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NCOH webinar 2 September ‘Emerging Zoonosis and how the contagious jump between animals and humans’ part 1

Globally, some three-quarters of all emerging zoonoses originally come from wild animals. Netherlands Centre of One Health organises a webinar to gain more expert insight in zoonosis and the jump from animals to humans.

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Coffee with Maarten Hoek

Maarten Hoek is our communications manager at NCOH and works as project manager for Prof. Dr. Marion Koopmans at Erasmus MC.

Meet the all new Young NCOH Board

The new Young NCOH board was installed in June. Who are they? What are their interests and what do they hope to achieve?

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.

Interview: ‘It is all about the cell’s trash cans’

PhD student Patrick Dekker is working on a drug to kill pathogenic microorganisms. The key? Clocking the trash cans of the pathogenic cells.

Interview: ‘To better understand antibiotic resistance, we need to learn more about the metabolism of pathogens’

Pathogens in the lungs can adapt to their environment in order to survive antibiotic treatment. Maik Kok is studying the role of metabolism in this process and the resulting effects on antibiotic resistance.

NCOH Online Science Cafe: The Greening of Cities – One Health challenges – The final program is now available

You and all NCOH scientists are invited to join the NCOH Science Café on 3 June 2021 to get up to speed with the latest developments.

Interview: ‘I feel like an explorer’

Goat farms may specifically host pneumonia-causing micro-organisms. Wouter Lokhorst identifies microbes on these farms to obtain a better insight into causative agents of pneumonia.