Microbiology, food, and our changing climate: Consequences, challenges and solutions

 

We are looking forward to the NCOH Annual Scientific Meeting on 30 May 2024 in Amsterdam. A full programme with inspiring speakers, contributions from PhD students and the Young NCOH board, and ample to meet and connect with your fellow One Health colleagues. So, will you join us?

Register now

 

Global food production and climate change create enormous societal challenges that come with microbial, ecological, and infectious disease consequences, such as antimicrobial resistance and vector-borne diseases. However, the world’s microbes may also provide solutions, such as eradication of mosquitos or enhanced crop yields. Join the meeting to get inspired about the microbiological consequences and solutions to take on these global challenges.

 

Details

Date: Thursday 30 May 2024
Time: 10:00 hrs, doors open at 9.30 hrs.
Venue: Amsterdam UMC - location AMC, Meibergdreef 9 1105 AZ Amsterdam-Zuidoost 

 

This Annual Scientific Meeting is organising by the NCOH Executive Board:

  • Prof. Constance Schultsz, Amsterdam UMC (host)
  • Prof. Annemarie Rebel, Wageningen University & Research (chair of NCOH)
  • Prof. Lidwien Smit, Utrecht University
  • Prof. Marc Bonten, University Medical Center Utrecht
  • Prof. Marion Koopmans, Erasmus Medical Center
  • Dr. Jutte de Vries, Leiden University Medical Center
  • Prof. Nathanial Martin, Leiden University 
  • Prof. Ronald van Rij, Radboudumc
  • Prof. Wim van der Poel, Wageningen University & Research
  • Prof. Geert van den Bogaart, University of Groningen
  • Prof. Mark de Boer, Leiden University Medical Center
  • Dr. Arjen van de Giessen, RIVM

And supported by the local organising committee

 

Contact NCOH or the organizers
www.ncoh.nl