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  • COP21: Dr Li Li awarded by the French Embassy in Beijing

    2015, February 3
    As part of the Paris 2015 Climate Conference – COP21, the service for Science and Technology of the French Embassy in China wished to encourage Franco-Chinese scientific actions related to climate change and biodiversity. A prize (a stay in France) has been awarded during the evening organized by the CNRS China office in Beijing to a Chinese researcher working in a Franco-Chinese joint research network particularly mobilized on these issues. The winner is Dr Li Li, a (...)

  • Research visit at the University of Calgary

    2015, January 26 - February 9
    Dr. Jenny Knapp, research engineer at the Besançon University Hospital had a 2 week visit at the Laboratory of Wildlife Ecology and Spatial Epidemiology (WEASEL). The WEASEL belongs to the Ecosystem and Public Health Department of the Faculty of Veterinary Medicine, University of Calgary (Alberta, Canada), and is a member of the GDRI EHEDE since 2015. Dr Jenny Knapp’s visit was carried out in the framework of a scientific collaboration between the (...)

  • Research Workshop, Bishkek, Kyrgyzstan

    2014 November, 25-26
    Lab members of the GDRI EHEDE, the University of Zurich (CH) and the Kyrgyz Veterinary Research Institute organized the research Workshop: “Echinococcosis in Kyrgyzstan and the region”, as one of the final meetings of the Wellcome Trust supported programme “Multi-species transmission of Echinococcus on the Tibetan Plateau and Central Asia”.
    The more than 50 attendees included Phil Craig, Mark Danson, Alexander Maston, Mike Rogan, Freya van Kesteren (UK), Akira Ito (...)

  • One Health/Ecohealth workshop, Hanoï

    October 13-15
    One Health or Ecohealth is a multidisciplinary approach to achieve optimal health for people, animals and the environment through local, regional and global research collaboration. Particularly in Southeast Asia, One Health has gained much more focus due to the rise of cross-species epidemics such as SARS, avian influenza, and Nipah virus. With 70% of emerging diseases being of animal origins, this has become a crucial issue for Southeast Asia due to increasingly high (...)

  • Symposium Echinococcus 2014, Vilnius

    October 8-9
    The symposium « Echinococcus 2014 », organised by the European Scientific Councel for Companion Animal Parasites (ESCCAP), was held at the Lithuanian Academy of Science in Vilnius. The programme was divided into three main sessions which considered Echinococcus multilocularis and E. granulosus s.l. from the perspective of biology, epidemiology and veterinary public health.
    Five researchers from the IRN EHEDE members and associates were invited as key-note speakers: Phil (...)

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