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Professor Marion Koopmans - Honorary Doctor Technical University of Denmark

On Friday April 28, Prof. Marion Koopmans received the degree of Honorary Doctor from the Technical University of Denmark.

Professor Marion Koopmans was honoured with the degree of Honorary Doctor. She is head of the Department of Viroscience at Erasmus MC and a well-known and respected virologist with a large interest in international collaboration.

During the Ebola epidemic, she was responsible for the execution of the mobile labs in Sierra Leone and Liberia, and she closely collaborates with the National Food Institute from Denmark.

Read more: Professor Marion Koopmans – Honorary Doctor Technical University of Denmark – Erasmus MC

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European 'One Health' action plan to tackle Antimicrobial Resistance

European Commission adopted a new "EU One Health Action Plan to tackle Antimicrobial Resistance" (attached). The Action Plan is underpinned by a One Health approach that addresses resistance in both humans and animals. In parallel, the Commission adopted the first deliverable of the plan: EU Guidelines on the prudent use of antimicrobials in human health.


NCOH-partners participate in One Health European Joint Programme (EJP)

The NCOH-partners Utrecht University Faculty of Veterinary Medicine, UMC Utrecht, Erasmus MC and Wageningen University participate in several One Health EJP projects, together with RIVM and Wageningen Bioveterinary Research. This will further intensify the collaborations within the Netherlands and strengthen the position of the Netherlands Centre for One Health (NCOH).


Successful first Annual Scientific Meeting in Leiden

The first NCOH annual scientific meeting, organized by Leiden University and the LUMC on June 19th, was a great success, with about 120 people attending, and many new contacts and connections made.


57 ideas for prevention or reduction of antibiotic resistence

In the second round of the programme Antibiotic Resistence 57 project ideas were submitted. These projects will contribute to the prevention of reduction of antibiotic resistence, with the ‘OneHealth’ approach and behavioural changes as possible perspectives for research.

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