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NCOH webinar 28 January 2021 ‘What about avian influenza?’

The bird flu that is now raging in the Netherlands is not dangerous for humans. But scientists say they are waiting for a new variant that can be fatal. Netherlands Centre for One Health organises a webinar to gain more expert insight in this type of flu.

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Missed the NCOH webinar about Silent pandemic: Antimicrobial Resistance? Watch the recording here!

In the past months Netherlands Centre for One Health (NCOH) has been hosting a series of scientific lectures on COVID-19. This time not the current pandemic, but a silent pandemic, the antimicrobial resistance, was put in the centre of attention. If you missed it, you can find access to the full webinar recording and the presentation slides here.

NCOH webinar 19 November – Silent pandemic: Antimicrobial Resistance

In the World Antimicrobial Awareness Week the Netherlands Centre of One Health organises a webinar about Antimicrobial Resistance (AMR), the silent pandemic.

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.

OHPACT PhD Joyce van Bree has been awarded the Rob Goldbach Virology MSc thesis prize 2020

The Rob Goldbach prize is handed out every two years for the best master thesis delivered for examination at the Laboratory of Virology at Wageningen University & Research.

Missed the NCOH webinar about COVID-19 and Immunity? Watch the recording here

In the past months NCOH has been hosting a series of scientific lectures on COVID-19, with a special focus on the One Health approach to current challenges. The third webinar about Immunity took place on 1 October. If you missed it, below you can find access to the full webinar recording and the presentation slides.

Interview: ‘I will always have a soft spot for bacteria’

Understanding how bacteria adapt in order to survive is fundamentally interesting and can potentially help us to understand bacterial infections, says Eveline Ultee who researched how bacteria change their shape.

Interview: ‘I am intrigued by the power of bacteria’

Antibiotics are classified based on their likelihood of inducing antibiotic resistance in bacteria, as tested in the lab. Aram Swinkels thinks there is another factor that should be taken into account: the lifespan of antibiotics.