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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.

Publication from within the NCOH-network: “One Health training and research activities in Western Europe”

The increase in emerging human infectious diseases that have a zoonotic origin and the increasing resistance of microorganisms to antimicrobial drugs have shown the need for collaborations between the human, animal and environmental health sectors.

Six NCOH-AMR projects granted by JPI-AMR

The third call JPI-AMR “Transmission Dynamics” has resulted in six granted NCOH projects.
The primary aim of this open call is to combine the resources, infrastructures, and research strengths of multiple countries in order to address transmission of antibiotic resistance following a ‘One Health Approach’.

18 November 2016: Lecture by Prof. Martin Blaser

It is with great pleasure that we invite you to attend a Lecture by prof. dr. Martin Blaser, world-renowned expert on microbiome research. His Lecture entitled ‘Early life: the crucible for microbiome and host development’ will be held on Friday 18 November 2016 in Utrecht. We have limited seats available so register now.

The ground beneath your feet

Fertile soils provide us with food, water and raw materials, but also a whole range of other ecosystem services. Scientists from Wageningen University & Research, NIOO-KNAW and Leiden University describe soil in the dutch publication ‘Leve(n)de bodem!’.