in a metapopulation model of paratuberculosis in cattle via a composite-likelihood approximation

10:50 AM

11:10 AM

00:20

J. Schulz : Modelling LA-MRSA spread between danish pig herds

11:10 AM

11:30 AM

00:20

 

L. Qi : Modeling Bovine Viral Diarrhea Virus (BVDV) Spread between Dairy Cattle Farms at a Regional Scale

11:30 AM

11:50 AM

00:20

 

C. Suppo : Predicting range expansion of the invasive yellow-legged hornet, Vespa velutina, in France and the effects of control measures

11:50 AM

12:10 PM

00:20

 

lunch

12:10 PM

1:40 PM

01:30

 

III - Control strategies and economics

 

D. Hennessy, Broadening the Role and Relevance of Economics in Farmed Animal Health Management

 

1:40 PM

2:25 PM

00:45

 

C. Cook : Early decision indicators to predict the severity of an FMD outbreak

2:25 PM

2:45 PM

00:20

 

L. Laguzet : An integrated epidemio-economic modelling framework of the complex interplay between pathogen spread and disease management: control of BVD within beef herds as a case study

2:45 PM

3:05 PM

00:20

 

G. Camanes : How to avoid degradation of paratuberculosis prevalence in dairy cattle herd? An individual-based modelling approach

3:05 PM

3:25 PM

00:20

 

Break + poster

3:25 PM

3:55 PM

00:30

 

S. Picault : EMuLSion, a generic simulation framework in animal epidemiology based on multi-level multi-agent modelling

3:55 PM

4:15 PM

00:20

 

M. Bonneau : Control of Nematodes at Different Life Stages, which stage should we target?

4:15 PM

4:35 PM

00:20

 

M.  Andraud : A stochastic metapopulation model to assess the drivers of swine influenza viruses persistence in farrow-to-finish pig farms

4:35 PM

4:55 PM

00:20

 

free time before dinner

4:55 PM

6:25 PM

01:30

 

Gala dinner

6:25 PM

11:55 PM

05:30

DAY 3

16 June

IV - Epidemiological networks

 

R. Kao, Parameter inference and modelling the spread of bovine Tuberculosis at the national level using individual cattle life histories

9:30 AM

10:15 AM

00:45

 

E. Valdano : Cattle trade networks in Europe

10:15 AM

10:35 AM

00:20

 

H. Lentz : Livestock disease spread through animal movements: a temporal network approach

10:35 AM

10:55 AM

00:20

 

Break + poster

10:55 AM

11:25 AM

00:30

 

E. Vergu : Analysis and prediction of the cattle trade network in France to inform epidemiological risk

11:25 AM

11:45 AM

00:20

 

S. Mohr : Manipulation of contact network structure and the impact on FMD disease transmission

11:45 AM

12:05 PM

00:20

 

V. Colizza : Vulnerability of italian cattle system to brucellosis

12:05 PM

12:25 PM

00:20

 

K. Spence : Using an agent-based model to describe the potential spread of equine influenza within a network of horses attending an equestrian show

12:25 PM

12:45 PM

00:20

 

Closure of the meeting 

12:45 PM

1:00 PM

00:15

 

lunch

1:00 PM

 

 

 

MIHMES meeting (internal meeting)

1:45 PM

3:45 PM

02:00

As MoDAH conference marks the end of a large project, MIHMES, on modelling of animal endemic diseases (funded by the ANR - French National Research Agency and the EU), a few slots for oral presentations have been dedicated to present key results of this project. The majority of time slots were open for oral communications external to the project. All the asbtracts were reviewed by the international scientific committee of the conference.