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Next workshops on EVA and arthropod-borne encephalitis viruses (WNV, JEV, EEEV, WEEV and VEEV)
Published on
16/01/2020
Please save the date ! The next workshops on EVA and arthropod-borne encephalitis viruses (WNV, JEV, EEEV, WEEV and VEEV) of the EURL for equine diseases will be joined to the International equine infectious diseases conference (EIDC) which will take place at Deauville in September 28th – October 2nd 2020 . Please see this event on the website on: http://eidc2020.com/. These EVA and WNV workshops will be held on 1rst and 2nd of October 2020 in the Centre International of Deauville of EIDC.
HAPPY NEW YEAR !
Published on
06/01/2020
♦ 01 January 2020 ♦ The EURL for rabies team wishes you all a very happy and prosperous new year.
The ANSES team wishes you a very happy new year !
Published on
30/12/2019
ANSES wishes you a very Happy New Year! Since 2010, ANSES has been providing scientific guidance for public decision-making in order to safeguard human health and the environment. In 2020, ANSES will celebrate its 10th anniversary. Preview our special animated birthday card now by clicking below   Happy new year !
Merry Christmas and Happy New Year
Published on
23/12/2019
EPIZONE Annual Meeting 2020
Published on
23/12/2019
First announcement 14th Annual Meeting of EPIZONE from 28-30 september 2020 in Barcolona. https://www.epizone-eu.net/en/Home/show/First-announcement-14th-AM.htm  
BRUCELLOSIS INTERNATIONAL RESEARCH CONFERENCE
Published on
19/12/2019
Save the date: Italy • 29 September - 2 October 2020 The International Research Conference on Brucellosis 2020 will cover the main thematic areas: Taxonomy, Evolution, Emerging Species Genomics and Proteomics Host-Pathogen Interaction Immunology Vaccination   Diagnostics Human Brucellosis Epidemiology, control and eradication programmes Wildlife Brucellosis
Inter-laboratory comparative tests scheduled by the EURL in 2020
Published on
18/12/2019
Identification of Aethina tumida, the Small Hive Beetle, by morphological examination and PCR Aims: To evaluate the conformity of the results obtained by the European Union (EU) National Reference Laboratories (NRLs) for the identification of Aethina tumida by morphological examination and PCR. Requirements for participation: NRLs from EU Member States and NRLs from third countries (depending on the feasibility). Inter-laboratory comparative test (ILCT) methods: Morphological examination only. Or morphological examination and PCR. Matrix: Entomological specimens stored at room temperature in ethanol 70%. Provisional Agenda: Registration: February 2020 ILCT period: April 2020   Note: Proficiency tests organised by the EURL are mainly intended for the NRLs and the Official Laboratories of the EU. If other laboratories are interested in participating, please contact the EURL (eurl.bee@anses.fr) for more information.    Another ILPT will be organised on virology later at the end of the year
EURORESIDUE IX – Current Issues and Emerging Trends in Residue Control
Published on
16/12/2019
Announcement of the next symposium EURORESIDUE IX – Current Issues and Emerging Trends in Residue Control – 18-20 May 2020 Published on  : 16/12/2019 For more details at :  http://www.euroresidue.nl  
The European Union One Health 2018 Zoonoses Report is online !
Published on
13/12/2019
[relayed from EFSA & ECDC]  In 2018, 358 confirmed brucellosis cases in humans were reported in the EU. The EU notification rate was 0.08 cases per 100,000 population, which was the lowest notification rate reported since the beginning of the EU‐level surveillance. Compared with 2017, the total number of Brucella‐positive or ‐infected cattle herds, sheep flocks and goat herds in the not officially free regions further decreased by 13% and by 12%, respectively. During recent years, the proportion of brucellosis‐positive cattle herds, sheep flocks and goat herds in not officially free regions in Italy and Portugal decreased. In Spain and Croatia, eradication of brucellosis in cattle, sheep and goats is within reach with almost no positive herds reported for these last years. Brucellosis in cattle and in sheep and goats is still endemic in southern regions in Italy with the highest prevalence in Sicily and in Greece and Portugal. Greece reported the highest notification rate of confirmed cases in humans, 10 times higher than the EU average, while at the same time reporting an enzootic situation in animals: 1% infected cattle herds and 3% infected sheep and goats herds on the Greek islands whereas from Continental Greece data were lacking. Brucellosis is still an animal health problem with public health relevance in southern Europe/in countries that are not officially free of brucellosis.

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