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Floor from the Netherlands who is working for Ireland but living in France.
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11 September 2023

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Highlights 2020: Working as a Dutch person for Ireland in France

It's time for a retrospective: the year 2020 has been greatly affected by the health crisis, but the daily life of the unit has been punctuated by many events that have allowed us to maintain a link between the members of the laboratory, and to continue to move forward together. Each week, we will share a highlight of the past year!
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11 September 2023

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Highlights 2020: A renewed partnership with Senegal in animal epidemiology

It's time for a retrospective: the year 2020 has been greatly affected by the health crisis, but the daily life of the unit has been punctuated by many events that have allowed us to maintain a link between the members of the laboratory, and to continue to move forward together. Each week, we will share a highlight of the past year!
Schematic overview of herd management in a typical Irish spring calving dairy herd.
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11 September 2023

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Highlights 2020: Modelling the transmission and control of Johne's disease in Irish dairy herds with spring bunch calving

It's time for a retrospective: the year 2020 has been greatly affected by the health crisis, but the daily life of the unit has been punctuated by many events that have allowed us to maintain a link between the members of the laboratory, and to continue to move forward together. Each week, we will share a highlight of the past year!
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11 September 2023

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Highlights 2020: Automating the production of animal health decision support software based on realistic epidemiological models

It's time for a retrospective: the year 2020 has been greatly affected by the health crisis, but the daily life of the unit has been punctuated by many events that have allowed us to maintain a link between the members of the laboratory, and to continue to move forward together. Each week, we will share a highlight of the past year!
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11 September 2023

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Highlights 2020: Epidemiological modelling helps control endemic animal diseases

It's time for a retrospective: the year 2020 has been greatly affected by the health crisis, but the daily life of the unit has been punctuated by many events that have allowed us to maintain a link between the members of the laboratory, and to continue to move forward together. Each week, we will share a highlight of the past year!
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11 September 2023

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Highlights 2020: IVAN, a diagnostic aid system for bovine autopsy: the (not so) artificial intelligence that makes the dead talk

It's time for a retrospective: the year 2020 has been greatly affected by the health crisis, but the daily life of the unit has been punctuated by many events that have allowed us to maintain a link between the members of the laboratory, and to continue to move forward together. Each week, we will share a highlight of the past year!
Ticks gorged on the head of a bank vole, one of the most common small rodent species in our agro-ecosystems.  Photo Yann Rantier (OSCAR project).
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11 September 2023

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Taking landscape structure into account to better understand the epidemiology of tick-borne diseases

Taking landscape structure into account to better understand the epidemiology of tick-borne diseases
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11 September 2023

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Highlights 2020: The risk of a Rift Valley Fever epidemic in Senegal

It's time for a retrospective: the year 2020 has been greatly affected by the health crisis, but the daily life of the unit has been punctuated by many events that have allowed us to maintain a link between the members of the laboratory, and to continue to move forward together. Each week, we will share a highlight of the past year!
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11 September 2023

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Highlights 2020: An international modeling challenge to predict and control a virtual African swine fever (ASF) epidemic at the pig-boar interface

It's time for a retrospective: the year 2020 has been greatly affected by the health crisis, but the daily life of the unit has been punctuated by many events that have allowed us to maintain a link between the members of the laboratory, and to continue to move forward together. Each week, we will share a highlight of the past year!
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11 September 2023

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HDR defense Ségolène Calvez

Mrs. Ségolène Calvez defended her Habilitation to Supervise Research (HDR) in the specialty of Microbiology.
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11 September 2023

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ModAH² : Registration and programme!

The second edition of the ModAH Congress starts in less than a month. Find the programme online and register!
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11 September 2023

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Algorithms to limit bovine respiratory diseases

After identifying the composition of batches of young cattle and their travel distance as factors that increase the risk of developing respiratory diseases during fattening, the BIOEPAR unit developed decision support tools to optimise these factors and limit these risks.
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11 September 2023

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ModAH²: conférence internationale sur la modélisation en santé animale

ModAH²: the 2nd international scientific conference dedicated to modelling in animal health will be held through four half-day webinars. This event will bring together scientists from all over the world around one theme, in order to open new avenues of research and international collaborations.
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11 September 2023

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Do rainbow trout fillets harbour determinants of antibiotic resistance?

The increasing acquisition of antibiotic resistance by bacteria raises a new question, that of the place of food as a potential source of transmission of antibiotic resistance determinants: antibiotic residues, resistance genes and resistant bacteria. These determinants are linked to the natural bacterial flora of the foodstuff whose composition may be impacted by its production environment.
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11 September 2023

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ASF challenge: 1st international challenge in epidemiological modelling in animal health, applied to African swine fever

The BIOEPAR DYNAMO team has organized the first international challenge in animal health modelling, ASF challenge, focusing on a scenario for the introduction, spread and control of African Swine Fever (ASF), which has ravaged Asian pig farms and made recent incursions in Belgium and Germany.
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25 January 2021

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Meet Hélène Cecilia at the Nuit Blanche des Chercheurs on February 11th!

With the Nuit Blanche des Chercheurs, scientists are betting on integrating you into their world. During this evening, they will try to captivate you and convince you in their own way, with their words. It is the perfect opportunity to understand what research is, this environment which is an integral part of society, the work being done and what they will change in the future.
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11 September 2023

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You will know everything about PiroGoTick!

The sparkling Miliepattes met the members of the PiroGoTick project in Oniris and explains in video the why and how of the 3 programmes: PiroTick, PiroQuest and PiroSentinel.
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05 January 2021

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Advantages, disadvantages, risks... What you need to know about RNA vaccines, by François Meurens

An article to read on "The Conversation".
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11 September 2023

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Two contributions from BIOEPAR to the Artificial Intelligence conference ICAART

The ICAART conference (13th International Conference on Agents and Artificial Intelligence) will take place online from 4th to 6th February 2021.
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11 September 2023

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The One Health approach put to the test by Covid-19

François Meurens is a professor in viro-immunology at the BIOEPAR unit. At the request of the journal Virology, he wrote an article on the Covid crisis and the One health approach.
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30 November 2020

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BIOEPAR's contributions to the IAHA videoconference

On 21 and 22 September 2020, the IAHA organised a video conference on organic farming systems. The International Alliance for Animal Husbandry (IAHA) of IFOAM is an informal network of individuals and organisations interested in supporting and strengthening the development of organic livestock production.