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Watch on-demand now to learn how to combat low-pathogen and high-pathogen avian influenza.
H9N2 viruses have been circulating in Eurasian poultry industry resulting in great economic losses due to decline in egg production and moderate to high mortality. Influenza A viruses of the H9N2 subtype have been causing infections in poultry population around the globe. Even to this day H9N2 is still one of the three primary AI subtypes devastating poultry industry. Join this informative webinar series as industry experts discuss the ways to combat low-pathogen and high-pathogen avian influenza.
>>>Combat low-pathogen avian influenza (Part 1) - will broadcast on September 17, 2018.
>>>Combat high-pathogen avian influenza (Part 2) - will broadcast on October 30, 2018.
WHAT YOU’LL LEARN:
This webinar series is sponsored by Boehringer Ingelheim and is presented by WATT Global Media.
Dr. Francesco Bonfante, researcher of the Virology laboratory of the Research and Development Department at IZSVe
Dr. Francesco Bonfante joined the OIE/FAO and National Reference Laboratory for Avian Influenza and Newcastle Disease, OIE Collaborating Centre for Diseases at the Human Animal Interface - Istituto Zooprofilattico Sperimentale Delle Venezie in September 2010. Dr Bonfante has been working as an investigator at the Virology Unit, building a strong background in challenge studies with avian and murine animal models, evaluating the clinical and virological efficacy of licensed and prototype avian influenza vaccines. Over the last 3 years, his research has been focusing on the role of H9N2 viruses in causing both respiratory and extra-respiratory diseases in chickens, either as primary or exacerbating agents. Dr Bonfante is now involved in the Horizon 2020 funded DELTA-FLU project, with the aim of better understanding the key viral and host-related factors that determine the dynamics of avian influenza in poultry.
Dr. Stephane Lemiere, global head at Boehringer Ingelheim
Dr. Stephane Lemiere is a doctor in Veterinary Medicine recognized specialist in poultry pathology. Member of the American Association of Avian Pathologists, the French Branch of the World Veterinary Poultry Association, the World Poultry Science Association Course Master Broiler Chicken Production WVEPAH. Boehringer Ingelheim Global Head, Technical Services, Lyon, France Leading the Global Poultry Veterinary Technical Services group.