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ABSTRACTS/PRESENTATIONS

S1
Inaugural addresses
1

Welcome by Dr Carlos Correa Messuti (President of the World Organisation for Animal Health, OIE) (eng-fr-spa)

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Welcome by Dr Bernard Vallat (Director General of the World Organisation for Animal Health, OIE) (eng-fr-spa) eng_Vallat fr_Vallat spa_Vallat

S1
Introduction
Chair: Michael DavidUSDA/APHIS - Veterinary Services
1

Value of Biodiversity to Health (IUCN's perspective)
Jean-Christophe Vié

Vié Vié
2

Case Story 1: Bolivia – Integrated Disease Prevention for Livestock, People and Conservation
Marcela Uhart

Huart Uhart
3

Case Story 2: Nipah Virus – Experience from Malaysia 1998-1999
Azri Adzhar

Adzhar Adzhar
4

Biodiversity, Agro-Ecosystem Resilience and Wildlife Health
Juan Lubroth

Lubroth Lubroth

S2

Economic Benefits and Challenges for Sustainable Approaches to Managing Huma/Wildlife Interaction
Chair: Bernard LozéPresident of the International Council for Game and Wildlife Conservation

1

The Value of Wildlife Tourism: Perspectives from Sub-Saharan Africa
Philippe Chardonnet

Chardonnet Chardonnet
2

Hunting and Fishing: Value and Benefit for Disease Surveillance
Torsten Mörner

Mörner Mörner
3

Production Systems: Wildlife and Wildlife Products
Kobus du Toit

du Toit du Toit
4

Unregulated and Informal Wildlife Trade
William Karesh

Karesh Karesh

S3

Illustrating Contributions to Public Health
Chair: Jean-Vivien MombouliDirecteur Départment de la Recherche - Laboratoire de Santé Publique, République du Congo

1

From Forecasting to Control of Zoonotic Diseases - Linking Animal and Human Systems
Bernadette Abela-Ridder

Abela-Ridder Formenty
2

Wildlife, WIld Food, Food Security and Human Society
Richard Kock

Kock Kock
3

Policy Opportunities for Linking Animal and Human
Gardner Murray

Murray

S4
Illustrating Relationships of Wildlife, Domestic Anmal Health and Production
Chair: François MoutouAnses - Laboratoire de Santé Animale, France
1

Wildlife Health Programs to Protect Livestock
Scott Newman

Newman Newman
2

Domestic Animal Health Programs to Protect Wildlife
Sarah Cleaveland

Cleaveland Cleaveland
3

Land-use paradigms, Wildlife and Livestock: Challenges Choices and Potential Ways Forward
Mark Atkinson

Atkinson Atkinson
4

Wildlife and Human Risks Linked to EBOLA Viruses
Alain Ondzie

Ondzie Ondzie

S5
Illustrating Strategies for Efficient Surveillance and Management of Animal Diseases
Chair: Jonna A.K. MazetDirector USAID PREDICT Project, University of California, Davis, USA
1

Assuring Transparency
Karim Ben Jebara

Ben Jebara Ben Jebara
2

Managing Oubtreaks
Gideon Brückner

Brückner Brückner
3

Capacity Building: Issues and Opportunities
Ted Leighton

Leighton Leighton
4

National Wildlife Disease Surveillance Systems
Marc Artois

Artois Artois

S6
Safety and Challenges of International Trade – Part 1
Chair: Yasuhiro Yoshikawa - School Veterinary Medicine, Kitasato University, Japan
1

OIE Policy Paper related to Widlife Diseases
Kris De Clercq

De Clercq De Clercq
2

Transfrontier Conservation Areas – Compatibility with Animal and Human Health: A Southern African Perspective
Roy Bengis

bengis Bengis
3

Managing the Intrerface – Zoning, Compartmentalisation and Commodities
Alejandro Thiermann

Thiermann Thiermann
4

Building Competence and Confidence – The PVS Pathway (PVS Evaluation and PVS Gap Analysis, Legislation)
Alain Dehove

Dehove Dehove

S7
Safety and Challenges of International Trade – Part 2
Chair: John FischerCollege Veterinary Medicine, University of Georgia, USA

1

Disease Emergence and Spread Related to Wildlife Trade - Aquatic Species
Barry Hill

Hill Hill
2

Alien Invasive Species Issues Related to Wildlife and Domestic Animal Trade
Paul-Pierre Pastoret

Pastoret Pastoret
3

The Health of WIldlife: The Role and Needs of Zoological Conservation Organizations
Robert Cook

Cook Cook
4

Global Movement of Potential Pathogens Linked to Free-ranging and Captive Wildlife
Howard Pharo

Pharo Pharo

S8
Contributions of Biodiversity Conservation and Wildlife Management to Health
Chair: Amy Evans - World Bank
1

Integrative Approaches to Disease Control: The Value of International Collaboration
Tom DeLiberto

DeLiberto DeLiberto
2

Benefits from Health Ecosystems
Aaron Bernstein

Bernstein Bernstein
3

Climate Change – Mitigation, Adaptation and Health
Peter Black

Black Black
4

Impacts of Biodiversity on the Emergence and Transmission of Infectious Diseases
Peter Daszak

Daszak Daszak
5

The Need for Sound and Sustainable Policy in an Interconnected World: Science Based Guidance for the Future
Kate Glynn

Glynn Glynn