OneH2024 - 12-14 June 2024 - Saint-Brieuc (France)
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OneH2024

The One Health Challenges to tackle infectious diseases

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- Palais des Congrès et des Expositions - Rue Pierre Coubertin - Saint-Brieuc -  

Wednesday 12th June 2024

08.00 - 12.00 Welcome and registration

 

 

Wednesday 12th June 2024

 

13.00 - 13.30: Opening ceremony by Dr Jean-Philippe DOP, Deputy Director General of the WOAH

 

13.30 - 14.30 : Keynote lecture 1 - Biodiversity, habitat and climate change : impact on emerging diseases

Invited speaker : Serge MORAND - CNRS (France)

Serge Morand is a health ecologist with a background in evolutionary ecology and parasitology. He leads projects on the impacts of global planetary changes (climate, land use, urbanization) on the links between biodiversity, health and societies in Southeast Asia. Researcher at the CNRS, he is based in Thailand at the Faculty of Veterinary Medicine of the University of Kasetsart and Visiting Professor at the Faculty of Tropical Medicine of Mahidol. He is a member of the One Health High Panel of Experts (OHHLEP) of the quadripartite One Health (WHO, OMSA, FAO, UNEP).

Chairpersons: Stéphanie DESVAUX (France) and François MEURENS (Canada)


14.30 - 15.30 : Regular session - OneHealth effects of changes
Chairpersons: To be defined

3 Oral communications 

  • Impact of ocean acidification and chronic exposition to pesticides on fish health - Thierry MORIN (ANSES, France)
  • Current Belgian summer day/night temperatures reduce the vector competence of indigenous field collected mosquitoes for Japanese encephalitis virus - Nick DE REGGE (Sciensano, Belgium)
  • Fate of Clostridioides difficile- a One Health spore-forming pathogen- through agricultural anaerobic digestion - Caroline LE MARECHAL (ANSES, France)

 

15.30 - 16.00 : Coffee break 


16.00 - 18.00 : Regular session - Enhanced integrated surveillance - Antibioresistance and bacterial zoonoses
Chairpersons: To be defined

6 Oral communications

  • (To be confirmed) Molecular Characterization of Extended-Spectrum Beta-Lactamase producing Klebsiella pneumoniae among children and chicken in rural Korogwe, Tanzania 
  • Surveillance of Vibrio parahaemolyticus from imported seafood in Germany and further dissection of ESBL and NDM-1-producing isolates - Jens HAMMERL (German Federal Institute for Risk Assessment, Germany)
  • Users’ perception of the OH-EpiCap evaluation tool based on its application to nine national antimicrobial resistance surveillance systems - Marianne SANDBERG (Technical University of Denmark, Denmark)
  • Burkholderia pseudomallei, the causative agent of melioidosis, is locally established in Guadeloupe, French West Indies - Mégane GASQUE (ANSES, France)
  • (To be confirmed) Tracking potential Leptospira sources following human cases of leptospirosis : a One Health approach applied to an ecosystem in Brittany, France
  • Towards integrated surveillance of antibiotic resistance in France: A first joint analysis of surveillance data in a One Health perspective - Claire CHAUVIN (ANSES, France)

 

18.00 - 19.00 : Welcome Cocktail

Thursday 13th June 2024


09.00 - 10.00 : Keynote lecture 2 - How to strenghten collaboration between human, animal and environnemental health ?

Invited speaker : Alexandra MAILLES - Santé Publique France (France)

Alexandra Mailles is a senior epidemiologist in the department of infectious diseases at Santé publique France, the French public health agency. Her main occupation is the epidemiological surveillance of zoonosis and emerging diseases, outbreaks investigation and preparedness.

Dr Mailles completed her education at the veterinary school of Maisons-Alfort. She pursued further specialization in epidemiology and infectious diseases at the University of Bordeaux, thereafter obtaining a PHD degree at the University of Grenoble on infectious encephalitis.

Dr Mailles participated to the response to several major outbreaks and crises, including the Ebola outbreak in West Africa in 2014/16 and the recent Covid-19 pandemic.

Chairpersons: Sibylle BERNARD-STOECKLIN (France) and Nicolas ROSE (France)

 

10.00 - 10.30 : Coffee break 


10.30 - 11.30 : Regular session - Enhanced integrated surveillance - Wildlife and environment
Chairpersons: To be defined

3 Oral communications

  • Environmental exposition of wild birds to Clostridium botulinum in ponds and influence of ecological conditions on the occurrence of outbreaks - Ariane PAYNE (OFB, France)
  • Surveillance and virus characterization of SARS-CoV-2 from white-tailed deer in Canada - Samira MUBAREKA (University of Toronto, Canada)
  • The SAGIR network at the cross roads between wildlife health, public health and animal health: examples of an integrated surveillance and multidisciplinary cooperation - Loïc PALUMBO (OFB, France)


11.30 - 12.30 : Regular session - New tools to meet One Health challenges (I)
Chairpersons: To be defined

3 Oral communications

  • Surveillance of viruses in European environmental waters in the frame of the Forewarn project - Prunelle WALDMAN VIGNE (ANSES, France)
  • (To be confirmed) Wastewater-based surveillance of ESBL/AmpC- and carbapenemase-producing Escherichia coli and Klebsiella pneumoniae in Northern Italy
  • Early warning system for highly pathogenic avian influenza in Europe - Céline FAVERJON (Ausvet Europe, France)


12.30 - 13.30 : Lunch

 


13.30 - 14.30 : Keynote lecture 3 - The One health Challenges of Avian influenza

Invited speaker : Beatrice GRASLAND - French Agency for Food, Environmental and Occupational Health & Safety (ANSES, France)

Béatrice Grasland is head of the avian and rabbit virology and parasitology unit at the Anses, the French Agency for Food, Environmental and Occupational Health & Safety laboratory, in Ploufragan-Plouzané-Niort and head of the national reference laboratory for avian influenza in France. Ph.D. in microbiology, she has been working at the Anses since 2003 in animal virology, first on emerging viruses in pigs such as circoviruses and coronaviruses, then in avian virology from 2018 onwards, particularly on avian influenza and Newcastle disease. Her research work focuses on the characterization of viruses in vitro and in vivo (virulence markers, transmission, etc.), diagnosis and the study of the viral genome evolution as well as inter-species transmission. She participates as an expert in national (Haut Conseil de la santé publique, Anses) and international (EFSA, EMA) committees on these subjects.

Chairpersons: Nicolas ETERRADOSSI (France) and Nathalie RUVOEN (France)


14.30 - 15.50 : Regular session - Enhanced integrated surveillance - Viral zoonoses
Chairpersons: To be defined

4 Oral communications

  • European Swine Influenza Network (ESFLU); re-establishment of a European network for influenza in swine for the benefit of One Health - Gwenaëlle DAUPHIN (Ceva Santé Animale, France)
  • Swine Infuenza A Virus Phylodynamics Highlights Epizootic Spread in Pigs and Species Barrier Crossing Towards Turkeys and Human in France - Gautier RICHARD (ANSES, France)
  • National swine influenza surveillance program in the Netherlands, 2022-2023 - Tijs TOBIAS (Royal GD, The Netherlands)
  • Unveiling the sentinel role of dogs in flavivirus circulation dynamics in southeast of France - Younes LAIDOUDI (IHU Méditerrannée Infection, France)

 

15.50 - 16.20 : Coffee break 

 


16.20 - 18.00 : Regular session - Risk perception, communication and management
Chairpersons: To be defined

5 Oral communications

  • Epidemic intelligence activities among national public and animal health agencies : a European cross-sectional study, 2021 - Henna MAKELA (Finnish Institute for Health and Welfare THL, Finland)
  • How One Health approaches penetrate in the scientific community? A bibliometric analysis - Lisa VORS (UMR Astre Cirad - Ecole Nationale Vétérinaire de Toulouse, France)
  • Transmission dynamics modelling of Hepatitis E virus in compartmentalized pig farms reveal between batch and between compartment transmission as potential effective on farm control target - Marina MEESTER (Utrecht University, The Netherlands)
  • Moving towards One Health surveillance of antimicrobial resistance in France: A mixed approach to evaluate cross-sectoral collaboration and associated drivers and barrier - Lucie COLLINEAU (ANSES, France)
  • Syndromic surveillance for Animals and One Health: Current Practice and Future Directions - Julie SHAPIRO (ANSES, France)

 

19.00 - 22.00 : Gala Dinner. Cost: 70€/person 

Friday 14th June 2024


09.00 - 10.00 : Keynote lecture 4 - Which tools for which One Health challenges ?

Invited speaker : Wim VAN DER POEL - Wageningen Bioveterinary Research (Netherlands)

Wim van der Poel is special professor of Emerging and Zoonotic Viruses at Wageningen University and Research, the Netherlands. He is Doctor in veterinary medicine and has obtained his PhD degree at Utrecht University. He is a specialist within the European College of Veterinary Microbiology (ECVM) and Coordinator of the EPIZONE European Research Group, the largest network on epizootic animal diseases research. Wim van der Poel is an expert on veterinary virology and detection and characterization of new and emerging viruses He has worked on emerging viruses research for more than 30 years and has been involved in many international research projects. Over the past few years Wim van der Poel worked at Wageningen Bioveterinary Research and collaborated with a lot of other research groups in a number of One Health networks, including the EJP One Health, the Netherlands Center for One Health (NCOH) and the Global One Health Research Partnership (GOHRP). Wim van der Poel and relies on a vast network of professional experts in the specific areas of emerging and zoonotic viruses; foodborne viruses and One Health.

Chairpersons: Tijs TOBIAS (Netherlands) and Philippe FRAVALO (France)

 

 

10.00 - 10.30 : Coffee break 

 


10.30 - 11.30 : Regular session New tools to meet One Health challenges (II)
Chairpersons: To be defined

3 Oral communications

  • The Care collection: an open panel of over 500 strains of perfectly characterized zoonotic and foodborne bacterial pathogens - Emmanuelle HELLOIN (INRAE, France)
  • A Model of One Health Antimicrobial Resistance Monitoring: the National Antimicrobial Resistance Monitoring System - Gregory TYSON (FDA, USA)
  • (To be confirmed) Mobilising a participatory process to support the operationalization of One Health surveillance : the case study of anthrax in Burkina Faso

 

 

11.30 - 12.30 : Keynote lecture 5 - ANRS - Emerging infectious Diseases : an autonomous agency with emphasis on a One-Health approach of infectious diseases

Invited speaker : Pr Yazdan YAZDANPANAH, Director of ANRS-MIE

  Yazdan Yazdanpanah is the Director of ANRS emerging infectious diseases Agency, Director of the Aviesan/Inserm Institute I3M, Head of the Infectious Disease department at Bichat Hospital and Professor of Infectious Disease at Paris Cité University.

Master of Science degree in epidemiology from the Harvard School of Public Health and a Ph.D degree in public health from the Bordeaux School of Public Health. His research interests include the clinical epidemiology of HIV, viral hepatitis, emerging infectious diseases and the pharmaco-economics of antimicrobial agents.

Chairpersons: Gilles SALVAT, ANSES (France)

 

 

12.30 - 13.00 Closing ceremony by Gilles SALVAT, ANSES Deputy Director General

End of the symposium

 


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