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Modelling in Animal Health conference - ModAH 2021

27/05/2021 - 07/10/2021
Type d'événement ou fait marquant: 
Evénement

4 half-day webinars in 2021

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We are pleased to announce the 2nd international scientific conference dedicated to modelling in animal health to be held through four half-day webinars. This event will bring together scientists from all over the world around one theme, in order to open new avenues of research and international collaborations.

Four keynotes are planned at this conference:

   Simon Dellicour, Univ. Libre Brussels, Belgium - "Landscape phylogeography - Using viral gene sequences to compare and explain the heterogeneous spatial dynamics of virus epidemics" - 27th May 2021 8.45am-1.15pm (CET)
   Emmanuelle Gilot-Fromont, VetAgroSup Lyon, France - Theme: "Managers' expectations of models for health issues at the wildlife-livestock interface" - 2nd July 2021 8.45am-1.15pm (CET)
   Christl Donnelly, University of Oxford & Imperial College London, UK - Theme: "Statistics and animal epidemiology: challenges and new horizons" - 16th September 2021 8.45am-1.15pm (CET)
   Carolyn Gates, Massey Uni., New Zealand, - Theme: "Control strategy evaluation using a modelling approach" - 7thOct. 2021 8.45am-1.30pm (CET)

Veterinary Research will welcome the submission of papers presented at ModAH² in a dedicated series. More information on the submission page.

 

Nous sommes heureux d'organiser la 2ème conférence scientifique internationale consacrée à la modélisation en santé animale. Cet événement aura lieu entièrement en webinaires lors de 4 demi-journées dédiées chacune à un thème. Il rassemblera des scientifiques du monde entier pour ouvrir de nouvelles pistes de recherches et de collaborations internationales. Les sessions couvriront notamment la modélisation intra-hôte de la réponse immunitaire à l'infection, les modèles en génomique et en phylodynamique, les réseaux et les modèles épidémiologiques à large échelle, les interfaces faune domestique / faune sauvage, et l'utilisation de modèles pour évaluer des stratégies de maîtrise.

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  • If you do not submit an abstract, click on "Registration".
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  • The webinars will be free, but registration is required to provide you with the connexion information.

Registration: FREE