Meet our leaders #14

Dr. Ana P. VALE Advisory Board Coordinator and Assistant Professor in Veterinary Public Health at the University College Dublin School of Veterinary Medicine, Ireland “In order to tackle antimicrobial resistance, we need a collaborative approach across different settings that promotes the prudent use of antimicrobials and examines the emergence and spread of antimicrobial resistance mechanisms across humans, animals and the environment” …

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Meet our leaders #12

Dr. Luís Pedro Carmo WG4 vice-leader Post-doc at the Veterinary Public Health Institute, Vetsuisse, University of Bern, Switzerland “Evidence should be the guiding line to the selection of the most adequate treatments” Dr. Carmo was a Doctoral student / Resident of the European College of Veterinary Public Health Veterinary Public Health Institute, University of Bern, Switzerland. Among other relevant professional …

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Meet our leaders #11

Prof. Paul Nguewa STSM Coordinator Head of the Institute of Tropical Health University of Navarra, Spain “One Health strategy remains a global approach against health threats in the animal, human and environment interface“ Prof. Paul Nguewa, STSM Coordinator, Head of the Institute of Tropical Health (University of Navarra-Spain; ISTUN; www.istun.es), Department of Microbiology and Parasitology. Leader of a group of …

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Meet our leaders #9

Prof. Jeroen DEWULF WG4 vice leader Full professor at Ghent University “The best way to reduce antimicrobial resistance is to avoid antimicrobial use through good biosecurity and infection prevention” Jeroen Dewulf is full professor in Veterinary Epidemiology at Ghent University Belgium. He has been conduction research for more than 20 years on antimicrobial use and resistance in animals as well …

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