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Volunteering to become ill to help researchers

Radboudumc has combined its research into controlled human infection models to create a new program: the Radboudumc Controlled Human Infection Models (RCHIM). By studying the interaction between pathogens and humans under controlled conditions, researchers can improve their understanding of the underlying disease mechanisms. This understanding contributes to a more targeted development of medicines and vaccines...

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Twitter account NCOH: @ncohnl

In January 2016, NCOH’s own bilingual Twitter account, @ncohnl, was registered. With investigators in the field of one health as a primary target group, via this Twitter account relevant developments in the context of one health are highlighted.

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Mortality from Q fever adjusted upwards: 95 people died

During the Q fever outbreak from 2007-2010, an unprecedented number of people became infected with the Q fever bacterium Coxiella burnetii. Of all patients who die of chronic Q fever, 55 percent died within one year of diagnosis.

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Registration is open: NCOH Annual Scientific Meeting – 17 mei 2019

With great pleasure, we invite you to the Annual Scientific Meeting of the Netherlands Centre for One Health (NCOH) with ‘Complex Systems’ as main theme. This Annual Scientific Meeting will be held in Nijmegen on 17 May 2019.

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NCOH Student Travel Grant

The NCOH awards a number of travel grants to PhD students of NCOH Partners selected to present their abstract at an international One Health-related academic conference.

NCOH in the media

Gilles van Wezel explains how to find new antibiotics
NCOH mentioned in report on Antibiotic RD Initiatives
Marc Bonten reacts on ominous reports from CDC
Bonten and Wagenaar on antibiotic resistance
Marion Koopmans on prevention of EIDs
About Zika and AMR during ECCMID 2016