Oral Presentation - ISVEE 15, Thailand


DAY 1: Monday 12 November 2018
Chiangmai 1 Time   Topic First name Last name
Symposium 1.1
Health policy and capacity building
13.20-13.40   Understanding the use of antimicrobial susceptibility testing by French veterinarians to better interpret antimicrobial resistance surveillance data Clémence Boireau
13.40-14.00 Surveillance of viral disease with total coverage: Money well spent? Britt Bang Jensen
14.00-14.20 The animal health surveillance onto logical framework Fernanda Dórea
14.20-14.40 Disease monitoring and reporting among Australian beef and sheep producers: A cross-sectional study of levels of responsibility for surveillance. Marta Hernandez-Jover
14.40-15.00 Antimicrobial usage surveillance of animal health in Indonesia to address antimicrobial resistance Yusuf Havan
  15.00-15.30 Coffee/Tea Break
Symposium 1.2
Special section:  Our trend and future
15.30-15.50   Seasonal risk for avian influenza virus introductions into free-range layer farms and implications for control strategies in the Netherlands Jose L Gonzales
15.50-16.10 The Assessment of Preventive measures against highly pathogenic avian influenza (HPAI) H5N6 infection in chicken eggs layer farms  in Republic of Korea  Daesung Yoo
16.10-16.30 Risk based surveillance of influenza virus in wild birds in Chile Christopher Hamilton-West
Chiangmai 2 Time   Topic First name Last name
Symposium 2.1
One health (animal-human-environment interface)
13.20-13.40   A mathematical model to elucidate the dynamics of tetracycline-resistant E. coli in beef cattle in the absence of antibiotic use during the finishing period Wendy Beauvais
13.40-14.00 Risk factors of extended-spectrum β-lactamase producing enterobacteriaceae occurrence in commercial farms in Reunion, Madagascar and Mayotte Islands, 2016-2017 Noellie Gay
14.00-14.20 Effects of antibiotics on bacterial resistance and serotype diversity of Salmonella enterica originating from lymph nodes, fecal and hide samples of feeder cattle at slaughter Gizem Levent
14.20-14.40 Effects of a two-dose ceftiofur treatment for metritis on levels of antimicrobial resistance among fecal Escherichia coli in Holstein-Friesian dairy cows at the time of slaughter-eligibility  Ethan Taylor
14.40-15.00 Genotypic and phenotypic diversity of Salmonella enterica isolated from patients at an equine referral hospital Ingrid Maribel Leon Moreno
  15.00-15.30 Coffee/Tea Break
Symposium 2.2
One health (animal-human-environment interface)
15.30-15.50   Applying machine learning techniques to antimicrobial susceptibility data Casey Cazer
15.50-16.10 Determining the prevalence and diversity of Salmonella enterica from market hogs at slaughter  Keri Norman
16.10-16.30 Does the use of lower-order beta-lactam antibiotics in food animal production over-select for higher-order beta-lactamase resistance of consequence to human health? Olanrewaju James Ogunrinu
Chiangmai 3 Time   Topic First name Last name
Symposium 3.1
Epidemiologic principles and methods
13.20-13.40   Modelling recurrent circulation of Rift Valley fever virus in northern Senegal Veronique Chevalier
13.40-14.00 The impact of environment on vector-borne diseases; the case of Rift Valley fever Giovanni Lo Iacono
14.00-14.20 Bluetongue disease dynamics and control in France: from emergence to re-emergence Noémie Courtejoie
14.20-14.40 Designing a stochastic individual-based multi-pathogen model to understand hepatitis E virus (HEV) dynamics in a farrow-to-finish pig farm Morgane Salines
14.40-15.00 Bovine brucellosis within-herd modeling to simulate infection dynamics and evaluate different control strategies María Natalia Aznar
  15.00-15.30 Coffee/Tea Break
Symposium 3.2
Epidemiologic principles and methods
15.30-15.50 Using sociological data in scenario tree modelling: the example of the evaluation of the French bovine tuberculosis surveillance system Valentine Poirier
15.50-16.10 Reconstructing foot-and-mouth disease outbreaks: a methods comparison of transmission network models Simon Firestone
16.10-16.30 Control of swine influenza A virus endemic persistence in farrow-to-finish herds: insights from a stochastic metapopulation model Nicolas Rose
Chiangmai 4 Time   Topic First name Last name
Symposium 4.1
Health policy and capacity building
13.20-13.40 Economic evaluation of the eradication program for bovine viral diarrhea in the Swiss dairy sector Beat Thomann
13.40-14.00 Treatment strategies for sheep scab: an economic model of farmer behaviour Emily Nixon
14.00-14.20 Modelling interventions to mitigate production loss due to Fasciola hepatica in key UK cattle sectors Sue Tongue
14.20-14.40 Use of a stochastic production frontier approach to examine impact of gastrointestinal nematode management in beef cow-calf herds in Canada. David Hall
14.40-15.00 Smallholder benefits and costs of a FMD control program in Cambodia Ian Patrick
  15.00-15.30 Coffee/Tea Break
Symposium 4.2
Health policy and capacity building
15.30-15.50   Assessing the aggregate market costs of restrictions on antimicrobial use in U.S. dairy production Guillaume Lhermie
15.50-16.10   Assessing the economics associated with cattle health and production research trial results  Dustin Pendell
16.10-16.30   How would eliminating pneumonia in calves prior to weaning affect the net income of the US cow-calf industry? David Roy Smith
Chiangmai 5 Time   Topic First name Last name
Symposium 5.1
Epidemiologic principles and methods
13.20-13.40   Using pig movement network as a support tool for the development of risk-based surveillance strategies of swine pathogens: application to hepatitis E virus Morgane Salines
13.40-14.00   Social network analysis of free-roaming dog populations in the Torres Strait, Australia, to inform disease spread modelling Victoria Brookes
14.00-14.20   Dynamic network measures reveal the impact of cattle markets and alpine summering on the risk for epidemic outbreaks in the Swiss cattle population Beatriz Vidondo
14.20-14.40   A description of the U.S. livestock industry: spatial and network analysis of Interstate Certificates of Veterinary Inspection animal movements from April 2015 to March 2016 Aurelio Cabezas
14.40-15.00   Integration of SQl, R and shiny to analyze interactively animal trade network Jason Onell Ardila Galvis
  15.00-15.30        
Symposium 5.2
Epidemiologic principles and methods
15.30-15.50   Spatial risk and transmission of bovine tuberculosis in Espírito Santo, Brazil Jason Onell Ardila Galvis
15.50-16.10   Using machine learning to predict swine movements with application to the control of infectious diseases Pablo Valdes-Donoso
16.10-16.30   Time to consider livestock movement as a tempOral network: tempOral network analysis of Australian sheep movement data  Caitlin Pfeiffer
Pailin (Hotel) Time   Topic First name Last name
Symposium 6.1
Epidemiologic studies in specific species/topics
13.20-13.40   Dynamic of antimicrobial resistance in diseased horses in France since 2012 Clémence Boireau
13.40-14.00   Meta-analysis of risk factors for catastrophic musculoskeletal injury in racehorses  Peta Hitchens
14.00-14.20   The French surveillance network of equine mortality causes: a new way of monitoring the horse industry   Jackie Tapprest
14.20-14.40   Incidence rate and clinical signs of owner-reported laminitis in a cohort of horses and ponies in Great Britain Danica Pollard
14.40-15.00   A prospective web-based cohort study to identify factors associated with owner-reported laminitis development in horses and ponies in Great Britain Danica Pollard
  15.00-15.30        
Symposium 6.2
Epidemiologic studies in specific species/topics
15.30-15.50   Epidemiology of multi-drug resistant ESBL-producing E. coli isolated from horses at five equine hospitals in the UK Cajsa Isgren
15.50-16.10   Combined use of two national equine databases in order to get a better knowledge of equine mortality and other demographic issues in France.  Jackie Tapprest
16.10-16.30   Equine owners and rendering companies: a complex relationship that can help to improve equine traceability Aurélie Merlin
Paytai (Hotel) Time   Topic First name Last name
Symposium 7.1
Epidemiologic studies in specific species/topics
13.20-13.40   Dog days and dingo nights: cross-species interactions to inform rabies spread modelling Michael Ward
13.40-14.00   Epidemiology of wild marine mammal mortalities in the UK- 25 years of strandings surveillance Andrew Brownlow
14.00-14.20   Anthropozoonotic parasites in urban dwelling marsupials in the greater Perth region, Australia Alison Hillman
14.40-15.00   Infectious disease transmission at the wild dog – Domestic dog interface in remote indigenous communities in Northern Australia Vanessa Gabriele-Rivet
  15.00-15.30        
Symposium 7.2
Epidemiologic studies in specific species/topics
15.30-15.50   Factors affecting incidental koala sightings in Queensland, Australia Ravi Disasnayake
15.50-16.10   Where do bats go? Shedding light on virus exposure pathways and surveillance strategies by tracking bats Nistara Randhawa
16.10-16.30   Towards diagnosing tuberculosis in pachyderms: the contribution of species-specific interferon gamma assays  Anita Michel
Paitoon (Hotel) Time   Topic First name Last name
Symposium 8.1
Health policy and capacity building
13.20-13.40   Why are humans sentinels for canine-rabies incursions? Victoria Brookes
13.40-14.00   Close to real-time conversion of basic space time data into valuable information using open-source technologies: the South African HPAI outbreak as an example John Grewar
14.00-14.20   Using ontologies to create open source smartphone-based differential disease diagnosis and reporting tools for animals in rural settings Crawford Revie
14.20-14.40   Evaluation of exhaustiveness of the OIE early warning system by applying the three-source capture-recapture method Lina Awada
14.40-15.00   What factors influence the adoption of technology for improved recording in sheep flocks? The importance of farmers’ attitudes Eliana Lima
  15.00-15.30 Coffee/Tea Break
Symposium 8.2
Health policy and capacity building
15.30-15.50   Why smallholder pig value chain actors are not willing to report disease outbreak or comply to animal movement restrictions: case of African swine fever in Uganda? Michel Dione
15.50-16.10   Epidemiological investigations in animal disease outbreaks: a web-based system for reporting and managing the information collected. Patrizia Colangeli
DAY 2: Tuesday 13 November 2018
Chiangmai 1 Time   Topic First name Last name
Symposium 9.1
One health (animal-human-environment interface)
10.40-11.00   Comparing risk-based versus random sampling in antimicrobial residue surveillance in finishing pigs in the Netherlands. Anouk Veldhuis
11.00-11.20   National Prevalence of Salmonella spp. in Poultry Slaughterhouses under Federal Inspection in Brazil, 2017. Anna Brasileiro
11.20-11.40   Awareness of zoonoses among small holder livestock producers in Ethiopia Barbara Wieland
11.40-12.00   The perceptions of Australian veterinarians regarding the zoonotic potential of Mycobacterium avium subspecies paratuberculosis (MAP) Kamal Raj Acharya
  12.00-13.20 LUNCH      
Symposium 9.2
One health (animal-human-environment interface)
13.20-13.40   The association between visual inspection of slaughter hygiene, using Hygienic Performance Rating and microbiological contamination of sheep and cattle carcasses Marianne Sandberg
13.40-14.00   Food safety in informal markets: what works and why Delia  Grace
Symposium 9.2
Epidemiologic studies in specific species/topics
14.00-14.20   Assessment of the analgesic efficacy of ketoprofen and meloxicam when compounded with iron dextran and administered to piglets at the time of castration Terri O’Sullivan
14.20-14.40   Evaluation of welfare and cow comfort through a controlled field trial on smallholder dairy farms in Central Kenya Shauna Richards
14.40-15.00   Effects of local anesthetic and/or systemic analgesia on pain associated with cautery disbudding in calves: A systematic review and meta-analysis Charlotte Winder
  15.00-15.30 Coffee/Tea Break
Symposium 9.3
Epidemiologic studies in specific species/topics
15.30-15.50   Associations between herd-level risk factors and lameness prevalence in freestall and compost-bedded pack dairy barns in southern Brazil José Bran
15.50-16.10   Associations between individual-level risk factors and lameness in primiparous cows in intensive dairy farms in southern Brazil José Bran
16.10-16.30   Antimicrobial usage in organic pig production with reference to in-door conventional production in Denmark Jan Tind Sørensen
16.30-17.30 Poster session II
Chiangmai 2 Time   Topic First name Last name
Symposium 10.1
One health (animal-human-environment interface)
9.30-9.50   Attitudes of dairy farmers and the general public towards antibiotic use and resistance in dairy cattle Michelle Wemette
9.50-10.10   The effect of herd health consulting on reducing antimicrobial usage in Swiss pig farms  Gertraud Schüpbach
  10.10-10.40 Coffee/Tea Break
Symposium 10.2
One health (animal-human-environment interface)
10.40-11.00   Sow herd typologies based on biosecurity, productivity, antimicrobial and vaccine use data Amanda Brinch Kruse
11.00-11.20   Antimicrobial use practices of veterinary clinicians at a veterinary teaching hospital in the United States Chika Okafor
11.20-11.40   Drivers for antimicrobial use in sheep farms in the UK Charlotte Doidge
11.40-12.00   Assigning defined daily doses for antimicrobials registered for usage in turkeys to enable a cross-country quantification and comparison of antimicrobial consumption in 60 French, German and Spanish turkey farms Philip Joosten
  12.00-13.20 LUNCH      
Symposium 10.3
One health (animal-human-environment interface)
13.20-13.40   Are foodborne illnesses due to beef contaminated with antimicrobial resistant bacteria correlated with prophylactic use of antibiotics in beef cattle? Solenne Costard
13.40-14.00   A novel participatory strategy to reduce antimicrobial use in agricultural systems Skye Fruean
14.00-14.20   Understanding the role of anthropogenic landscapes in wildlife antimicrobial resistance: merging metagenomics and spatial epidemiology Elizabeth Miller
14.20-14.40   Acquisition and dissemination of antimicrobial resistant E. coli in gulls and bald eagles inferred using whole genome sequencing Christina Ahlstrom
14.40-15.00   Restriction in the use of antimicrobials in food animals and its association with prevalence of antimicrobial resistance fenes – A systematic review Diego Nobrega
  15.00-15.30 Coffee/Tea Break      
Symposium 10.4
One health (animal-human-environment interface)
15.30-15.50   Antimicrobials and disease: Impact of antimicrobial misuse in chicken farming systems in Vietnam Juan Carrique Mas
15.50-16.10   Variation in antimicrobial resistance profile diversity of isolates of Salmonella typhimurium between UK chicken, cattle and swine populations Kate Mellor
16.10-16.30   Livelihoods and antimicrobial stewardship among smallholder livestock farmers and animal healthcare workers in Thai Nguyen Province, Vietnam: a cross-sectional survey Tarni Cooper
  16.30-17.30 Poster session II      
Chiangmai 3 Time   Topic First name Last name
Symposium 11.1
Epidemiologic principles and methods
9.30-9.50   A network-based simulation model to predict the probability and impact of a rabies incursion in the Torres Strait, Australia Victoria Brookes
9.50-10.10   A model of foot-and-mouth disease transmission, detection, and intervention strategies within a U.S. beef feedlot Aurelio Cabezas
  10.10-10.40 Coffee/Tea Break
Symposium 11.2
Epidemiologic principles and methods
10.40-11.00   A simplified model of bluetongue risk in Europe Paul Bessell
11.00-11.20   Combining genetic and epidemiological data to unveil bovine tuberculosis spread pathways Gianluigi Rossi
11.20-11.40   Novel approach for sensitivity analysis for epidemiological models combining Sobol indices and polynomial chaos expansion Salome Dürr
11.40-12.00   The effects of different romaing patterns and their contact rates on the spread of canine-rabies in Northern Australia. Emily Hudson
  12.00-13.20 LUNCH      
Symposium 11.3
Epidemiologic principles and methods
13.20-13.40   Spatial clustering of staphylococcal infections and antimicrobial resistance among dogs presented at a veterinary teaching hospital in South Africa Agricola Odoi
13.40-14.00   Estimating contact rates from utilisation distributions of dogs: the influence of roaming patterns. Emily Hudson
14.00-14.20   A discussion on synchronized fallowing to control salmon lice populations in aquaculture based on empirical evidence Lars Qviller
14.20-14.40   Spatial and risk factor analysis of bovine viral diarrhoea (BVD) virus after the first-year compulsory phase of BVD eradication programme in Northern Ireland patial and risk factor analysis of bovine viral diarrhoea (BVD) virus after the first-year compulsory phase of BVD eradication programme in Northern Ireland Waroonsiri Charoenlarp
14.40-15.00   Spatial analysis of human echinococcosis in Kyrgyzstan  Giulia Paternoster
  15.00-15.30 Coffee/Tea Break
Symposium 11.4
Epidemiologic principles and methods
15.30-15.50   Risk factors for bovine rabies in Rio de Janeiro state, Brazil, 2010-2016  Mark Stevenson
15.50-16.10   Spatial analysis of canine visceral leishmaniasis in Panorama city, São Paulo, Brazil Ana Pérola Drulla  Brandão
16.10-16.30   Spatial autocorrelation in a non-linear disease risk environment Anne Meyer
  16.30-17.30 Poster session II
Chiangmai 4 Time   Topic First name Last name
Symposium 12.1
Epidemiologic studies in specific species/topics
9.30-9.50   Monitoring quality of young stock rearing in dairy herds: a data-based scoring method  Inge Santman-berends
9.50-10.10   Report on the use of antibiotic dry cow therapy (DCT) in Finnish dairy herds Maria J Vilar
  10.10-10.40 Coffee/Tea Break
Symposium 12.2
Epidemiologic studies in specific species/topics
10.40-11.00   Estimation of the cost of different severity levels of lameness in dairy cows: A dynamic programming approach Julia Hertl
11.00-11.20   Myocardial infarction in beef and buffalo calves during Foot and Mouth Disease outbreak in Nakhon Phanom province, Thailand, Dec 2016 – Jan 2017 Prakit Srisai
11.20-11.40   Streptococcus agalactiae mastitis: an indication of sequence type-specific effect on milk production in Norwegian dairy cows Ingrid Holmøy
11.40-12.00   The prevalence of Fasciola hepatica in irrigated dairy regions of Victoria, Australia Mark Stevenson
  12.00-13.20 LUNCH      
Symposium 12.3
Health policy and capacity building
13.20-13.40   Economic impact of five control strategies to reduce BLV prevalence in endemic region in Canada Karin Orsel
13.40-14.00   Collective strategies to control PRRS, a non-reportable, endemic swine disease Pablo Valdes-Donoso
14.00-14.20   A bioeconomic model for the optimization of local and regional canine rabies control Johann Kotzé
14.20-14.40   A cross sectional study to estimate the dog population and economic impact on the use of mass rabies vaccine in a township located at Nay Pyi Taw Council area of Myanmar Kyaw Naing Oo
14.40-15.00   Estimating the economic impact of lumpy skin disease and sheep and goat pox outbreaks on subsistence farmers in Nigeria Georgina Limon
  15.00-15.30 Coffee/Tea Break
Symposium 12.4
Health policy and capacity building
15.30-15.50   A Preliminary economic analysis to assess the benefits of vaccinating cattle against rabies in selected rabies high-risk areas of Bhutan Sangay Rinchen
15.50-16.10   Bio-economic modelling of complex biological system: herd management decision making for antimicrobial use reduction Ahmed Ferchiou
16.10-16.30   The cost of livestock-associated methicilin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus eradication from Danis pig herds Francisco Fernando Calvo-Artavia
  16.30-17.30 Poster session II
Chiangmai 5 Time   Topic First name Last name
Symposium 13.1
Epidemiologic studies in specific species/topics
9.30-9.50   Big Data approach in swine production system: effect of transport conditions on carcass quality Céline Faverjon
9.50-10.10   Using network analysis to evaluate the role of feed suppliers during the early months of the 2014 porcine epidemic diarrhea Canadian outbreak  Terri O’Sullivan
  10.10-10.40 Coffee/Tea Break
Symposium 13.2
Epidemiologic studies in specific species/topics
10.40-11.00   Viral co-infections affect hepatitis E virus (HEV) infection dynamics in pigs and increase the risk of contaminated livers at slaughter Morgane Salines
11.00-11.20   Data-driven predictions and novel hypotheses about outbreaks of porcine epidemic diarrhea virus based on neighboring farms and disease intelligence Gustavo Machado
11.20-11.40   Characterization of temporal and spatial patterns of clinical respiratory episodes in growing pigs using continuous sound monitoring and an algorithm-based respiratory distress index Dale Polson
11.40-12.00   The effect of PRRS outbreak season on time to stability Juan Manuel Sanhueza
  12.00-13.20 LUNCH      
Symposium 13.3
Epidemiologic principles and methods
13.20-13.40   Cattle dung trader: a potential hidden actor for the spread of FMD virus between beef and dairy cattle farms in Northern Thailand. Chalutwan Sansamur
13.40-14.00   Improving disease contact tracing using individual animal data Stephen Catterall
14.00-14.20   Analysis of temporal contact networks in feedlot cattle and implications for disease transmission model assumptions Hannah Seger
14.20-14.40   Reconstruction of the cattle movement network in New Zealand: exploring the underlying drivers of cattle trade Jun-Hee Han
14.40-15.00   SpatiotempOral network structure reveals contagious process in birds Carmel Witte
  15.00-15.30 Coffee/Tea Break
Symposium 13.4
Epidemiologic principles and methods
15.30-15.50   Livestock trade network: the potential for disease transmission and implications for risk-based surveillance on the island of Mayotte Younjung Kim
15.50-16.10   Understanding how disease information diffuses through farmer social networks M. Carolyn Gates
16.10-16.30   A new tool for identifying outgoing-infection chain in dynamic tempOral networks: example of the application in the salmon industry

Yu-hsuan Chiu
  16.30-17.30 Poster session II
Pailin (Hotel) Time   Topic First name Last name
Symposium 14.1
Epidemiologic studies in specific species/topics
9.30-9.50   Ewe lameness: prevalence and risk factors in 162 English sheep flocks in 2015 Naomi Prosser
9.50-10.10   Bacterial causes of small ruminant abortion: A systematic review and meta-analysis Gezahegn Alemeyehu Ayalew
  10.10-10.40 Coffee/Tea Break
Symposium 14.2
Epidemiologic studies in specific species/topics
10.40-11.00   Can farmers’ observations help us determine prevalence? Quantifying ewe mortality based on imperfect data Caitlin Pfeiffer
11.00-11.20   Transmission patterns of Peste des Petits Ruminants in the Karamoja region of Uganda  Jeanne Coffin-schmitt
11.20-11.40   Sheep health, welfare and value chain improvement in South Australia Torben Nielsen
11.40-12.00   The association between Coxiella burnetii shedding at the time of parturition in dairy goats and daily milk yields produced during the subsequent lactation  Jose Canevari
  12.00-13.20 LUNCH      
Symposium 14.3
Epidemiologic studies in specific species/topics
13.20-13.40   Survey of equine evisceration following castration considering method, position, and breed. Gema Vidal
13.40-14.00   Infectious respiratory disease in a standardbred training facility: incidence, clinical signs, and risk factors for infection. Tanya Rossi
14.00-14.20   Use of proximity loggers to establish contact patterns in a multi-barn standardbred training facility Tanya Rossi
14.20-14.40   Uncovering contact patterns and network dynamics of equine movements and association with Burkholderia mallei outbreaks  Nicolas Cardenas
14.40-15.00   Utilising opportunistic primary care data for equine disease surveillance in New Zealand Patricia Pearce
  15.00-15.30 Coffee/Tea Break
Symposium 14.4
Epidemiologic studies in specific species/topics
15.30-15.50   Estimating the potential distribution of the infectious pathogen Pythium insidiosum between two Latin American countries Gustavo Machado
15.50-16.10   Human disease from Chlamydia psittaci associated with equine foetal membranes and critically ill neonates: an example of a One Health approach to an emerging risk in a climate of poor diagnostic capacity and minimal funding. Jane Heller
16.10-16.30   Attitudes and risk perception of Australian horse owners towards flying foxes in relation to Hendra virus Anke Wiethoelter
16.30-17.30 Poster session II
Paytai (Hotel) Time   Topic First name Last name
Symposium 15.1
Epidemiologic studies in specific species/topics
9.30-9.50   Emergence of tick-borne diseases at northern latitudes in Europe: a comparative approach  Hildegunn Viljugrein
9.50-10.10   Trophic behavior of Japanese Encephalitis vectors in Cambodia Sebastien Boyer
  10.10-10.40 Coffee/Tea Break
Symposium 15.2
Epidemiologic studies in specific species/topics
10.40-11.00   Use of entomology surveillance data for modeling culicoides abundance in mainland France Pierre Villard
11.00-11.20   Modelling the spatial distribution of the bluetongue vector culicoides brevitarsis in Australia Shumoos Al Riyami
11.20-11.40   A freedom of disease survey: African horse sickness virus in South Africa’s surveillance zone in 2017 John Grewar
11.40-12.00   A field investigation of an African horse sickness outbreak in the controlled area of South Africa in 2016 John Grewar
  12.00-13.20 LUNCH      
Symposium 15.3
Epidemiologic studies in specific species/topics
13.20-13.40   Molecular epidemiology of foot-and-mouth disease virus in rangelands shared by African buffalo and cattle in Kenya Kimberly VanderWaal
13.40-14.00   The impact of elephant endotheliotropic herpesvirus hemorrhagic disease on the European captive population of Asian elephant (Elephas maximus) Sónia Jesus Fontes
14.00-14.20   Between roost contact is essential for maintenance of European bat lyssavirus type-2 in Myotis daubentonii bat reservoir: ‘The Swarming Hypothesis’ Andrew Breed
14.20-14.40   Chicken or the egg, or neither? Wildlife-livestock multi-host prevalence surveys of infectious abortion in interface areas of the SE Lowveld of Zimbabwe 2008-2017 Michel De Garine-wichatitsky
14.40-15.00   Avian Influenza Outbreak Response in US Zoos and Aquariums Yvette Johnson-Walker
  15.00-15.30 Coffee/Tea Break
Symposium 15.4
Epidemiologic studies in specific species/topics
15.30-15.50   Baseline exposure to rabies and targeted vaccination of a large population of free-roaming African wild dogs in the Kruger National Park, South Africa Louis van Schalkwyk
15.50-16.10   City zoos in Mediterranean countries: a safe haven for Leishmania infantum? Eduardo Berriatua
16.10-16.30  
16.30-17.30 Poster session II
Paitoon (Hotel) Time   Topic First name Last name
Symposium 16.1
Health policy and capacity building
9.30-9.50   Risk assessment for pleuromutilins in pigs – using European Medicine Agency’s guidelines  Lis Alban
9.50-10.10   Rapid risk assessment of exotic animal disease introduction Clazien J. De Vos
  10.10-10.40 Coffee/Tea Break
Symposium 16.2
Health policy and capacity building
10.40-11.00   So many risk organisms, so little time – building a framework for the New Zealand dairy industry to effectively assess biosecurity risks Petra Muellner
11.00-11.20   Untangling farm management risk factors for bovine viral diarrhoea virus infection using Bayesian network modelling Jun-Hee Han
11.20-11.40   The highs and lows of maintaining risk assessments over time: lessons learnt from 14 years of the BSE-Control risk assessment Amie Adkin
11.40-12.00  
  12.00-13.20 LUNCH      
Symposium 16.3
Epidemiologic studies in specific species/topics
13.20-13.40   Welfare-Adjusted Life Years (WALY): A novel metric of animal welfare that combines the impacts of impaired welfare and abbreviated lifespan  Kendy Tzu-Yun Teng
13.40-14.00   Raw chicken consumption, campylobacter infection and acute polyradiculoneuritis in dogs Simon Firestone
14.00-14.20   An estimate of the number of dogs in US shelters and their fate Kimberly Woodruff
14.20-14.40   Progression of surgical efficiency, incision length and complication rate in senior veterinary students enrolled in a 2 week spay/neuter surgical elective Kimberly Woodruff
14.40-15.00   Reproducibility of the mark-resight method for estimating abundance in free roaming dogs Natascha Meunier
  15.00-15.30 Coffee/Tea Break
Symposium 16.4
Epidemiologic studies in specific species/topics
15.30-15.50   A comparative study of enumeration techniques for Free-roaming dogs in rural Baramati, District Pune, India Harish Tiwari
15.50-16.10   Bias analyses for observational studies: Non-specific protective effect of rabies vaccine on all-cause mortality in dogs Anne Conan
16.10-16.30  
  16.30-17.30 Poster session II
DAY 3: Wednesday 14 November 2018
Grand Hall Time   Topic First name Last name
8.30-9.20  
9.30-9.50  
9.50-10.10
  10.10-10.40 Coffee/Tea Break
Chiangmai 1 Time   Topic First name Last name
Symposium 17.1
Health policy and capacity building
10.40-11.00   Assessment of the bovine tuberculosis control program in Uruguay; what can we do better? Catalina Picasso Risso
11.00-11.20   Escalating community participation to sustain the rabies program  Okta Wismandanu
11.20-11.40   Can FMD be controlled by risked-based partial vaccination? Cord Heuer
11.40-12.00   Impact of diagnostic criteria on the Danish plasmacytosis control program between 2000 and 2015 Jens Frederik Agger
  12.00-13.20 LUNCH      
13.20-13.40 Country presentation (Proposal) for hosting the ISVEE 2024
13.40-14.00
14.00-14.20
14.20-14.40
14.40-15.00
  15.00-15.30 Coffee/Tea Break
15.30-15.50 Country presentation (Proposal) for hosting the ISVEE 2024 (continued)
15.50-16.10
16.10-16.30
  16.30-17.30 Poster session III
Chiangmai 2 Time   Topic First name Last name
Symposium 18.1
One health (animal-human-environment interface)
9.30-9.50   Quantitative and qualitative description of antimicrobial usage in 181 broiler farms in 9 European countries Philip Joosten
9.50-10.10   Randomness of antimicrobial usage regarding choice of antimicrobial class and dosage on pig, poultry, turkey and veal calf farms. Philip Joosten
  10.10-10.40 Coffee/Tea Break
Symposium 18.2
One health (animal-human-environment interface)
10.40-11.00   Knowledge, attitude and practices survey on antimicrobials use and antimicrobial resistance in livestock and aquaculture production in Vietnam Pham-duc Phuc
11.00-11.20   Antimicrobial use in smallholder livestock systems in the highlands of Ethiopia Biruk Alemu Gemeda
11.20-11.40   What drives the use of critically important antibiotics by UK dairy farmers? Sophia Latham
11.40-12.00   Propensity score to assess treatment practices – an application to antimicrobial prevention in broiler production Claire Chauvin
  12.00-13.20 LUNCH      
13.20-13.40 Country presentation (Proposal) for hosting the ISVEE 2024
13.40-14.00
14.00-14.20
14.20-14.40
14.40-15.00
  15.00-15.30 Coffee/Tea Break
15.30-15.50 Country presentation (Proposal) for hosting the ISVEE 2024 (continued)
15.50-16.10
16.10-16.30
  16.30-17.30 Poster session III
Chiangmai 3 Time   Topic First name Last name
Symposium 19.1
Epidemiologic principles and methods
9.30-9.50   The effect of co-morbidity on disease control decisions: a stochastic modeling approach Rebecca Smith
9.50-10.10   Changing geographic patterns and risk factors for avian influenza A(H7N9) infections in humans, China Jean Artois
  10.10-10.40 Coffee/Tea Break
Symposium 19.2
Epidemiologic principles and methods
10.40-11.00   Using directed acyclic graphs (DAGs) for hypothesis generation and a priori model building: An investigation of risk factors for SRS and lice in Chilean salmonids  Amy Burroughs
11.00-11.20   Inferring the spatial spread of highly pathogenic avian influenza H5N2 clade 2.3.4.4 during the 2015 epidemics in Iowa Thibaud Porphyre
11.20-11.40   What are drivers that influence backyard and commercial farmers to implement avian influenza control in Bangladesh? Suman Das Gupta
11.40-12.00   Mitigating the risk of highly pathogenic avian influenza in the Vietnamese nomadic free-grazing duck system Timothée Vergne
  12.00-13.20 LUNCH      
13.20-13.40 Country presentation (Proposal) for hosting the ISVEE 2024
13.40-14.00
14.00-14.20
14.20-14.40
14.40-15.00
  15.00-15.30 Coffee/Tea Break
15.30-15.50 Country presentation (Proposal) for hosting the ISVEE 2024 (continued)
15.50-16.10
16.10-16.30
  16.30-17.30 Poster session III
Chiangmai 4 Time   Topic First name Last name
Symposium 20.1
Epidemiologic studies in specific species/topics
9.30-9.50   Can precision dairy monitoring technologies (PDMT) be used for early detection of changes in metritis status in dairy cattle during post-partum? Gema Vidal
9.50-10.10   Prevalence of Mycobacterium avium subsp. paratuberculosis infections in Canadian dairy herds Caroline Corbett
  10.10-10.40 Coffee/Tea Break
Symposium 20.2
Epidemiologic studies in specific species/topics
10.40-11.00   Relationships between type of hoof lesion and behavioural signs of lameness in Holstein cows housed in tie-stall facilities Megan Jewell
11.00-11.20   Animal and management factors associated with weight gain in dairy calves/heifers on smallholder dairy farms in Kenya John Vanleeuwen
11.20-11.40   Swedish dairy farmers’ intentions to reduce use of antibiotics Ulf Emanuelson
11.40-12.00   Field study to investigate the impact of dairy cow space allowance on health in GB dairy farms Jake Thompson
  12.00-13.20 LUNCH      
13.20-13.40 Country presentation (Proposal) for hosting the ISVEE 2024
13.40-14.00
14.00-14.20
14.20-14.40
14.40-15.00
  15.00-15.30 Coffee/Tea Break
15.30-15.50 Country presentation (Proposal) for hosting the ISVEE 2024 (continued)
15.50-16.10
16.10-16.30
  16.30-17.30 Poster session III
Chiangmai 5 Time   Topic First name Last name
Symposium 21.1
Epidemiologic studies in specific species/topics
9.30-9.50   Descriptive epidemiology of porcine reproductive and respiratory syndrome summer outbreaks in US sow farms Juan Manuel Sanhueza
9.50-10.10   Investigating the efficacy of using an acidified feed pre-slaughter treatment on the level of Salmonella in pigs Daniel Gilson
  10.10-10.40 Coffee/Tea Break
Symposium 21.2
Epidemiologic studies in specific species/topics
10.40-11.00   Modelling the economic efficiency of using different strategies to control Porcine Reproductive & Respiratory Syndrome at herd level Heiko Nathues
11.00-11.20   Inferring within-herd transmission parameters for African swine fever outbreaks using mortality data Claire Guinat
11.20-11.40   Evaluation of Gross Thoracic Lesions in Pigs from Selected Slaughterhouses in the Provinces of Batangas and Albay in the Philippines using Latent Class Analysis Tamsin Barnes
11.40-12.00   Tail lesions and pneumonia in free-range production systems – prevalence and risk factors related to age groups. Hanne Kongsted
  12.00-13.20 LUNCH      
13.20-13.40 Country presentation (Proposal) for hosting the ISVEE 2024
13.40-14.00
14.00-14.20
14.20-14.40
14.40-15.00
  15.00-15.30 Coffee/Tea Break
15.30-15.50 Country presentation (Proposal) for hosting the ISVEE 2024 (continued)
15.50-16.10
16.10-16.30
  16.30-17.30 Poster session III
Pailin (Hotel) Time   Topic First name Last name
Symposium 22.1
Epidemiologic studies in specific species/topics
9.30-9.50   Footrot in sheep: What’s n-ewe in the Dichelobacter nodosus community? Zoë Willis
9.50-10.10   Impact of vaccination, lameness control and biosecurity practices on the productivity of 649 British sheep flocks Eliana Lima
  10.10-10.40 Coffee/Tea Break
Symposium 22.2
Epidemiologic studies in specific species/topics
10.40-11.00   Small ruminants’ health and production indicators for migratory Kuchi serviced by Veterinary Field Units in Central Afghanistan.  Ellen Geerlings
11.00-11.20   Causal web of ovine breech flystrike in Australia Alison Hillman
11.20-11.40   Untangling the respiratory disease complex in small ruminants in Ethiopia  Biruk Alemu Gemeda
11.40-12.00   Epidemiology and economic impact of goat pox on small holder small ruminants farmers in Kanam local government area, North Central Nigeria Muhammad-bashir Bolajoko
  12.00-13.20 LUNCH      
13.20-13.40 Country presentation (Proposal) for hosting the ISVEE 2024
13.40-14.00
14.00-14.20
14.20-14.40
14.40-15.00
  15.00-15.30 Coffee/Tea Break      
15.30-15.50 Country presentation (Proposal) for hosting the ISVEE 2024 (continued)
15.50-16.10
16.10-16.30
16.30-17.30 Poster session III
Paytai (Hotel) Time   Topic First name Last name
Symposium 23.1
Special section:  Our trend and future
9.30-9.50   Risk of between-herd transmission of foot-and-mouth disease virus by milk collection Clazien J. De Vos
9.50-10.10   Reconstructing a transmission network and identifying risk factors of secondary transmissions in the 2010 foot-and-mouth disease epidemic in Japan Yoko Hayama
  10.10-10.40 Coffee/Tea Break
Symposium 23.2
Special section:  Our trend and future
10.40-11.00   Clinical and infection dynamics of foot-and-mouth disease in beef feedlot cattle: An expert survey Aurelio Cabezas
11.00-11.20   Assessment of the risk of incursion of exotic FMD viruses into Southeast Asia Chris Bartels
11.20-11.40   Spatial epidemiology, phylogenetic history, and risk factors for foot-and-mouth disease in Uganda Anna Munsey
11.40-12.00   Epidemiological strengthening of FMD control in southern Lao PDR Willem Vink
  12.00-13.20 LUNCH
13.20-13.40 Country presentation (Proposal) for hosting the ISVEE 2024
13.40-14.00
14.00-14.20
14.20-14.40
14.40-15.00
  15.00-15.30 Coffee/Tea Break
15.30-15.50 Country presentation (Proposal) for hosting the ISVEE 2024 (continued)
15.50-16.10
16.10-16.30
  16.30-17.30 Poster session III
Paitoon (Hotel) Time   Topic First name Last name
Symposium 24.1
Epidemiologic studies in specific species/topics
9.30-9.50   Sea lice (Lepeophtheirus salmonis) transmission between farmed and wild salmon in Muchalat Inlet, British Columbia Omid Nekouei
9.50-10.10   Screening for the presence of infectious agents in historical Sockeye salmon (Oncorhynchus nerka) samples from British Columbia, Canada (1985-1994) Krishna Thakur
  10.10-10.40 Coffee/Tea Break
Symposium 24.2
Epidemiologic studies in specific species/topics
10.40-11.00   Use of regulatory surveillance data for industry sanitary improvement: A case study of Chilean salmonid data and salmon rickettsial septicaemia risk factors Brendan Cowled
11.00-11.20   Risk factor analysis for improving post-harvest survival in Australian southern rock lobster holding facilities. Kandarp Khodidas Patel
11.20-11.40   Is ‘too late’ always too late? The case study of a retrospective investigation in ranched Southern Bluefin tuna (Thunnus maccoyii) mortality outbreak Charles Caraguel
11.40-12.00   The use of a refined fish health assessment index to evaluate the effect of contaminants of emerging concern on fish health in Northeastern Minnesota, USA  Jessica Deere
  12.00-13.20 LUNCH      
13.20-13.40 Country presentation (Proposal) for hosting the ISVEE 2024
13.40-14.00
14.00-14.20
14.20-14.40
14.40-15.00
  15.00-15.30 Coffee/Tea Break
15.30-15.50 Country presentation (Proposal) for hosting the ISVEE 2024 (continued)
15.50-16.10
16.10-16.30
  16.30-17.30 Poster session III
DAY 4: Thursday 15 November 2018
Grand Hall Time   Topic First name Last name
8.30-9.20  
9.30-9.50  
9.50-10.10  
  10.10-10.40 Coffee/Tea Break
Chiangmai 1 Time   Topic First name Last name
Symposium 25.1
Health policy and capacity building
10.40-11.00   Self-assessment of Bhutans’ rabies prevention and control programme using SARE tool Tenzin Tenzin
11.00-11.20   Epidemiological finding of highly pathogenic avian influenza (H5N8 subtype) outbreaks in Iran- 2016 Mohammad Hossein Fallah Mehrabadi
11.20-11.40   Qualitative comparison of BVDV control programmes in Europe to substantiate freedom from infection Annika van Roon
11.40-12.00   An innovative surveillance analysis tool for outcome-based comparison of freedom from infection in heterogeneous control programs Inge Santman-berends
  12.00-13.20 LUNCH      
Symposium 25.2
Health policy and capacity building
13.20-13.40   Controlling respiratory disease through biosecurity measures – The Norwegian control program for bovine respiratory syncytial virus (BRSV) and bovine coronavirus (BCV) Ane Nødtvedt
13.40-14.00   Quantitative risk analysis for the introduction of bovine tuberculosis through infected cattle in Silvopastoral systems Jose Alberto Erales Villamil
14.00-14.20   The role of tuberculin assays on naturally infected cattle in the Irish bovine tuberculosis eradication programme Anthony Duignan
14.20-14.40   Quality control of purified protein derivative tuberculins: essential for effective bovine tuberculosis control and eradication programmes Margaret Good
14.40-15.00   Quantitative epidemiological analyses from a voluntary BVDV control program supporting policymakers in the transition to national eradication in the Netherlands. Anouk Veldhuis
  15.00-15.30 Coffee/Tea Break
Symposium 25.3
Health policy and capacity building
15.30-15.50   Building the business case for bovine viral diarrhoea virus (BVD) eradication in New Zealand M. Carolyn Gates
15.50-16.10   Risk-based strategic plans for five priority diseases in the Palestinian Authority, integrated. Chris Bartels
16.10-16.30   Insight from epidemiological and animal movement data on bovine paratuberculosis infectious dynamics at a regional scale Gaël Beaunée
  16.10-17.00 Poster session IV
Chiangmai 2 Time   Topic First name Last name
Symposium 26.1
One health (animal-human-environment interface)
9.30-9.50   Addressing the global threat of antimicrobial resistance requires attention to local cultural practices that drive transmission of resistant bacteria at the community scale Louise Matthews
9.50-10.10   A qualitative study of antimicrobial use practices among beef cattle producers in Tennessee, USA  Chika Okafor
  10.10-10.40 Coffee/Tea Break
Symposium 26.2
One health (animal-human-environment interface)
10.40-11.00   Prevalence and antimicrobial resistance profiles of Staphylococcus aureus isolated from raw milk in pastoral areas of Northern Kenya  Isaac Omwenga
11.00-11.20   Genomic basis of emerging fluoroquinolone and third generation cephalosporin resistance in Escherichia coli isolated from swine clinical samples collected across USA Shivdeep Singh Hayer
11.20-11.40   Human exposure to antimicrobial-resistant bacteria from food animals: Findings from the IAM.AMR Project. Colleen Murphy
11.40-12.00   Antimicrobial resistance in the environment on dairy farms in Sweden Karin Sjöström
  12.00-13.20 LUNCH      
Symposium 26.3
Special section:  Our trend and future
13.20-13.40   Use of scenario planning methodologies to explore the long-term future of the veterinary epidemiology discipline Lisa Boden
13.40-14.00   Bridging the gap – an interactive self-study tool for advanced epidemiological methods Petra Muellner
14.00-14.20   A novel way of bringing One Health to veterinary and medical students Jane Heller
14.20-14.40   epidemix-An interactive multi-model application for teaching and visualizing infectious disease transmission Guillaume Fournié
14.40-15.00   Integrating education into One Health action: South Asian Experience Sithar Dorjee
  15.00-15.30 Coffee/Tea Break
Symposium 26.4
Special section:  Our trend and future
15.30-15.50   Use of R Shiny Apps for technology-assisted teaching of probabilistic modelling in animal health and food safety Matteo Crotta
15.50-16.10   The set-up of an international One Health master program: the InterRisk program in Southeast Asia “Assessment and management of health risks at the human, animal and ecosystem interface”  Flavie Goutard
16.10-16.30  
  16.10-17.00 Poster session IV
Chiangmai 3 Time   Topic First name Last name
Symposium 27.1
Special section:  Our trend and future
9.30-9.50   Unlocking the potential of veterinary clinical records using a data mining approach Wendy Kwok
9.50-10.10   Basic reproduction number for the Brazilian Spotted Fever Gina  Polo
  10.10-10.40 Coffee/Tea Break
Symposium 27.2
Special section:  Our trend and future
10.40-11.00   A framework for health informatics: big ideas from big data Theresa Bernardo
11.00-11.20   Using technological advances and machine learning to develop algorithms for livestock health and welfare Jasmeet Kaler
11.20-11.40    The use of machine learning for systematic reviews in epidemiology Ana Belen Garcia
11.40-12.00  
  12.00-13.20 LUNCH      
Symposium 27.3
Epidemiologic principles and methods
13.20-13.40   Using climate data to create prediction models for brucellosis prevalence in Pakistan Peter  Thomson
13.40-14.00   Correcting observer-dependent detection bias in citizen science data when modelling abundance Ravi Disasnayake
14.00-14.20   Comparison of spatiotempOral patterns of historic animal anthrax outbreaks in Minnesota and Kazakhstan  Kaushi Kanankege
14.20-14.40   Understanding spatial aspects of Mycobacterium bovis genetic diversity in a multi-host system Assel Akhmetova
14.40-15.00   Identification of high risk areas for avian influenza outbreaks in California using disease distribution models Jaber Belkhiria
  15.00-15.30 Coffee/Tea Break
Symposium 27.4
Epidemiologic principles and methods
15.30-15.50   Modeling the spatiotemporal dynamics of food-and-mouth disease during mass vaccination programs in India Umanga Gunasekera
15.50-16.10   Ecological Niche Modeling for Filoviruses: A Risk Map for Ebola and Marburg Virus Disease Outbreaks in Uganda Luke Nyakarahuka
16.10-16.30   Spatial epidemiology of cystic echinococcosis in Aysén region, Chile. Gerardo Acosta
16.10-17.00 Poster session IV
Chiangmai 4 Time   Topic First name Last name
Symposium 28.1
Epidemiologic studies in specific species/topics
9.30-9.50   The effect of infection with bovine corona virus on dairy milk shipped per cow per day Nils Fall
9.50-10.10   Evaluating the effects of neonatal immunity and other animal-level and herd-level risk factors on liver abscess incidence in Holstein steers raised on feedlots in California Wendi Jackson
  10.10-10.40 Coffee/Tea Break
Symposium 28.2
Epidemiologic studies in specific species/topics
10.40-11.00   Is bovine tuberculosis testing affecting Johne’s disease diagnostic results in cattle? A cross-sectional study in Spain. Catalina Picasso Risso
11.00-11.20   Postpartum Subacute Ruminal Acidosis (SARA) and Subclinical Ketosis (SCK) in dairy cattle: frequency and effects on postpartum anestrus incidence risk Julian Reyes
11.20-11.40   The epidemiology of seasonal fluctuations in colostrum yield in Jersey cattle Dale Moore
11.40-12.00   Impact of OS supplementation on preweaned dairy calf growth William Sischo
  12.00-13.20 LUNCH      
Symposium 28.3
Health policy and capacity building
13.20-13.40   The small ruminant market network in Afar Region, Ethiopia; implications for infectious disease transmission  Bryony Jones
13.40-14.00   An economic decision tool for crop cow-herd producers in Kansas under risk of bovine anaplasmosis Michael Apamaku
14.00-14.20   Assessing financial costs of production diseases to pig farms Jarkko Niemi
14.20-14.40   The economics of antimicrobial resistance in veterinary medicine: externality, futurity and globality Didier Raboisson
14.40-15.00   Cost of porcine reproductive and respiratory syndrome virus at individual farm level – An economic disease model Heiko Nathues
  15.00-15.30 Coffee/Tea Break
Symposium 28.4
Health policy and capacity building
15.30-15.50   Integrating Economics into Field Epidemiology Training for Veterinarians: Thailand’s experience Tosapol Dejyong
15.50-16.10   Predicting the future: arming decision-makers to interpret the results of a disease survey for trade sensitive diseases Rachel Iglesias
16.10-16.30   Comparative Analysis of the Financial Viability of Swine and Poultry Farms Using Conventional and Tunnel Ventilation Technology in the Philippines Ryan Cristil Real
  16.10-17.00 Poster session IV      
Chiangmai 5 Time   Topic First name Last name
Symposium 29.1
One health (animal-human-environment interface)
9.30-9.50   Emergence of a new Leptospira strain causes public health concerns Cord Heuer
9.50-10.10   One health approach to rabies management in Manitoba  Shauna Richards
  10.10-10.40 Coffee/Tea Break
Symposium 29.2
One health (animal-human-environment interface)
10.40-11.00   Prevalence of mental health outcomes in Canadian veterinarians Jennifer Perret
11.00-11.20   Developing a comparative conditional incidence to analyze relationships between local weather and Campylobacter infections in England and Wales Giovanni Lo Iacono
11.20-11.40   Biological and anthropogenic drivers for emerging zoonoses from an interdisciplinary perspective  Clazien J. De Vos
11.40-12.00   Risk factors and spatial cluster determination for non-typhoidal Salmonella spp. circulating in backyard production systems raising poultry and/or swine in central Chile. Raul Alegria-moran
  12.00-13.20 LUNCH      
Symposium 29.3
Epidemiologic principles and methods
13.20-13.40   Impact of African Swine Fever occurrence on international swine meat trade – 2012 to 2016  Serguei Brener
13.40-14.00   Spatial & tempOral patterns of the swine trade in Argentina from 2011 to 2016 using graph theory and network analysis. Jerome Baron
14.00-14.20   Contact networks between cattle herds: structure and contribution to bovine tuberculosis transmission  Benoit Durand
14.20-14.40   Social network analysis for determining cattle and poultry movement pattern in Lampung, West Java and Central Java Provinces in Indonesia Gunawan Setiaji
14.40-15.00   Livestock movement in northern Tanzania: exploiting routinely collected data to infer networks for infectious disease transmission and control Gemma Chaters
  15.00-15.30 Coffee/Tea Break
Symposium 29.4
Epidemiologic principles and methods
15.30-15.50   Social Network Analysis of Live Poultry Movements in The Province of Kerman, Southeast of Iran Nima Ghalekhani
15.50-16.10   Social-butterflies at the wildlife-livestock interface: disease-relevant variation in individual animal sociality Dannele Peck
Symposium 29.4
Health policy and capacity building
16.10-16.30   Application of exponential random graph models to determine nomadic herders’ movements in Senegal Jaber Belkhiria
16.10-17.00 Poster session IV
Pailin (Hotel) Time   Topic First name Last name
Symposium 30.1
Epidemiologic studies in specific species/topics
9.30-9.50   Seroprevalence of avian influenza (H9N2) in broiler chicken flocks in Iran Seyyed Jamal Emami
9.50-10.10   The transmission dynamics of campylobacter among broilers in semi-commercial farms Maria Inês Neves
  10.10-10.40 Coffee/Tea Break
Symposium 30.2
Epidemiologic studies in specific species/topics
10.40-11.00   A value chain approach to enhance avian influenza A(H7N9) detection in Myanmar informal trade areas  Damian Tago
11.00-11.20   Poultry trading networks in Bangladesh: implications for control and surveillance of avian influenza. Moyen Natalie
11.20-11.40   Prevalence and distribution of gastrointestinal helminths, and associated risk factors in small-scale chicken farms in the Mekong Delta of Vietnam Van Nguyen Thi Bich
11.40-12.00   Pen trial to evaluate effects of necrotic enteritis disease prevention antibiotics on antimicrobial resistance in broiler litter Randall Singer
  12.00-13.20 LUNCH      
Symposium 30.3
Epidemiologic studies in specific species/topics
13.20-13.40   Risk factors for race-day fatality in flat racing Thoroughbreds in Great Britain (2000 to 2013) Sarah Rosanowski
13.40-14.00   From scientific evidence to horse welfare: Understanding barriers and drivers to implementation of optimal horse-care practices Chantil Sinclair
14.00-14.20   Describing horse owners’ knowledge, awareness and perceptions of exotic diseases Kelsey Spence
14.20-14.40   Veterinarian and horse owner contact and horse health information delivery in Australia Kathrin Schemann
14.40-15.00   Inter-observer agreement in categorization of racehorse necropsy reports Ashley Hill
  15.00-15.30 Coffee/Tea Break
Symposium 30.4
Special section:  Our trend and future
15.30-15.50   Quantifying risk factors to strategically plan control strategies for digital dermatitis in dairy cattle Karin Orsel
15.50-16.10   Factors associated with piglet post-weaning mortality in a commercial system Eliana  Paladino
16.10-16.30   Risk factors for reproductive disorders and major infectious causes of abortion in sheep in the highlands of Ethiopia  Gezahegn Alemeyehu Ayalew
16.10-17.00 Poster session IV
Paytai (Hotel) Time   Topic First name Last name
Symposium 31.1
Health policy and capacity building
9.30-9.50   Application of biosecurity in veal calf farms Bert Damiaans
9.50-10.10   Development of a biosecurity evaluation tool for cattle: the BIOCHECK  Bert Damiaans
  10.10-10.40 Coffee/Tea Break
Symposium 31.2
Health policy and capacity building
10.40-11.00   Exploring management practices and attitudes towards biosecurity of small-scale poultry and pig keepers  Harriet Auty
11.00-11.20   Less is more: Learnings from a biosecurity expert elicitation exercise Petra Muellner
11.20-11.40   Identifying the characteristics of LBMs in the greater Jakarta area that reduce the risk of avian influenza transmission Yunita Widayati
11.40-12.00   The (in)efficacy of biosecurity trainings – from trainings to changing practices Damian Tago
  12.00-13.20 LUNCH      
Symposium 31.3
Special section:  Our trend and future
13.20-13.40   Epidemiological study to understand livestock trading network and identify the relationship between trading connectivity and the occurrence of Foot and Mouth Disease (FMD) outbreak in Myanmar Kyaw Naing Oo
13.40-14.00   Use of pooled milk for foot-and-mouth disease surveillance in different production systems Nick Lyons
14.00-14.20   Novel Insights into the evolutionary epidemiology of SAT1 and SAT2 Foot-and-Mouth Disease Virus in Eastern and Southern Africa Moh Alkhamis
14.20-14.40   The effects of a Foot-and-Mouth Disease outbreak on the fertility performance of a large scale dairy herd in Kenya Gemma Chaters
14.40-15.00   A sero-survey of foot and mouth disease (FMD) in cattle around Mana Pools Conservation Park of northern Zimbabwe Wilmot Chikurunhe
  15.00-15.30 Coffee/Tea Break
Symposium 31.4
Special section:  Our trend and future
15.30-15.50   Determinants of household-level FMD in endemic areas of Lao and Myanmar Nelly Marquetoux
15.50-16.10   SPREAD: A high-performance computing application for near-real time determination of the source of farm-to-farm transmission during foot-and-mouth disease epidemics Peter Durr
Symposium 31.4
Health policy and capacity building
16.10-16.30   Transboundary animal disease control: preparedness and hurdles in Europe  Marco De Nardi
  16.10-17.00 Poster session IV
Paitoon (Hotel) Time   Topic First name Last name
Symposium 32.1
Epidemiologic principles and methods
9.30-9.50   Mediation analysis concepts: To control for or not to control for? That is the question Ian Dohoo
9.50-10.10   Mediation analysis: A case-study Javier Sanchez
  10.10-10.40 Coffee/Tea Break
Symposium 32.2
Epidemiologic principles and methods
10.40-11.00   Machine learning tools for understanding mastitis epidemiology Syed Ali Naqvi
11.00-11.20   Full Model Selection with Regression Trees Marlène Tremblay
11.20-11.40   Estimation of market- and bird-level Newcastle disease (ND) prevalence from a complex sampling design Younjung Kim
11.40-12.00   A general method for performing sample size calculations with non-standard hypothesis tests:  an example application to the faecal egg count reduction test Matthew Denwood
  12.00-13.20 LUNCH      
Symposium 32.3
Epidemiologic principles and methods
13.20-13.40   Data cleaning; is it time to stop sweeping it under the carpet? Novel methods for epidemiological studies. Charlotte Woolley
13.40-14.00   Impact of imperfect disease detectability on identification of epidemiological risk factors  Timothée Vergne
14.00-14.20   A piecewise linear mixed model to assess the effect of Hendra virus vaccination on horse racing performance Kathrin Schemann
Symposium 32.3
Health policy and capacity building
14.20-14.40   Impacts of climate change on facial eczema spore counts in New Zealand Masako Wada
Symposium 32.3
One health (animal-human-environment interface)
14.40-15.00   Cross-sectional study of Crimean-Congo haemorrhagic fever seroprevalence in sheep and farmers in Bulgaria: understanding and preparing the ground for a vaccine efficacy study Georgina Limon
  15.00-15.30 Coffee/Tea Break
Symposium 32.4
Health policy and capacity building
15.30-15.50   A Qualitative risk assessment for re-introduction of rabies into rabies-free areas of Bhutan Sangay Rinchen
15.50-16.10   Spatial risk analysis of Avian Influenza in the French West Indies and French Guiana Secretariat Caribvet
16.10-16.30  
  16.10-17.00 Poster session IV
DAY 5: Friday 16 November 2018
Grand Hall Time Session Topic First name Last name
8.30-9.20 Keynote lecture
Chiangmai 1 Time   Topic First name Last name
Symposium 33.1
Health policy and capacity building
9.30-9.50   Surveillance without intervention: Is there a value? Katharina D.C. Stärk
9.50-10.10   An evaluation matrix for One Health surveillance systems – Application to the surveillance of antibiotic resistance in Vietnam. Marion Bordier
  10.10-10.40 Coffee/Tea Break
Symposium 33.2
Health policy and capacity building
10.40-11.00   Quantitative evaluation of the Scottish and Welsh surveillance systems for bovine Brucellosis  Alessandro Foddai
11.00-11.20   Companion animal infectious disease surveillance: how much is enough? Michael Ward
11.20-11.40   Achieving an optimal surveillance portfolio for zoonoses in West Africa – the Ebola Example Roger Morris
11.40-12.00   Association of Fasciola gigantica co-infection with bovine tuberculosis infection and diagnosis in a naturally infected cattle population in Africa Mark Bronsvoort
  12.00-13.20 LUNCH      
Symposium 33.3
Special section:  Our trend and future
13.20-13.40   Implementation of a spatial data warehouse for avian influenza response Nicola Ferre’
13.40-14.00   Farm management and environmental village level factors influencing avian influenza circulation on backyard and commercial chicken farms in Bangladesh Suman Das Gupta
14.00-14.20   Density of wild birds is associated with risk of highly pathogenic avian influenza virus (H5N8) introduction into poultry farms Arjan Stegeman
14.20-14.40   Optimising the surveillance of avian influenza viruses in live-bird markets  Timothée Vergne
14.40-15.00   Bioaerosol Sampling to Detect Avian Influenza Virus in
Hanoi’s Largest Live Poultry Market
Hung Nguyen-Viet
  15.00-15.30 Coffee/Tea Break
Chiangmai 2 Time   Topic First name Last name
Symposium 34.1
One health (animal-human-environment interface)
9.30-9.50   Antimicrobial usage and resistance surveillance strategies for developing countries Angus Cameron
9.50-10.10   Harmonisation of data collection on knowledge, attitude and practices of antimicrobial use in livestock production Barbara Wieland
  10.10-10.40 Coffee/Tea Break
Symposium 34.2
One health (animal-human-environment interface)
10.40-11.00   Antimicrobial resistance in urban mesocarnivores Katherine Worsley-tonks
11.00-11.20   Assessing the transmission dynamics of antimicrobial resistant Salmonella Heidelberg in Canadian poultry production using draft genome sequence data Benjamin  Hetman
11.20-11.40   Characterisation of relatedness and antibiotic resistance patterns of Escherichia coli isolated from humans and livestock in Nairobi, Kenya, by whole genome sequencing  Dishon Muloi
11.40-12.00   Antibiotic Resistant Campylobacter spp. isolated from domestic and peri-domestic animals in an endemic rural community of the Peruvian Amazon Francesca Schiaffino
  12.00-13.20 LUNCH      
Symposium 34.3
One health (animal-human-environment interface)
13.20-13.40   Urban Wildlife and the Epidemiology of Antimicrobial Resistance in Nairobi James Hassell
13.40-14.00   Application of a new One Health evaluation framework to two research initiatives addressing antimicrobial resistance and obesity Liza Rosenbaum Nielsen
14.00-14.20   Fecal E. coli AMR increases in mixed beef-poultry operations Pamela Woods
14.20-14.40   A Review of Veterinary Practices and Antimicrobial Resistance (AMR) in Zambia  Raymond Hamoonga
14.40-15.00   A European cross-sectional study identified positive associations between antimicrobial usage and resistance in broiler farms Jeroen Dewulf
  15.00-15.30 Coffee/Tea Break
Chiangmai 3 Time   Topic First name Last name
Symposium 35.1
Epidemiologic principles and methods
9.30-9.50   Assessment of within-herd transmission of pathogenic Leptospira by a structured-age multi host model Gustavo Monti
9.50-10.10   Evaluating the impact of zoning in Norwegian aquaculture on farmed salmon sea lice populations Henrik Stryhn
  10.10-10.40 Coffee/Tea Break
Symposium 35.2
Epidemiologic principles and methods
10.40-11.00   Comparison of transmission characteristics of a US non-InDel and a French InDel strain of porcine epidemic diarrhea virus (PEDV) Nicolas Rose
11.00-11.20   Big Models for Big Data – exploiting the network of cattle movements in Great Britain to understand a complex multi-host pathogen system Rowland Kao
11.20-11.40   Modelling spread and surveillance of Mycobacterium avium subsp. paratuberculosis over 12 years of Swedish cattle trade network events                     Thomas Rosendal
11.40-12.00   Improving herd-level bovine tuberculosis breakdown predictions in GB cattle by applying machine learning methods Kajetan Stanski
  12.00-13.20 LUNCH      
Symposium 35.3
Epidemiologic principles and methods
13.20-13.40   Epidemiological study to understand the perception and practice of local livestock farmers on Foot and Mouth Disease and Newcastle disease (ND) vaccination by using adapted Health Belief Modelling Approach Tu Tu Zaw Win
13.40-14.00   How to release Cyprinid herpesvirus 3 (CyHV-3) to control invasive common carp (Cyprinus carpio) in southeast Australia – a Big Data integration approach Peter Durr
14.00-14.20   Evaluation of the best vaccination and control strategies for classical swine fever in Peru using a spatial-explicit simulation disease spread model Esther Kukielka
14.20-14.40   Simulation-based decision support tool for planning control strategies of Classical Swine Fever in Japan Yoko Hayama
14.40-15.00   Detection of BVD herd management changes using model-based clustering of BVD antibody dynamics Jude Eze
  15.00-15.30 Coffee/Tea Break
Chiangmai 4 Time   Topic First name Last name
Symposium 36.1
Epidemiologic principles and methods
9.30-9.50   Effect of sample handling on the detection of PRRSV in Oral fluids by real-time quantitative reverse transcription polymerase chain reaction (qRT-PCR) Korakrit Poonsuk
9.50-10.10   Detection of porcine epidemic diarrhea virus (PEDV) antibodies in meat juice specimens using PEDV enzyme-linked immunosorbent assay (ELISA) Korakrit Poonsuk
  10.10-10.40 Coffee/Tea Break
Symposium 36.2
Epidemiologic principles and methods
10.40-11.00   Oral fluid specimens can be clarified ("cleaned up") without affecting porcine epidemic diarrhea virus (PEDV) isotype-specific (IgG, IgA) ELISA responses Korakrit Poonsuk
11.00-11.20   Evaluation of three serological tests for diagnosis of bovine brucellosis in Pakistan using Bayesian latent class analysis Shumaila  Arif
11.20-11.40   Validation of a field-friendly capsule-staining technique for detecting Bacillus anthracis in animal samples Rhoda Aminu
11.40-12.00   Evaluation of sampling strategies for herd level freedom from salmonella in Swedish cattle herds Jenny Frössling
  12.00-13.20 LUNCH      
Symposium 36.3
Epidemiologic principles and methods
13.20-13.40   Diagnostic performance of direct and indirect methods for assessing failure of transfer of passive immunity in dairy calves using latent class analysis Ibrahim Elsohaby
13.40-14.00   Sensitivity and specificity of clinical diagnoses for HPAI and ND in chickens in West and Central Java Christine Jost
14.00-14.20   Validation of an indirect immunoperoxidase test for rabies virus in domestic and wildlife species in South Africa Didi Janse Van Rensburg
14.20-14.40   Sensitivity and specificity of fecal culture in liquid medium to detect paratuberculosis infections in Québec dairy herds, using a hierarchical Bayesian latent class model Juan Carlos Arango Sabogal
14.40-15.00   A novel method to perform antigenic vaccine matching for foot-and-mouth disease in absence of the homologous virus Mohamed Sirdar Issa Adam
  15.00-15.30 Coffee/Tea Break
Chiangmai 5 Time   Topic First name Last name
Symposium 37.1
One health (animal-human-environment interface)
9.30-9.50   Clostridium difficile on Ohio (USA) swine farms: A comparison of swine and human environments and assessment of on-farm risk factors Jason Stull
9.50-10.10   Analysis of socio-economic factors associated with voluntary rabies control measures in Vietnam Hazumu Kadowaki
  10.10-10.40 Coffee/Tea Break
Symposium 37.2
One health (animal-human-environment interface)
10.40-11.00   Seroprevalence and risk factors for human brucellosis in agro-pastOral areas in Morogoro Region, Tanzania Shingo Asakura
11.00-11.20   Using participatory approaches to investigate the drivers, attitudes and communication networks for improving the management of zoonotic diseases among smallholder farmers in Pakistan Shumaila  Arif
11.20-11.40   Zoonotic brucellosis at the cattle-human-farm interface: a Veterinary Public Health opportunity, Gauteng, 2016 Krpasha Govindasamy
11.40-12.00   Anthrax: a striking example of the impact of neglected zoonotic diseases Taya Forde
  12.00-13.20 LUNCH      
Symposium 37.3
One health (animal-human-environment interface)
13.20-13.40   Understanding poultry farmer outbreak behaviour in Vietnam through the combined use of behavioural games and semi-structured interviews Marianne Carson
13.40-14.00   What influences livestock farmers and traders to adopt behaviours to reduce zoonotic disease transmission from livestock in Myanmar?

Tu Tu Zaw Win
14.00-14.20   Modelling the probability of introduction and establishment of Salmonella subtypes of biosecurity concern in Australia through beef imports Marta Hernandez-Jover
14.20-14.40   Risk factors of human cystic echinococcosis in urban areas of Aysén region in Chile Gerardo Acosta
14.40-15.00   Brucellosis exposure among animal health workers in India: Risk factors and identification of hotspots for bovine brucellosis Navneet Dhand
  15.00-15.30 Coffee/Tea Break
Pailin (Hotel) Time   Topic First name Last name
Symposium 38.1
Epidemiologic studies in specific species/topics
9.30-9.50   Phylogenetic group and serotype of E. coli isolates as important risk factors affecting intensity of colibacillosis in broilers Renu Gupta
9.50-10.10   Avian influenza A (H5N1) outbreaks in different poultry farm types in Egypt: the effect of vaccination, closing status and farm size Jean Artois
  10.10-10.40 Coffee/Tea Break
Symposium 38.2
Epidemiologic studies in specific species/topics
10.40-11.00   Broiler slaughterhouse condemnation: Association rules mining of co-morbidities for decision making and surveillance in broiler production. Svetlana Buzdugan
11.00-11.20   Characterization of commercial and non-commercial poultry systems in Purbalingga, Java, Indonesia  MM Hidayat
11.20-11.40   Prevalence and risk factors of avian influenza H9N2 among backyard birds in Iran Mohammad Hasan Rabiee
11.40-12.00   H9 antibody characteristics in broiler farms, Iran: a single cohort study Kamran Mirzaie
  12.00-13.20 LUNCH      
Symposium 38.3
Health policy and capacity building
13.20-13.40   Landscape and vegetation data on different scales and the number of wild boar abundance Carola Sauter-Louis
13.40-14.00   Seroepidemiological survey for acute Q fever antibodies and risk factors among patients with febrile conSero – epidemiological survey for acute Q fever antibodies and risk factors among patients with febrile condition in two hospitals in Busia Countydition in two hospitals in Busia County Maurice Karani
14.00-14.20   Effect of Habitat Modification on Risk of Scrub Typhus, An Emerging Infectious Disease in Bhutan Tandin  Zangpo
14.20-14.40   A pilot study of the prevalence of Q fever in cattle, sheep and goats in Victoria, Australia Tabita Tan
Symposium 38.3
Special section:  Our trend and future
14.40-15.00   Developing sensible and sensitive policy: rabies response in northern Australian Indigenous communities Michael Ward
  15.00-15.30 Coffee/Tea Break
Paytai (Hotel) Time   Topic First name Last name
Symposium 39.1
Health policy and capacity building
9.30-9.50   Implementation of biosecurity on equestrian premises in Great Britain Caroline Hodgkinson
9.50-10.10   Attitudes towards equine biosecurity among horse owners in Great Britain Caroline Hodgkinson
  10.10-10.40 Coffee/Tea Break
Symposium 39.2
Health policy and capacity building
10.40-11.00   Biocheck.UGent: A risk based tool to quantify the level of biosecurity Merel Postma
11.00-11.20   Reducing Antibiotic Use in Layer Farms by Implementing 3-Zone Biosecurity Alfred Kompudu
11.20-11.40   The effect on knowledge, attitudes and personality traits on biosecurity compliance in French duck farms following a HPAI crisis Mattias Delpont
11.40-12.00   Understanding farmer behaviour: role of personality, emotions, perceptions, rewards and sanctions  Jasmeet Kaler
  12.00-13.20 LUNCH      
Symposium 39.3
Epidemiologic studies in specific species/topics
13.20-13.40   Modelling temporal dynamics of culicoides populations on Reunion Island (Indian Ocean) vectors of viruses of veterinary importance Claire Garros
13.40-14.00   Estimating force of infection of Rift Valley fever virus in an endemic area of South Africa using reversible catalytic models Peter Thompson
14.00-14.20   High seroprevalence and seroconversion rate to Rift Valley fever virus in an endemic area in the absence of outbreaks  Peter Thompson
14.20-14.40   Epidemiology and Economic Impact of Anaplasmosis in Southern Illinois Beef Cattle Yvette Johnson-Walker
Symposium 39.3
Special section:  Our trend and future
14.40-15.00   Global eradication of lumpy skin disease – Yes, we can! Eyal Klement
  15.00-15.30 Coffee/Tea Break
Paitoon (Hotel) Time   Topic First name Last name
Symposium 40.1
Epidemiologic principles and methods
9.30-9.50   Molecular epidemiology, associated risk factors, and phylogenetic analysis of anaplasmosis in camel population of Punjab Pakistan Muhammad Ijaz
9.50-10.10   Molecular Epidemiology of a novel re-assorted epidemic strain of equine influenza virus in Pakistan in 2015-16 Amjad Khan
  10.10-10.40 Coffee/Tea Break
Symposium 40.2
Epidemiologic principles and methods
10.40-11.00   Rabies virus degenerates neuronal cytoskeleton by down-regulating gene expression of GTPases and synapse related protein Waqas Ahmad
11.00-11.20   Social network analysis in the genomic era: untangling the complex relationship between host population contact structure and disease transmission dynamics Sabrina Greening
11.20-11.40   Optimizing strategies for sampling pathogens in contact networks to make phylodynamic inferences  Arata Hidano
11.40-12.00   Investigating potential cases of vaccine failure against Erysipelothrix rhusiopathiae in swine in the UK through comparative genomics Taya Forde
  12.00-13.20 LUNCH      
Symposium 40.3
Epidemiologic principles and methods
13.20-13.40   Understanding the emergence and evolution of Mycobacterium bovis in Michigan, USA  Liliana Salvador
13.40-14.00   Molecular Epidemiology of Newcastle Disease, Avian Infectious Bronchitis and Avian Influenza (H9N2) in Iran, 2017: An Update and Comprehensive Data Arash Ghalyanchilangeroudi
Symposium 40.3
Health policy and capacity building
14.00-14.20   Impact of avian influenza outbreak on chicken demand in the Philippines Lary Nel Abao
14.20-14.40   Linking supply chain governance, biosecurity, and epidemiology in the context of HPAI control in Western Java: A value chain perspective  Dikky Indrawan
Symposium 40.3
Special section:  Our trend and future
14.40-15.00   Rabies and animal bites in in IR of Iran: Health and Economic impacts  Hesameddin Akbarein
  15.00-15.30 Coffee/Tea Break



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