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NCOH Annual Scientific Meeting 30 May in Amsterdam

A line-up of diverse and very inspiring speakers will present at the NCOH Annual Scientific Meeting 2024 in Amsterdam on 30 May on the topic of Microbiology, food, and our changing climate: Consequences, challenges and solutions.

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PhD defence: Urban greening can lead to an increase of rodent-borne zoonotic pathogens

Wild rodents can host a great diversity of zoonotic pathogens. Rodents that live close to humans increase the likelihood of transfer of such pathogens.

PhD Defence: Broadening the antiviral landscape for influenza A virus

On 29 February, Mirte Pascha successfully defended her thesis entitled: ‘Broadening the antiviral landscape for influenza A virus- Glycoprotein-targeted approaches to infection prevention and treatment’ at Utrecht University.

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.

Coffee with Bert Poolman

Bert Poolman is a biochemistry professor at the University of Groningen and has been a member of the NCOH Executive Board since the summer of 2022. In the lab, he builds synthetic cells, and in his free time, he builds his holiday home in Italy. Poolman discusses his research, his role within NCOH and how Groningen researchers contribute.

One Health Travel study

Are you going on holiday soon? OHPact needs your help! Help us by working with us to map mosquitoes, ticks and the diseases they can transmit.

Save the date: 22 June 2023 – NCOH Annual Scientific Meeting 2023

Are we ready for the next pandemic? Join the upcoming NCOH Annual Scientific Meeting 2023 in Utrecht to find out and meet your fellow NCOH colleagues!

Beijerinck Virology Prize awarded to Ron Fouchier

Ron Fouchier

NCOH Principle Investigator virologist Ron Fouchier has been awarded the KNAW’s M.W. Beijerinck Virology Prize.