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  • XXVII World Congress of Echinococcosis, Algiers

    Plenary session 2:
    Ecohealth/One health concepts and echinococcoses:
    examples of cross-sectorial approaches for research and Echinococcus control TitlePresenterCountry Key-note. Ecohealth / One health concepts and echinococcosis: an introduction GIRAUDOUX Patrick France/China Integration of animal health and public health surveillance sources to exhaustively inform the risk of echinococcosis in Rio Negro, Argentina AREZO Marcos (presented by (...)

  • Castatrophic Risk Management Research Center in Yunnan

    A Catastrophic Risk Management Research Center is going to be created at the Yunnan University of Finance and Economics.
    Coordinated by Dr. Liu Hongjiang, Dr. Qian ZhengWei and Pr. Li Li, it will include several branches. The Ecological Disaster branch will support research on wildlife and human conflicts, one of the research objectives of the GDRI Ecosystem health and environmental disease ecology. Other branches include geologic disasters (flooding, earthquakes, etc.).
    Informal (...)

  • Meeting "Echinococcus multilocularis range expansion in Europe"

    Organised by Dr. Alessandro Massolo after his sabbatical at the Chrono-environment lab, the first meeting of an informal steering group on the study of the Ecology of Echinococcus multilocularis in Europe was carried out in Besancon (France), on July 1, 2016, with GDRI EHEDE’s support,
    During the meeting, the main knowledge gaps on the ecology of the parasite were discussed with particular emphasis on the relevance of these gaps from a risk management and from a research point of view as (...)

  • Ecohealth and conservation workshop 2016, Kunming

    The integration of eco-epidemiology in the concept of one-health, the success achieved by systems approach usually applied to the study of diseases in other areas than understanding the ecology of pathogen transmission (rodent pest control, conservation biology of endangered species, etc.) and the fact that disease transmission is increasingly thought to be the result of the (socio-eco) systemic integration of links between the health of all species and that of their environment, the (...)

  • 200,000 RMB to support wild Asian Elephant research

    Pr. Patrick Giraudoux, coordinator of the GDRI Ecosystem Health and Environmental Disease Ecology and distinguished professor of the Yunnan University of Finance and Economics (YUFE), has been awarded a 200,000 RMB (27 k€) grant by the government of the Yunnan Province. This kind of grant supports “high-level international science and technology programmes”.
    The application was submitted by Pr. LI Li of the YUFE - Wildlife Management and Ecosystem Health lab (WMEH), in connexion with Pr. (...)

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