ENOVAT is happy to announce the launch of the lifelong learning programme titled “New Technologies in Veterinary Microbiology Diagnostics”

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The course is focused on students and Professionals in Animal Health. Language: English Duration: 5 weeks (starting June the 1st, 2022) ECTS: 4 Cost: 300 euro (discounts apply for early registration, students and EBVS Residents) The programme at a glance (vide...

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Educational workshop on emerging laboratory and PoC technologies for detection of AMR and bacterial infection in veterinary medicine

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ESCMID is organizing a one-day online educational workshop on March 9 2022 that we have arranged on Emerging laboratory and point-of-care technologies for detection of AMR and bacterial infection in veterinary medicine. We have some excellent presenters and be...

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ITC Conference Grants

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INCLUSIVENESS TARGET COUNTRIES (ITC) CONFERENCE GRANTS AVAILABLE  There is now the possibility to apply for ITC conference grants if you are an investigator/innovator < 40 years old and from an Inclusiveness Target Country or Near Neighbour Country. You mu...

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New publications are available on our webpage

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Please check them here. The last publication was led by Professor Ludovic Pelligand on a prospective clinical trial in normal and critically ill dogs to evaluate the pharmacokinetics (PK) of intravenous amoxicillin combined with clavulanic acid. The authors ch...

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Working Group 1 update

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ENOVAT WG1 is announcing the launch of the Antimicrobial Use Guidelines Survey which is building on the findings of the WG1’s Treatment Guidelines pilot survey. The current version is a small-animal focused survey and is hoped that it will provide an insight...

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Which bacterial species/genera do you still have problems identifying with MALDI TOF MS technology?

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We are looking for your inputs! In the framework of the COST Action ENOVAT we are working on the optimisation of MALDI TOF MS methods for bacteria that are difficult to identify using this method. We would therefore like to ask you which bacterial species/gene...

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