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Dernière mise à jour : Mai 2018

Facing future challenges in One Health, now!

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What is this day ?

This one-day international conference aims to bring together students and young professionals with top-researchers and professionals that are working on the development and implementation of integrated approaches to address current global health problems.

Aim of  this event

The One Health Concept, which advocates for an intersectoral and multidisciplinary approach to addressing complex health issues, has gained widespread acceptance and support. However, despite its popularity, challenges remain in having a well-defined structure, specific collaborations, and actionable measures at local, national, and international levels.

Education, training, and research are essential in transforming this multi-faceted concept into tangible actions. These three components are fundamental, and this is why this year, the second edition of the Infectious Diseases and One Health (IDOH) day is dedicated to the future of One Health. We will explore how to gain ground on an integrated approach to prevent and control zoonotic pathogens and ensure a holistic vision of Health.

Together, let’s educate and train the next generation of One Health experts!

Our Audience:

Students, researchers and professionals from Biological and Health sciences areas.

Meet our partners:

We currently have the support for the organisation of the event and financial sponsorship from:

  • Fédération de Recherche en Infectiologie (FéRI) - région Centre Val de Loire
  • Institute National de Recherche pour l’agriculture, l’alimentation et l’environnement (INRAe) - Centre Val-de-Loire

Other parties supporting the organisation:

  • Université de Tours (UT) - Faculté de Pharmacie Philippe Maupas
  • Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona (UAB)
  • Medizinische Hochschule Hannover (MHH)
  • University of Edinburgh (UoE)

Watch the 1st IDOH Day

In our Past Event section.

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To remember

  • Date
    01/09/2023

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  • Place
    Amphithéâtre Varvoux
  • Registration
    From 25 April 2023 to 16 August 2023
  • Submission
    From 2 May 2023 to 7 July 2023
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Guests

Thierry Lefrançois

Head of Biological Systems Department

CIRAD

Stef Bronzwaer

Research Coordinator

European Food Safety Authority (EFSA)