How will the poultry industry stop HPAI?

New applications could improve biosecurity and enhance resistance to the virus.

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Heightened biosecurity, surveillance and rapid stamping-out efforts have not been able to keep the current outbreaks in Europe and North America from becoming the costliest these regions have ever experienced.

Three industry experts will explore new technological applications that could improve biosecurity or enhance resistance to the virus to prevent infection and stop the spread, as well as alternative methods for stamping-out existing outbreaks at the 2023 Poultry Tech Summit on November 6-8 at the Hilton Atlanta Airport in Atlanta, Georgia. 

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The panelists include John El-Attrache, Ph.D., global director of science and innovation at Ceva Animal Health, Stephane Lemiere, DVM, global head of veterinary services, avian, Boehringer Ingelheim and David Suarez, DVM, Ph.D., acting laboratory director, Southeast Poultry Research Laboratory, USDA ARS.

Over the past 12 years at Ceva Animal Health, John El-Attrache, Ph.D., has provided global direction at a corporate level through scientific support and innovation, working strategically to coordinate and prioritize corporate initiatives and projects while facilitating the introduction and development of innovative diagnostics, R&D and business projects.

Stephane Lemiere, DVM, is the global head of veterinary services, avian, at Boehringer Ingelheim. He conducts research in veterinary medicine, with his skills and expertise ranging from viruses, vaccines and vaccination.

David Lee Suarez, DVM, Ph.D., joined the Southeast Poultry Research Laboratory, Agriculture Research Service, USDA as a veterinary medical officer in 1995. In 2005, he became research leader of the Exotic and Emerging Avian Viral Disease Research Unit with the same institution. He is currently the acting laboratory director for the Southeast Poultry Research Laboratory. His primary research interests are avian influenza virus (AIV) and Newcastle disease virus (NDV).

Attend the 2023 Poultry Tech Summit

Join an exclusive international gathering of industry-changing innovators, researchers, entrepreneurs, technology experts, investors and leading poultry producers at the 2023 edition of Poultry Tech Summit on November 6-8 at the Hilton Atlanta Airport in Atlanta, Georgia. 

Attendees can expect the same groundbreaking innovation and insightful presentations that made the previous events well-attended with deep dialogue on new prospective solutions and next-generation technologies. Poultry Tech Summit focuses on the transition of innovative technologies into commercial applications to advance the poultry industry.

Registration for this event is now open

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