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INVITED SPEAKERS

Dries Berckmans

Belgium

TALK TITLE: Technological Tools for Infection Detection

Joseph Blondeau

Canada

TALK TITLE: Antimicrobial susceptibility, resistance, length of therapy and clinical outcome:  What have we learned from in vitro measurements?

Petra Cagnardi

Italy

TALK TITLE: Antimicrobials in Farm Animals: Impact on the Environment and Consequent Antimicrobial Resistance Dissemination

Murat Cengiz

Turkey

TALK TITLE: Is There a Connection of MIC and PK in Veterinary Therapeutics?

Carl Cerniglia

USA

TALK TITLE: The effects of Residue Levels of Tetracycline on the Intestinal Microbiome

Peter Damborg

Denmark

TALK TITLE: How to Lower Antibiotic Use in Animals – the Danish Approach

Mathias Devreese

Belgium

TALK TITLE: Administration route and dosage of selected antimicrobials in pigs: impact on gut concentration

Guido Di Martino

Italy

TALK TITLE: Biosecurity: Structural and Management Measures to Control Diseases in Poultry Sector

Ronette Gehring

The Netherlands

TALK TITLE: Which inter-species differences should we consider when interpreting AST data?

April Johnson

Italy

TALK TITLE: Antimicrobial Resistance at the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO)

Ernesto Liebana

Italy

TALK TITLE: The role of EFSA on Monitoring and Risk assessment activities on Antimicrobial resistance in the food chain

Hilde Moyaert

Belgium

TALK TITLE: Antibiotic Susceptibility Monitoring of Veterinary Pathogens and Zoonotic and Commensal Organisms throughout Europe – The CEESA programs

Fatima M’Zali

France

TALK TITLE: The Human Medicine Point of View

Mark Papich

USA

TALK TITLE: CLSI/VAST approach for breakpoints definition

Pierre-Louis Toutain

UK

TALK TITLE: THE EUCAST/VETCAST approach to breakpoint definition and determination

Jeffrey Watts

USA

TALK TITLE: Targeting Bacterial Virulence Mechanisms for Novel Veterinary Antibacterial Therapies

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