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Asia & Europe face the same challenges in:

International Society for Animal Hygiene (ISAH)

invites for two free webinars on

Asia & Europe facing the same challenges in:

1. African Swine Fever – Present state, spread & prevention, May 18th, 2021

2. COVID-19 – Hygiene & strategies to prevent future epidemics, May 19th, 2021

9:00 AM – 11:05 AM CEDT | 2:00 PM – 4:05 PM ICT

Registration required at www.isah-soc.org.
No conference fee.
Limited number of participants.
Certificate of participation on request.
PLEASE SEE Final Programme for details.

Keynote speakers

  • PROF. DR.
    FRANZ J. CONRATHS
  • APS 100
  • Epidemiology of African Swine Fever in Europe
  • Franz J. Conraths works at the Friedrich-Loeffler-Institut and is extramural professor for epidemiology and animal diseases at the Free University of Berlin, Germany . He is a veterinarian with expertise in infectious animal diseases, zoonoses and epidemiology. He has been working in the field of epidemiology for more than 20 years. His research interests focus on the epidemiology of infectious animal diseases (African Swine Fever etc.) and zoonoses (e.g. avian influenza, Westnile Fever, CCHF and parasitic diseases).
    CV and abstract
  • PROF. DR. DR. H. C.
    JÖRG HARTUNG
  • Ettekandekoosolek
  • The Roots and Spirit of Animal Hygiene
  • Jörg Hartung is veterinarian and Professor for Animal Hygiene and Husbandry and Professor for Animal Welfare Science. Honorary Doctor of SLU, Sweden and of WUELS, Wroclaw, Poland. 40 years teaching and research at the cutting edge of veterinary medicine/biology and agricultural engineering. President of the International Society for Animal Hygiene (ISAH). Nine years EFSA Panel for Animal Health and Welfare, six years vice-president. Advisory Board “One Health”, Federal Ministry for Economic Cooperation and Development. More than 225 refereed journal publications, 60 co-authored EFSA reports and opinions.
    CV and abstract
  • DR.
    GILLES SALVAT
  • Eesti Vabariik 102
  • Role of animals & hygiene in the COVID-19 pandemic
  • Gilles Salvat is Deputy general director of Anses in charge of research and reference and Scientific director of animal health and welfare
    Dvm & PhD, more than 30 year experience in management of scientific teams.
    Scientist and expert on food microbiology and animal health and welfare.
    Specialist on crisis management and risk assessment in veterinary public health and zoonosis.
    More than 100 peer reviewed papers, and 250 conference and posters, HI : 31.
    CV and abstract
  • PROF. DR.
    R. THANAWONGNUWECH
  • Ettekandekoosolek-2019-11
  • The future of the pig industry after the introduction of ASF into Asia
  • Dr. R. Thanawongnuwech received his DVM in 1989 from Chulalongkorn University, Bangkok, Thailand and his PhD (Vet Pathology) from Iowa State University (ISU) in 1998. He is currently working as a veterinary pathologist at Chulalongkorn University, focusing on emerging diseases in animals and concurrently, is an Affiliate Professor at the Department of Veterinary Diagnostic and Production Animal Medicine, College of Veterinary Medicine, ISU. He authors and coauthors over 100 scientific papers.
    CV and abstract

Programme

Webinar 18th May: African Swine Fever – Present state, spread & prevention

(10 min discussion after each key lecture) CEDT / ICT
Welcome & Opening
ISAH – and the spirit of Animal Hygiene 
   Chair:  Jörg Hartung, President of ISAH
09:00 AM / 02:00 PM
Greeting address & invitation to the ISAH congress 2022 in Pattaya, Thailand
    Yukol Limlamthong, Former Minister, Ministry of Agriculture and Cooperative, Thailand
 
Disease control policy in Thailand
    Sorravis Thaneto, Director-general of Department of Livestock Development, Thailand
 
Epidemiology of African Swine Fever in Europe
    Franz Conraths, Sandra Blome, Friedrich-Loeffler-Institute, Greifswald, Riems, Germany
09:25 / 02:25
The future of the pig industry after the introduction of African Swine Fever into Asia
    Roongroje Thanawongnuwech, Faculty of Veterinary Science, Chulalongkorn University, Thailand
09:55 / 02:55
ASF Risk-based surveillance for the pork production chain
    Suphachai Nuanualsuwan, Chulalongkorn University, Thailand
10:25 / 03:25
Resume and Closing Day 1  
    Jörg Hartung, President of ISAH
10:55 / 03:55
End of Webinar   11:00 / 04:00
   

Webinar 19th May: Covid-19 – Hygiene & strategies to prevent future epidemics

(10 min discussion after each key lecture) CEDT / ICT
Welcome & Opening   
   Chair:  Uwe Rösler, Incoming President of ISAH
ISAH & the Spirit of (Animal) Hygiene
    Jörg Hartung
, President of ISAH
09:00 AM / 02:00 PM
Role of animals & hygiene in the COVID-19 pandemic
    Gilles Salvat, Anses, Managing Director General for Research, France
09:10 / 02:10
Leading the fight against COVID-19
    Lothar H. Wieler, President of Robert Koch Institute, Germany
09:45 / 02:45
The bat – human interface of Covid-19
    Supaporn Wacharapluesadee, Thai Red Cross Emerging Infectious Diseases Health Science Centre, Faculty of Medicine, Chulalongkorn University, Thailand
10:20 / 03:20
Resume, closing day 2 & ISAH Webinars   
    Uwe Rösler / Jörg Hartung ISAH
   Invitation to the ISAH congress 2022 in Pattaya, Thailand
10:55 / 03:55
End of Webinar 11:05 / 04:05
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