Dear NCOH-AMR colleagues, The upcoming NCOH-AMR meeting dd 9 April 2020 in Utrecht will not take place until further notice due to the coronavirus outbreak. We will be postponing the meeting to another date, and you will be notified as soon as we know more. Best regards, on behalf of Marc Bonten en Aldert Zomer.

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Because of the Corona virus it was decided to cancel the Young NCOH day on 19 March. All speakers and participants will also be informed personally. The Young NCOH board aims to move the event to later this year. Young NCOH is a network for PhD students and post-docs who work in one of the NCOH…

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Date: Tuesday November 26, 2019 Time: 09:00 – 12.00 City: Rotterdam Mini symposium “Zoonotic disease emergence: lessons learned and future directions” Register your attendance (free) now. Complex and partially yet unknown risk factors may lead to the introduction of new infections in the human population. Recent outbreaks of MERS, Avian influenza and SARS have made…

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De voortdurende verspreiding van resistenties in de humane en veterinaire sector en in het milieu vormt een enorm, mondiaal en maatschappelijk probleem. In het kader van het Nederlands-Duitse INTERREG-project EurHealth1Health zal op 29 oktober 2019 in Lingen een “One-Health symposium” worden gehouden, waar de resultaten van de jarenlange samenwerking zullen worden gepresenteerd. Daarnaast geven externe…

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In our globalizing world with changing life-styles and new disease threats, safeguarding health in the broader sense is an important challenge. Join the discussion at the Global One Health symposium 24 October 2019 in Wageningen. Involving all disciplines To improve our approaches towards preventing diseases, our research communities and policy makers are more and more…

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The next NCOH Science Café will be organised by University Medical Center Utrecht (UMCU) in Utrecht. Save the date: 20 oktober 2019 Program will follow soon

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The symposium on “Evolution & Infection” is held on 4 October 2019 in Amsterdam. The symposium is preceding the inaugural lecture of Professor Colin Russell (AMC, UvA). Please find the program attached. Cost: free Lunch: included Registration: essential. Register here. More information: https://www.appliedevobio.org/symposium.

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