ISESSAH-InnovSur 2018

14-18 May 2018 - SupAgro Montpellier - France

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Thursday 17 May

InnovSur 2018 - PROGRAM


Hall d’Honneur (Bât. 9)Registration and Welcome coffee

Parallel Sessions

Amphi. Lamour (Bât. 9)SESSION 3 - Surveillance design and big data

Chairs: P. Hendrikx (ANSES, France) and V.-J. Del Rio Vilas (University of Surrey, UK)


Keynote session 3
Syndromic surveillance, big data, you and me!
L. Josseran (Université de Versailles St-Quentin/Hôpital Raymond Poincaré APHP, France)


Selected oral presentations

  • S3-OC34 - Field implementation of a syndromic surveillance in animal health: feedback of the five-year pilot French experience with OMAR
    C. Sala (ANSES, France)
  • S3-OC35 - Complex System Methods for Animal Health Surveillance
    J. Berezowski (University of Bern, Switzerland)
  • S3-OC36 - Spatiotemporal joint models towards integrated zoonoses surveillance: applications to tularemia in Finland and visceral leishmaniasis in Brazil
    V.-J. Del Rio Vilas (University of Surrey, UK)
  • S3-OC37 - ISIKHNAS surveillance system: more than just a digital surveillance system
    Dr. M. M. Hidayat (Ministry of Agriculture-Directorate General of Livestock and Animal Health Services, Indonesia)


Selected short oral presentations

  • S3-SO26 - Integrating surveillance systems within an animal industry: an approach based on a combination of evaluation methods and a stakeholders participatory workshop
    J.-P. Amat (ANSES, France)
  • S3-SO27 - Antimicrobial usage surveillance of cattle in Indonesia to address antimicrobial resistance
    H. Yusuf (University of Airlangga, Indonesia)


Amphi. 206 (Bât. 9)SESSION 4 - Surveillance of Vectors & VBDs

Chairs: T. Baldet (Cirad, France) and D. Roiz (IRD, France)


Keynote session 4
Vector-borne disease intelligence: strategies to deal with disease burden and threats

M. Braks (National Institute of Public Health, The Netherlands)


Selected oral presentations

  • S4-OC38 - Surveillance of ticks & tick-borne diseases in Europe: Ixodes ricinus transmitted pathogens
    A.-P. Rizzoli (Fondazione Edmund Mach, Italy)
  • S4-OC39 - Surveillance of invasive Culicoides in Europe: Lessons from the Past and Ideas for the Future
    S. Carpenter (IAH, UK)
  • S4-OC40 - Mosquito Alert: three years tracking disease-vector mosquitoes in Spain with the help of citizen science
    F. Bartumeus (CEAB-CSIC, Spain)
  • S4-OC41 - Aedes Mosquito-borne diseases surveillance in West Africa : challenges & recommendations
    M. Diallo (Institut Pasteur, Senegal)


Selected short oral presentations

  • S4-SO28 - Assessment of arbovirus transmission risk based on Stegomyia indices in cities of Burkina Faso, West Africa located on a railway transect
    K. R. Dabire (IRSS/Centre Muraz, Burkina Faso)
  • S4-SO29 - Monitoring seasonality of Aedes albopictus eggs in North and South Coast of Albania during 2015
    V. Jani (Institute of Public Health, Albania)
  • S4-SO30 - Four years of malaria entomological surveillance in sentinel site of the northern region of Cameroon
    R. Tabue Ngomdjum (National Malaria Control Program MoH, Cameroon)
  • S4-SO31 - Potential of Aedes albopictus as bridge vector at urban-forest interface in Brazil
    T. Pereira dos Santos (IRD, Brasil)

Hall d’Honneur (Bât. 9)Coffee break - Visit of exhibition - Poster session

Parallel Sessions

Brainstorming session 3, needs and gaps in innovation related to :
Surveillance design and big data


Brainstorming session 4, needs and gaps in innovation related to :
Surveillance of Vectors & VBDs


Espace Platanes (Bât. 9)Lunch

Hall d’Honneur (Bât. 9)Visit of exhibition - Poster session


Field trip to Camargue’s Regional Natural Park


Official Gala Dinner InnovSur (Camargue)