PReSENTATIONS / ABSTRACTS
S1
Keynote perspectives
Chair : Juan Lubroth
P
1

The importance of intergovernmental standards in reducing biological threats arising from accidents, nature and deliberate acts
Bernard Vallat

Moulin
2

The nature of disease emergence
William B. Karesh

Tenhagen
5

The use of animal pathogens as biological weapons agents throughout history
Raymond Allan Zilinskas

Tenhagen
6

The risks and the benefits provided by synthetic biology
Piers Millett

Carson

S2
International initiatives and frameworks to reduce biological threats
Chair:Florence Fuchs
1

The Global Health Security Agenda (GHSA)
Elizabeth Cameron
Päivi Sillanaukee

Freischem
2

The Biological Weapons Convention (BWC) – strengths and weaknesses in international solidarity to prevent biological weapons development and proliferation
Daniel Feakes

Versporten
3

UN Security Council Resolution 1540; the threat from non - state actors
Raphael Prenat

Stockwell
4

The G7 Global Partnership (GP) against Weapons of Mass Destruction
Christine Uhlenhaut

Diaz
5

Tripartite Collaboration (early warning (GLEWS) and response (CMC/GOARN)
Juan Lubroth

Acar
6

One Health collaboration to combat antimicrobial resistance; surveillance and regulation
Awa Aidara - Kane

Diaz

S3
Sustainable strengthening of health systems
Chair: David Nabarro
1

OIE Performance of Veterinary Services (PVS) Pathway
Alex Thiermann

Mackay
2

OIE Veterinary Legislation Support Programme
David Sherman

McDermott
3

International Health Regulations (IHR) assessment for human health
Florence Fuchs

Kawanishi
4
Exploiting synergies between PVS and IHR
Stéphane de La Rocque
Baipoledi
5

PVS and IHR
Thanawat Tiensin
Teerasak Chuxnum

Kawanishi
 Kawanishi
6
Practical implementation of a One Health approach: the example of antimicrobial resistance
Christianne Bruschke Felicity Harvey
Baipoledi

S4
Ensuring that the world remains free from eradicated diseases
Chair: David Ulaeto
1

Smallpox experience
Kazunobu Kojima

Thiermann
2

Rinderpest experience
Junaidu Maina

Carolissen-Mackay
3

Prospects for future eradication efforts
Joseph Domenech

Brard

S5
Surveillance, early detection and disease information reporting
Chair: Christianne Bruschke
1

Detecting the known–latest technologies in pen-side tests
Kath Webster

Condron
3

Current intergovernmental information and reporting systems, legal frameworks, and their respective roles in early warning
Paula Caceres Soto

Jones
4

Looking ahead to 2040: systems for reporting, monitoring and analyzing animal health data
Tammy Beckham

Tirado

S6
Resilience against accidents and disasters
Chair: David Heymann
1

Accidental laboratory release
Don King

Tagliaro
2

Sustaining health services during conflict
John Woodford Ghulam Ziay

Schneider
3

Preparedness and recovery from nature’s wrath
Max Millen

Angot

S7
Resilience against accidents and disasters (contd)
Chair: David Heymann
1

Anibiothreat exercise: conclusions and lessons learned
Rickard Knutsson

Kane
3

National coordination in emergencies
Gary Vroegindewey

Otto
5

OIE involvement – expert’s perspective
Lindsey Holmstrom
Anthony Fooks

Otto

S8
What are the major impediments to effective collaboration to reduce biothreats? What strategies could change the paradigm?
Chair: Brian Evans Panellists: Billy Karsh, Keiji Fukuda, Dave Elliot, Trevor Smith, Laud Boateng

S9
Engaging scientists and veterinarians
Chair: Dave Elliot
1

OIE twinning for veterinary education establishments and veterinary statutory bodies
Alain Dehove

Dungu 
2

Case study of veterinary education twinning
Will Hueston

Dungu
3

On - line training to enhance international veterinary education
Gayle Brown

Herzog
4

Integrating bioethics to life sciences education
Tatyana Novossiolova

Vallat
6

OIE laboratory twinning programme
Keith Hamilton
Enaam M. El Sanousi

Vallat

S10
Laboratory Capacity building
Chair: Changchun Tu
2

Biosafety training and outreach
Jennifer Gaudioso

Dungu
3

Sustainable national laboratory networks
Jennifer Lasley

Herzog
4

Sustainable biosafety and biosecurity
Adama Diallo
Heather Sheeley

Vallat
 Vallat
5

Ensuring safe and efficient transport of biological materials
François Diaz

Herzog

S11
Sustainability
Chair: Trevor Smith
1

Cost benefit of investing in health systems
Jonathan Rushton

Dungu
2

The World Fund for Animal Health and Welfare
Alain Dehove

Dungu

 

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