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Annual ECSRHM Conference Warsaw 11.05.2019

 

 

ECSRHM

 

Annual ECSRHM Conference Warsaw 2019

11.05.2019

 

Registration for the conference is closed. You can always contact the Organizing committee (jaroslaw_kaba@sggw.pl).

 

Conference venue

The conference will take place at the Faculty of Veterinary Medicine, Warsaw University of Life Sciences (SGGW), ul Nowoursynowska 159, 02-776 Warsaw, building 23 hall 2.

 

From the airport and recommended hotels, you can get to the Warsaw University of Life Sciences (SGGW) campus directly by bus 148 (bus stop "Ciszewskiego").

 

The campus map is at the bottom of the page.


 

The nearest airport is the Warsaw Frederic Chopin airport.

Pleace notice that Warsaw-Modlin airport is located app. 50 km from the Faculty of Veterinary Medicine.

 

Fees

conference fee - 80 EURO (participation in a conference, coffee breaks, lunch)

entertainment fee - 70 EURO (guided tours of Warsaw and Palace of Culture and Science, dinner, bus transfer to hotels: Holiday Inn Express Warsaw Airport, Best Western Hotel Poleczki and Warsaw Plaza Hotel)

 

Payment

Only by bank trasfers to:

Polskie Towarzystwo Nauk Weterynaryjnych

address: Nowoursynowska 159C p. 63, 02-776 Warszawa, Poland

 

Bank details:

SWIFT/BIC: BIGBPLPW

IBAN: PL 81 1160 2202 0000 0000 5515 6747

Bank Millennium SA

ul. Stanislawa Zaryna 2A

02-593 Warszawa

Poland

 

 

Accomodation

Please book your accomodation yourself. Please note that the number of places in hotels is limited and prices may rise in May. We advise to make hotel reservation in advance - as soon as possible.

Recommended hotels (convenient access by public transport buy bus 148 from airport - bus stop Holubcowa and to Faculty of Veterinary Medicine - travel time to both places app. 15 min) are:

 

  • Holiday Inn Express Warsaw Airport
  • Best Western Hotel Poleczki reservation by e-mail a.blaszkiewicz@hotelpoleczki  booking code: ECSRHM
  • Warsaw Plaza Hotel

To get from Chopin Airport to hotels take bus 148 and leave at Holubcowa stop (ap. 15 min trip).
From the same stop the same bus will take you to the Veterinary Faculty - Ciszewskiego stop (ap. 15 min trip).
Contact
If you have any questions, please contact jaroslaw_kaba@sggw.pl


 

FINAL PROGRAM OF THE CONFERENCE

 

11.05.2019

 

8:00 – 8:45 REGISTRATION OF PARTICIPANTS

8:45 – 9:00 OPENING ADDRESS

9:00 – 11:10 SESSION I

moderator – Dr. Michał Czopowicz

9:00

CONTRIBUTION IN DIFFERENTIAL DIAGNOSIS OF CHRONIC PROLIFERATIVE RHINITIS ASSOCIATED WITH SALMONELLA ENTERICA SUBSP. DIARIZONAE (IIIB; SED) IN SHEEP

Evangelia D. Apostolidi

9:10

ATYPICAL PNEUMONIA IN ICELAND

Björn Steinbjörnson

9:20

GENOTYPING OF COXIELLA BURNETII ORIGINATING FROM SMALL RUMINANT FLOCKS

Benjamin U. Bauer

9:30

INVESTIGATION UPON THE BRUCELLA SPECIES DETECTED IN TISSUES OF ABORTED FETUSES AND SLAUGHTERED SEROPOSITIVE RUMINANTS IN GREECE

Evanthia Petridou

9:40

MOLECULAR EVIDENCE FOR THE PRESENCE OF ANAPLASMA PHAGOCYTOPHILUM IN ABORTED GOAT KID FETUSES AND PLACENTA

Nektarios D. Giadinis

9:50

EPIDEMIOLOGY OF PESTIVIRUS INFECTION IN GOATS IN POLAND

Adrian-Valentin Potârniche

10:00

FLOCK LEVEL ANTIBIOTIC USAGE IN UK SHEEP FLOCKS

Fiona Lovatt

10:10

ANTIMICROBIAL RESISTANCE OF TRUEPERELLA PYOGENES STRAINS ISOLATED FROM GOATS IN POLAND

Ewelina Kwiecień

10:20

LAMINITIS IN A DAIRY GOAT HERD ON A LOW FORAGE DIET; POST MORTEM RESULTS

Margit Groenevelt

10:30

IMMUNE PROFILE OF LAMBS DURING THE FATTENING PERIOD IN FEEDLOTS

Aurora Ortín

10:40

ACUTE PHASE RESPONSE AND CONCENTRATIONS OF IRON IN SERUM – A COMMON RISK OF MISINTERPRETATION

Esther Humann-Ziehank

10:50

ANAPLASMA PHAGOCYTOPHILUM MEMBRANE PROTEINS ASP14 AND OMPA – A VACCINE TRIAL IN SHEEP

Erik G. Granquist

11:00

SALMONELLOSIS IN DAIRY GOAT KIDS: RESULTS OF A FOLLOW-UP STUDY

René Van den Brom

 

 

11:10 – 11:20 COFFEE BREAK

11:20 – 12:50 SESSION II

moderator – Dr. Katja Voigt

11:20

INCIDENCE, POSSIBLE RISK FACTORS AND THERAPIES FOR PSEUDOPREGNANCY ON DUTCH DAIRY GOAT FARMS: A CROSS-SECTIONAL STUDY

René Van den Brom

11:30

REPRODUCTIVE MANAGEMENT OF INTENSIVELY REARED DAIRY EWES IN GREECE

Stergios Priskas

11:40

SOMATIC CELL COUNT AS A TOOL TO CONTROL SUBCLINICAL MASTITIS IN SERRANA GOATS

Hélder Quintas

11:50

MILK AMYLOID A AS A TOOL TO MONITORING UDDER HEALTH IN SERRANA GOATS

Hélder Quintas

12:00

IMPACT OF HARD TICKS (IXODIDAE) INFESTATION ON MILK PRODUCTION AND UDDER HEALTH OF DAIRY GOATS IN LOW-INPUT PASTORAL FARMING SYSTEMS IN GREECE

Sotiria Vouraki

12:10

FACTORS AFFECTING XYLAZINE-KETAMINE FIELD ANAESTHESIA OF GOAT KIDS FOR DISBUDDING

James Patrick Crilly

12:20

THERMAL DISBUDDING IN GOAT KIDS: CURRENT PRACTICE, COMPLICATIONS AND CONSIDERATIONS

Mark van der Heijden

12:30

FOREIGN BODY IN THE RUMEN OF A GOAT – A CLINICAL CASE REPORT

Lucie Marie Grimm

12:40

OCULAR DISEASES IN SHEEP – AN OVERVIEW

Johanna Maria Meilwes

 

 

12:50 – 13:30 LUNCH

13:30 – 15:40 SESSION III

moderator – Dr. Teresa Navarro

13:30

RECRUDESCENCE AND VERTICAL TRANSMISSION OF PERSISTENT INFECTION OF NEOSPORA CANINUM IN SHEEP

Julio Benavides

13:40

DIARRHOEA IN GOAT KIDS AGED 2 MONTHS OLD ATTRIBUTED TO CRYPTOSPORIDIOSIS

Nektarios D. Giadinis

13:50

ZOONOTIC CRYPTOSPORIDIUM SPECIES AND SUBTYPES IN LAMBS AND GOAT KIDS IN ALGERIA

Karim Tarik Adjou

14:00

THE APPLICATION OF DEEP AMPLICON SEQUENCING AND MICROSATELLITE MARKERS TO STUDY GASTROINTESTINAL NEMATODE POPULATION STRUCTURES AND THE PREVALENCE OF BENZIMIDAZOLE RESISTANCE SNPS ON A UK SHEEP FARM

Mike Evans

14:10

EPIDEMIOLOGY OF ANTHELMINTIC RESISTANCE IN GOATS IN POLAND

Marcin Mickiewicz

14:20

CHRONIC COPPER INTOXICATION IN A SHEEP FLOCK – A CASE REPORT

Carolin Reckmann

14.30

THE EFFECT OF COBALT SUPPLEMENTATION AND EARLY WEANING ON LAMB GROWTH RATES IN THE FACE OF COBALT DEFICIENCY – A CASE REPORT

Kim Hamer

14:40

MESOTHELIOMAS AS CAUSE OF ASCITES IN SMALL RUMINANTS

Martin Ganter

14:50

RIGHT ATRIAL OSTEOCARTILAGINOUS METAPLASIA IN SHEEP: PERSONAL EXPERIENCES AND POTENTIAL ETIOPATHOGENESIS

Sebastian Alessandro Mignacca

15:00

EPIDEMIOLOGICAL STUDY OF JAW OSTEOMYELITIS IN SHEEP

Delia Lacasta

15:10

OVINE LARYNGEAL CHONDRITIS IN A TEXEL RAM

Teresa Maria Punsmann

15:20

WOOLFAIR: WOOL FUELS THE RESILIENCE AND COMPETITIVENESS OF SHEEP FARMING IN EUROPEAN MARGINAL LANDS

Sebastian Alessandro Mignacca

15:30

MORBIDITY AND MORTALITY OF DAIRY GOAT KIDS IN SOUTHERN GERMANY – PRELIMINARY RESULTS OF A RETROSPECTIVE POSTAL SURVEY

Viktoria Balasopoulou

 

15:40 – 15:50 COFFEE BREAK

15:50 – 16:50 ECSRHM ANNUAL MEETING

 

Entertainment

16.50 – 19.00 WARSAW SIGHTSEEING BY BUS (ROYAL ROUTE, OLD TOWN)

19.00 – 20.15 BACK TO 1950s – SIGHTSEEING OF THE PALACE CULTURE AND SCIENCE – GIFT OF JOSEPH STALIN FOR WARSAW, PANORAMIC VIEW OF WARSAW FROM 30TH FLOOR

20.15 – 23.00 DINNER IN THE PALACE CULTURE AND SCIENCE

23.00 BUS TRANSFER TO HOTELS

 

 


Conference organizers:
  • European College of Small Ruminant Health Management
  • Faculty of Veterinary Medicine, Warsaw University of Life Sciences
  • Polish Society of Veterinary Sciences
  • International Goat Association
  • Warsaw Chamber of Veterinary Surgeons