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RESET & MedVetStaph - Final scientific Symposium

(26.04.2017 - 28.04.2017)

The research consortium RESET performs research on the resistance against the very important antimicrobial classes of β-lactam-antibiotics and (fluoro)quinolones in enterobacteria.

The relevance of antimicrobial-resistant livestock associated staphylococci including Methicillin-resistance Staphylococcus aureus (MRSA) for the health of human beings and animals is investigated in detail in the consortium MedVetStaph.

In both consortia, financed by BMBF, scientists from human and veterinary medicine, basic and applied science as well as epidemiology work closely together.

In this final scientific workshop both consortia will present their results to the public, to stakeholders and to scientists.

The main topics presented are:

• Recent results from research on the zoonotic transmission of staphylococci and enterobacteria resistant to antimicrobials
• Consequences for the field work
• Future developments and research needs

On Wednesday, the meeting is held in German, the following two days in English.

The recognition of medical and veterinary education credits is being requested.

Organisation:
University of Veterinary Medicine Hannover,
German German Federal Institute for Risk Assessment and
German Research Platform for Zoonoses.

Scientific Secretariat:
Prof. Dr Lothar Kreienbrock
(University of Veterinary Medicine Hannover)

Prof. Dr Annemarie Käsbohrer
(German German Federal Institute for Risk Assessment)

PD Dr Robin Köck
(University Hospital Münster)

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Präsentationen

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27.04.2017
Präsentation Judith Schmiedel, Uni Gießen
Neuartige Einsichten in die Phylogenomik von ESBL-E. coli im One Health Kontext 1.1 MB
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26.04.2017
Präsentation Dr. Antina Ziegelmann, BMG, Berlin
Konsequenzen aus Sicht des BMG 995.2 KB
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Programme

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26.04.2017
Programme
RESET & MedVetStaph - Final scientific Symposium 477.5 KB
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Presentation

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28.04.2017
Presentation Jessica Meißner, TiHo Hannover
Significance of environmental contaminations on the development of bacterial resistance against antibacterial agents in indicator animals 6.2 MB
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28.04.2017
Presentation Dr. Alexandra Irrgang, BfR, Berlin
Detection of VIM-1 carbapenemase encoding E. coli in German pig production 2.1 MB
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28.04.2017
Presentation Dr. Guido Correia Carreira, BfR, Berlin
Possibilities and Limits of Logistic Regression in a Study of the transmission dynamics of ESBL/AmpC producing E. coli between broiler flocks 1.4 MB
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28.04.2017
Presentation Prof. Dr. Wolfgang Witte, RKI, Wernigerode
Occurrence of cfr-encodes linezolid resistance in coagulase-negative staphylococci from livestock and exposed humans 747.8 KB
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27.04.2017
Presentation Dr. Phillip Jung, University Saarland, Homburg/Saar
Staphylococcus aureus CC398: Factors promoting host adhesion and immune evasion 5.3 MB
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27.04.2017
Presentation Dr. Boris Oberheitmann, Q-Bioanalytic, Bremerhaven
Development of diagnostic kits for selected markers of resistance, virulence and zoonotic transmission among methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus strains 1.8 MB
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27.04.2017
Presentation Michael Pietsch, RKI, Wernigerode
NGS-based analysis of AmpC-beta-lactamase CMY-2-producing Escherichia coli from humans, livestock and food in Germany 2.4 MB
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27.04.2017
Presentation Tobias Kaufholz, BfR, Berlin
Social Networks in the pig barn 7.5 MB
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27.04.2017
Presentation Sonja Schoenfelder, University of Würzburg
Antibiotic resistance profiles of coagulase-negative staphylococci in livestock environments 3.2 MB
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Abstracts

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26.04.2017
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RESET & MedVetStaph - Final scientific Symposium 1.0 MB
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Press information

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Date Title Keywords
26.04.2017
15/2017
Antimicrobial resistance: successful interdisciplinary efforts antimicrobial resistance, ESBL/AmpC-producing strains, research

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Location Marienfelde

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