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Zoonoses in the night – which viruses do Dutch bats carry?

It all over the news, the outbreak of a new Corona virus. Bats are mentioned as a possible source. But what about Dutch bats?


Extended call for One Health applications for prophylactic vaccines and preventive strategies – A joint call by Netherlands Centre for One Health and Top Sector Life Sciences & Health

The Top Sector Life Sciences & Health (LSH) sees a possibility to allocate extra ‘Public-Private Partnership (PPP) Allowance’ budget to the Netherlands Centre for One Health (NCOH) for a small project within the NCOH-LSH One Health call 2019. This call involves strategic partnerships under the Knowledge and Innovation Agenda of Top Sector Life Sciences & Health (LSH).


Emergence and threat of infectious diseases

In 2019 worldwide 1 in 4 deaths is due to an infectious disease. In addition to the big 3 – HIV, malaria and tuberculosis – this mainly concerns respiratory infections, infectious diarrhea and sepsis. In the Netherlands, too, the burden of disease due to infections remains high.


How mammoth poop contributes to antibiotics research

PhD student Doris van Bergeijk brought 40,000-year-old bacteria from mammoth poop back to life. She hopes to find new information that can help research at the Institute of Biology Leiden into antibiotics and antibiotics resistance.


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