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Summerschool \"One health challenges in animal farming systems and food chains\"

Detailed scientific programme

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We are sorry to announce that the Summer School is cancelled.

A certificate of attendance of 1.5 ECTS will be delivered at the end of the courses.

>>Download the program<<

Monday 17th of June

                         
          start         end      
Welcome & introduction of the participants         1:30PM         2:30PM      
                           
Contribution of Terrena and its subsidiaries to Antibiotics use reduction in animal production chains. Pauline Loiseau (Terrena), Nathalie Bareille (BIOEPAR) & Florence Beaugrand (BIOEPAR)         2:30PM         4:30PM      
                           

Tuesday 18th June

                         
Food safety, food of animal origin and Public health. Jean-Michel Cappelier (SECALIM)         9:00AM         10:30AM      
                           
Latest advances in potential control measures of Campylobacter from farm to fork. Nabila Haddad (SECALIM)         10:30AM         12:00PM      
                           
Lunch         12:00PM         1:00PM      
                           
Visit of the company Terrena, first multi-sector farming cooperative in France         1:00PM         5:00PM      
                           

Wednesday 19th of June

                         
Antibiotic resistance along the food chain: the example of aquaculture. Nicolas Helsens (SECALIM)         9:00AM         10:00AM      
                           
Hepatitis E as an emerging foodborne zoonosis: safer farms for safer food. Morgane Salines (ANSES)         10:00AM         11:00AM      
                           
Microbial communities contaminating meat products: how high throughput sequencing revolutionized classical microbiology. Monique Zagorec (SECALIM)         11:00AM         12:00PM      
                           
Lunch         12:00PM         1:00PM      
                           
Workshop on microbial analysis: from Petri dishes to metabarcoding - experimental demonstrations and data handling         1:00PM         5:00PM      
                           

Thursday 20th of June

                         
Vector-borne diseases: from biology to epidemiology and control. Albert Agoulon (BIOEPAR)         9:00AM         12:30PM      
                           
Ecology of vector (and especially tick)-borne diseases: the added value of community ecology to understand some infectious diseases. Olivier Plantard (BIOEPAR)                          
                           
Vector-borne diseases, and their modelling, in a global change context. Thierry Hoch (BIOEPAR)                          
                           
Lunch         12:30PM         1:30PM      
                           
Modelling the spread and control of infectious diseases. Pauline Ezanno (BIOEPAR)         1:30PM         3:00PM      
                           

One session of practical work to be chosen from the following list:

  • Host-specificity - practical training in silico. Suzanne Bastian (BIOEPAR)
  • Vector-borne diseases, and their modelling, in a global change context – practical work. Thierry Hoch (BIOEPAR)
  • Modelling the spread and control of infectious diseases – practical work. Pauline Ezanno (BIOEPAR)
  • Visit of the Oniris food technology hall
        3:00PM         5:00PM      
                           

Friday 21st of June 

                         
Economic learnings from the management of health issues. Arnaud Rault (BIOEPAR)         9:00AM         11:00AM      
                           
Intervention of a veterinarian from the health defence group of the Pays de la Loire region.         11:00AM         12:00PM      
                           
Lunch         12:00PM         1:00PM      
                           
Short examination and your feedback on the summer school
          1:00PM         3:00PM