Pre and Post Symposium Workshop

Topic Speaker Dates Fee (USD)
Utilization of the blockchain technology in veterinary medicine Veikko Tuovinen 11 November 2018 TBC
Introduction to network analysis and network data visualization for veterinary epidemiology using open access tools Dr. Beatriz Martínez López
Dr. Esther Kukielka
Dr. Jerome Baron
Dr. Gema Vidal
Dr. Kyuyoung Lee
11 November 2018 For student: $ 200

For delegate: $ 250

Wildlife Disease Outbreak Investigation Dr. Jonathan Sleeman
Assoc. Prof. Dr. Parntep Ratanakorn
Asst. Prof. Dr. Witthawat Wiriyarat
Asst. Prof. Dr. Anuwat Wiratsudakul
Dr. Sarin Suwanpakdee
11 November 2018 $195 US for regular registrants and $95 US for students
Basic R Programming for Vets Beatriz Vidondo 10-11 November 2018 500USD for students and 600USD for delegates
Modeling food safety and animal health risks using R Dr. Solenne Costard, Dr. Huybert Groenendaal, Dr. Francisco J. Zagmutt 17-18 November 2018 students: US$650
-non-student: US$800
Intelligent use of digital health data for surveillance: the case for ontologies Fernanda C. Dórea
Crawford Revie
17-18 November 2018 500-600
Risk Analysis for animal health: From planning to communication Assoc. Prof Marta Hernandez-Jover
Dr. Jennifer Manyweathers 
17-18 November 2018 400-475
CONNECTING DATA WITH PEOPLE   Dr Uli Muellner, EPI-interactive
Dr Christina Ahlstrom, EPI-interactive, Alaska Science Center
Geoffrey Longuet, EPI-interactive
Prof Kimberly VanderWaal 
17-19 November 2018 • Student: US$ 725
• Delegate: US$ 825
Practical approaches to developing and improving antimicrobial usage and resistance surveillance systems   Prof. Shabbir Simjee
Dr Jaap Wagenaar
Dr Angus Cameron
Dr Emma Zalcman 
17-19 November 2018 600USD
A hands-on workshop on network analysis and modelling for epidemiologists Guillaume Fournie
Dirk Pfeiffer
Susanne Pfeiffer
17-19 November 2018 student: $650
non-student: $800
A practical guide to Syndromic Surveillance for Animal Health · John Berezowski: Veterinary Public Health Institute, University of Bern, Switzerland
· Céline Faverjon: Veterinary Public Health Institute, University of Bern, Switzerland
· Laura Falzon: Institute of Infection and Global Health, University of Liverpool, United Kingdom
· Fernanda Dorea: Department of Disease Control and Epidemiology, National veterinary Institute, Sweden
17-19 November 2018 TBC
Bioinformatics for surveillance – a One health perspective Dr Peter Durr
Dr Kim Halpin 
17-19 November 2018 600
Evaluation of surveillance systems: principles and methods Marisa Peyre
Flavie Goutard
17-19 November 2018 TBC
Interpretation and Validation of Diagnostic Tests in Veterinary Science Mark Stevenson (The University of Melbourne), Simon Firestone (The University of Melbourne), Geoff Jones and Cord Heuer (Massey University), Ian Gardner (The University of Prince Edward Island) and Axel Colling (The Australian Animal Health Laboratory/CSIRO).  17-19 November 2018 750
Foundations in Infectious Disease Modelling Carolyn Gates (Massey University)
Cord Heuer (Massey University)
17-19 November 2018 700
Regional animal health surveillance: best practice and recent innovations Jonathan Happold (Ausvet)
Edwina Leslie (Ausvet)
Catriona Mackenzie (Ausvet)
Ben Madin (Ausvet)
Anne Meyer (Ausvet)
Ronello Abila (OIE Regional office, Bangkok)
17-19 November 2018 600
Bacterial genomic epidemiology: making sense of the sequences Taya Forde
Christina Ahlstrom
10-11 November 2018 TBC
One Health applications of novel diagnostic tools to epidemiological principles. Dr Amy Burroughs
Dr Brendan Cowled
Dr Charles Caraguel
10-11 November 2018 500
‘Epidemiological study design and analysis using EpiTools’  Jonathan Happold
Edwina Leslie
Jenny Hutchison 
10-11 November 2018 500
Mathematical and Epidemiological modeling of infectious diseases – a hands-on workshop Dr. Yrjö T. Gröhn
Dr. Renata Ivanek 
10-11 November 2018 Registration fee $390 until May 31, $450 until June 30, and $490 after June 30  until the maximum number of participants is reached
Interventions to reduce antimicrobial use and antimicrobial resistance in smallholder farming systems: implementation and impact • Juan J Carrique-Mas, Oxford University Clinical Research Unit, Vietnam
• Jonathan Rushton, University of Liverpool, UK
• Lucy Coyne, University of Liverpool, UK
• Bao Dinh Truong, Nong Lam University, Vietnam
• Erry Setyawan, Poultry Health Advisor, FAO, Indonesia
• Marc Choisy (MIVEGEC, IRD, CNRS, University of Montpellier)
10-11 November 2018 150
Introduction to parameter inference of infectious disease dynamics Anton Camacho
Guillaume Fournié
Timothée Vergne
10-11 November 2018 450 USD for PhD students and 600 USD for scientists
Monitoring of antimicrobial usage and translating results into action Prof. Jeroen Dewulf
Prof. Katharina Stärk
Dr. Barbara Wieland
Dr Jorge Pinto Ferreira
10-11 November 2018 350

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