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Coffee with Constance Schultsz

Constance Schultsz is a medical microbiologist and professor of Global Health. She has represented Amsterdam UMC on the NCOH Executive Board since 2021. In this interview she tells us about what motivates her, and gives us a glimpse into her life outside the hospital. “I sing and like to go to concerts. Bruce Springsteen’s concert at the Malieveld was a highlight for me.”

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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.

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.

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!’.