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NCOH guest editor of NTMM

It was with great enthusiasm that NCOH took up the guest editorship of the September 2021 edition of the Dutch Journal of Medical Microbiology (NTMM).

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Successful webinar: No Rabies in 2030

On 7 October ‘To end human deaths by rabies in 2030’ was the topic of the NCOH webinar. Rabies kills one person every 9 minutes, with over half of them children. It is a zoonotic and viral disease which occurs in more than 150 countries.

Interview: ‘We need to understand how zoonotic spill-over events occur’

Anna Mykytyn is developing new methods to study the way antibodies neutralize viruses to understand how viruses enter the body.

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.

Successful webinar on Emerging Zoonosis

On 2 September the NCOH webinar on Emerging Zoonosis & how the contagious jump between animals & humans took us to Africa and back. The experts talked about finding new viruses, and also the importance of looking at human health and disease.

Interview: ‘The amount of data transferred by viruses could be the biggest collection of data in the world’

Combining her knowledge of viruses and data, Ling-Yi Wu is developing computational pipelines that biologists can use to study viruses and microbes.

Interview: ‘I value that my research has social relevance’

Jesse Kerkvliet, a bio-computer scientist, likes working with interesting model systems, but also thinks it’s important his research aims at solving real world problems.

Interview: ‘The experiments surprise me almost every time’

Using large, cooled magnets, Maik Derks is studying how antibiotics bind to molecules in bacteria.