Date(s) - 21/10/2019 - 23/10/2019
9:15 am - 2:00 pm
Venue: Faculty of Veterinary Medicine, NMBU – Campus Adamstuen
Application deadline: September 15th 2019
This course will review the microbiology, epidemiology and pathogenicity of the most common bacterial zoonotic pathogens in Norway. In addition, the course will introduce the use of modern genetic methods in surveillance, outbreak investigations and research relevant to public health, food safety and veterinary medicine. The course is intended for PhD students in the field of biology, but Master students and Postdoctoral fellows are welcome as well.
Preparatory work: All students are expected to be prepared for the course, bring and present an A2 (420mm x 594mm) poster describing their current research project and the reason for choosing this course. All course activity is mandatory (social activity is not).
Maximum numer of participants: 14
Course credit: 2 ECTS
Please sign up for the course here.
Ann-Katrin Llarena, DVM PhD, Associate Professor, Department of Food Safety and Infection Biology, Norwegian University of Life Sciences, Oslo
Sabrina Rodriguez Campos, DVM FVH PhD, Associate Professor, Department of Food Safety and Infection Biology, Norwegian University of Life Sciences, Oslo
9.15-10.15 Welcome, introductions and poster presentations
10.20-11.05 Sabrina Rodriguez Campos, DVM FVH PhD
- One Health quiz
- Introduction to One Health, One Health drivers and One Health organizations at national and international level.
11.15-12.00 invited speaker (to be announced)
The value of Global One Health Studies
13.00-15.00 Ann-Katrin Llarena, DVM PhD
Food-borne diseases: Introduction to specific bacterial zoonoses of food safety relevance in Norway, their epidemiology, pathogenicity and use of modern methods of detection and typing in public health and food safety.
- Yersinia enterocolitica
- Shiga-toxin producing Escherichia coli (STEC)
- Salmonella enterica
15.15-16.00 invited speaker (to be announced)
Methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus (MRSA)
16.15-17.15 Introduction to group exercises/cases.
Cases will be designed as real life scenarios, like disease and outbreak investigations, tracing of pathogens and implementation of preventive measures and will involve some bioinformatics analyses. Snacks/drinks will be provided.
9.00-10.00 Sabrina Rodriguez Campos, DVM FVH PhD
Zoonotic bacteria transmitted through environmental pathways: Introduction to specific zoonotic bacterial pathogens, their epidemiology, pathogenicity and use of modern methods of detection and typing in public health and food safety.
10.15-11.00 Ola Brynildsrud, DVM PhD, Norwegian Institute of Public Health
Use of Whole Genome Sequencing in tracing the global expansion of Mycobacterium tuberculosis
11.15-12.00 Patrick Munk, MSc PhD, National Food Institute Technical University of Denmark
Antimicrobial resistance in the age of metagenomics
13.00 Continue with group exercises/cases, preparation of presentations for tomorrow
18.00 We will meet at “Fangene på fortet” to challenge each other and have some fun together, followed by dinner.
9.00-13.00 Group presentations, discussions and reflections
13.00-14.00 Wrap up and lunch