Logo BMBF


Dear colleagues, 


we're looking forward to inviting you to the National Symposium on Zoonoses Research 2018 in Berlin! Due to the great demand of our previous symposia and the recent organisational extension, for the first time ever, the Symposium is going to take place on three days, starting October 17 and ending on October 19, 2018. Once again, we aim to bring together students and professionals from different zoonoses research areas. 

Zoonoses are a global challenge – whether they are well-known or newly emerging diseases, whether they are caused by viruses, bacteria, parasites or prions, or whether they are transmitted directly or via vectors. Well-founded interdisciplinary research is essential to successfully fight this health burden. For this year´s symposium we have again created an agenda that we hope appeals to everyone. This includes keynote presentations by well-known colleagues as well as selected workshop talks in parallel sessions covering a broad spectrum of topics.

Let’s join forces and strengthen once again the impact of the One Health Concept!

Sincerely yours,

Stephan Ludwig (Münster), Martin Groschup (Greifswald, Insel Riems), Sebastian C. Semler (Berlin) (Conference Chairs) 


Keynotes:

Alexandra Mailles (French Public health Agency/ Santé publique France): Zoonotic risk and unmet needs in the One Health era


Rene S. Hendriksen (Technical University of Denmark): NGS, big data and molecular epidemiology


Leonard Hamschmidt (Gesundheitsamt Oldenburg): Leptospirose / Erdbeerpflücker-Krankheit aus der Sicht des ÖGD


Impulse Session “Science communication”

  • Andrea Maisner (Philipps Universität Marburg)
  • Kai Kupferschmidt
  • Volker Stollorz (Science Media Center Germany)


Subjects:

  • Antimicrobial Use and Resistance
  • Bioinformatics
  • Epidemiology and Ecology of Zoonotic Infections
  • Free Topics
  • Immune Response and Vaccines
  • Innate and Adaptive Immune Response
  • New and Re-Emerging Zoonotic Diseases
  • Novel Methods, Diagnostics and NGS
  • Parasites
  • Pathogen-Cell Interaction
  • Pathogenesis and Modelling of Zoonotic Diseases
  • Public Health 
  • Risk Assessment and Epidemiology


Continuous Veterinary Education

Veterinarians working in Germany will be accredited 12 hours (ATF-Stunden) for all three days by the Federal Chamber of Veterinarians (Bundestierärztekammer). You will receive your certificate during the lunch breaks of the symposium. 


Continuous Medical Education

Physicians working in Germany will be accredited 3 CME points of category A on the first and third as well as 6 CME points of category A for the second day by the Berlin Chamber of Physicians (Ärztekammer Berlin). You will receive your certificate during the lunch breaks of the symposium. Please note that you will need one barcode label per day for the confirmation of participation.


Program 2018

Please find the current version of the program here


Abstract submission is closed!


Registration is closed!


Venue

More information


Accommodation

More information 


Sponsors

The National Symposium on Zoonoses Research 2018 is sponsored by Pfizer.




News

Zukunftsthema Global Health: Epidemien erfordern globale Lösungen

10. Nationales Symposium für Zoonosenforschung bringt 350 Wissenschaftler in Berlin zusammen

 
[ mehr ]

Interviews

„Wie man sich das in der Zoonosenforschung vorstellt“

Prof. Dr. Jonas Schmidt-Chanasit über die Kooperation zwischen Human- und Tiermedizin und die Entdeckung eines neuen Borna-Virus

[ mehr ]

News

Zukunftsthema Global Health: Epidemien erfordern globale Lösungen

10. Nationales Symposium für Zoonosenforschung bringt 350 Wissenschaftler in Berlin zusammen

 
[ mehr ]

Termine

International Scientific Symposium: Emerging Infections: Increasing preparedness by networking

27.11.2018
[ mehr ]

Influenza - Auswirkungen der zoonotischen und der saisonalen Influenza

27.11.2018
[ mehr ]



DIP

Einblick in die Datenbank der Zoonosenplattform

Beispiel: Mitgliederverteilung