International Symposium Alternatives to Antibiotics (ATA)
International Symposium Alternatives to Antibiotics (ATA)

International Symposium Alternatives to Antibiotics (ATA)

September 25, 2012 to September 28, 2012
World Organization for Animal Health - 12 Rue de Prony 75017 - Paris - France
Lectures
16.45-17.15hs
9/26/2012
Biotherapeutics as Alternatives to Antibiotics: Effect of IFN-α and G-CSF on Innate and Adaptive Immunity in Swine
Speaker:
Susan L. Brockmeier (Agricultural Research Service)
Susan L. Brockmeier (Agricultural Research Service)
Susan Brockmeier
United States
Agricultural Engineer
16.45-17.15hs
9/26/2012
18.30-19.00hs
9/25/2012
New approaches to address antimicrobial resistance in animals
Speaker:
Julian Davies (University of British Columbia)
Julian Davies (University of British Columbia)
Dr. Julian davies
Canada
Research
18.30-19.00hs
9/25/2012
09.00-09.30hs
9/26/2012
Antimicrobials in Animal Health – Lessons from Nature
Speaker:
Frank Blecha (College of Veterinary Medicine, Kansas State University)
Frank Blecha (College of Veterinary Medicine, Kansas State University)
Frank Blecha
United States
University Distinguished Professor
09.00-09.30hs
9/26/2012
09.30-10.00hs
9/26/2012
Avian cathelicidins: paradigms for the development of anti-infectives
Speaker:
Henk P. Haagsman (Department of Infectious Diseases and Immunology, Utrecht University)
Henk P. Haagsman (Department of Infectious Diseases and Immunology, Utrecht University)
Henk P. Haagsman
Netherlands
Research
09.30-10.00hs
9/26/2012
10.00-10.30hs
9/26/2012
Animal-derived Antimicrobial Peptides and Swine Health
Speaker:
Yizhen Wang (Nutrition and Swine Immunology Laboratory, Feed Science Institute, Zhejiang University)
Yizhen Wang (Nutrition and Swine Immunology Laboratory, Feed Science Institute, Zhejiang University)
Yizhen Wang
China
Professor of Animal Science
10.00-10.30hs
9/26/2012
11.00-11.20hs
9/26/2012
Prebiotics and Probiotics in Animal Production: Present Status and Future Perspectives
Speaker:
Richard Ducatelle (Ghent University)
Richard Ducatelle (Ghent University)
Richard Ducatelle
Belgium
Doctor of Veterinary Medicine
11.00-11.20hs
9/26/2012
11.20-11.40hs
9/26/2012
Heavy metals as alternatives to antibiotics: Panacea or Pandora’s Box?
Speaker:
H. Morgan Scott (Diagnostic Medicine, Pathobiology, Kansas State University)
H. Morgan Scott (Diagnostic Medicine, Pathobiology, Kansas State University)
Dr. H. Morgan Scott
United States
Professor epidemiology
11.20-11.40hs
9/26/2012
11.40-12.00hs
9/26/2012
Bacteriophages the alternatives to antibiotics for animal feed
Speaker:
Jae-Won Kim (CJ Research Institute of Biotechnology)
Jae-Won Kim (CJ Research Institute of Biotechnology)
11.40-12.00hs
9/26/2012
14.00-14.30hs
9/26/2012
Selective modulators of innate immunity for anti-infective therapy to replace or supplement antibiotics
Speaker:
Robert E.W Hancock (University of British Columbia)
Robert E.W Hancock (University of British Columbia)
Robert E.W Hancock
Canada
Research Chair and Professor
14.00-14.30hs
9/26/2012
14.30-15.00hs
9/26/2012
Novel anti-infective molecule from innate immune cells as an antibiotic-alternative to control infections caused by Apicomplexa
Speaker:
Hyun Lillehoj (Agricultural Research Service)
Hyun Lillehoj (Agricultural Research Service)
Hyun Lillehoj
United States
Biologist
14.30-15.00hs
9/26/2012
15.00-15.30hs
9/26/2012
Control and Prevention of Antibiotic-Resistant Infections by a Host Defense Peptide through Modulation of Innate Immunity
Speaker:
Guolong Zhang (Oklahoma State University)
Guolong Zhang (Oklahoma State University)
Glenn Zhang
United States
Agricultural Engineer
15.00-15.30hs
9/26/2012
16.15-16.45hs
9/26/2012
Evaluation of an interleukin-2 treatment for prevention of intramammary infections in cows after calving
Speaker:
Massimo Amadori( Laboratory of Cellular Immunology, Istituto Zooprofilattico Sperimentale della Lomb
Massimo Amadori( Laboratory of Cellular Immunology, Istituto Zooprofilattico Sperimentale della Lomb
Massimo Amadori
Italy
Research
16.15-16.45hs
9/26/2012
09.00-09.30hs
9/27/2012
The role of the microbiota in enteric diseases and allergies
Speaker:
Brett Finlay  (University of British Columbia)
Brett Finlay (University of British Columbia)
Dr. Brett Finlay
Canada
Professor
09.00-09.30hs
9/27/2012
09.30-10.00hs
9/27/2012
The ruminal microbiome and animal health
Speaker:
John Wallace (Rowett Institute of Nutrition and Health)
John Wallace (Rowett Institute of Nutrition and Health)
John Wallace
United Kingdom
Research
09.30-10.00hs
9/27/2012
10.00-10.30hs
9/27/2012
The ruminal virome
Speaker:
Bryan A. White (University of Illinois)
Bryan A. White (University of Illinois)
Brian White
United States
Director of Microbiome Projects, Division of Biomedical Sciences
10.00-10.30hs
9/27/2012
11.00-11.30hs
9/27/2012
The chicken intestinal microbiome as a target for improving productivity
Speaker:
Margie Lee (University of Georgia)
Margie Lee (University of Georgia)
Margie Lee
United States
Professor
11.00-11.30hs
9/27/2012
11.30-12.00hs
9/27/2012
Impact of age and intestinal microbiota on the expression of avian defensins in the chicken gut
Speaker:
Anne-Christine Lalmanach (INRA)
Anne-Christine Lalmanach (INRA)
Anne-Christine Lalmanach
France
Specialist
11.30-12.00hs
9/27/2012
14.00-14.30hs
9/27/2012
Looking outside the box: Present and future perspective for alternatives to antimicrobial growth promoters in livestock and poultry
Speaker:
David Bravo  (Pancosma)
David Bravo (Pancosma)
David Bravo
Switzerland
Chief Innovation Officer
14.00-14.30hs
9/27/2012
14.30-15.00hs
9/27/2012
Alternatives to antibiotics as growth promotants for dairy and beef cattle: Mechanisms of action and field performance
Speaker:
Sergio Calsamiglia Blancafort (University of Barcelona)
Sergio Calsamiglia Blancafort (University of Barcelona)
14.30-15.00hs
9/27/2012
15.00-15.30hs
9/27/2012
Intestinal Microbiota Associated with High Feed Conversion Efficiency in Chickens
Speaker:
Robert J. Moore Australian Animal Health Laboratory (CSIRO Livestock Industries)
Robert J. Moore Australian Animal Health Laboratory (CSIRO Livestock Industries)
Professor Robert Moore
Australia
Professor of Biotechnology
15.00-15.30hs
9/27/2012
16.15-16.35hs
9/27/2012
Cinnamaldehyde Enhances In Vitro Parameters of Immunity and Augments In Vivo Protection Against Avian Coccidiosis
Speaker:
Yeong Ho Hong  (University, Anseong)
Yeong Ho Hong (University, Anseong)
16.15-16.35hs
9/27/2012
16.35-16.55hs
9/27/2012
Effect of Dietary Protein and Protease Supplementation on Performance and Gut Health of Broiler Chicks
Speaker:
Pierre Buttin (Novus Europe)
Pierre Buttin (Novus Europe)
Pierre Buttin
France
Account Executive
16.35-16.55hs
9/27/2012
16.55-17.15hs
9/27/2012
Identification of Bile Salt Hydrolase Inhibitors, Promising Alternative to Antibiotic Growth Promoters
Speaker:
Jun Lin  (University of Tennessee)
Jun Lin (University of Tennessee)
Jun Lin
United States
16.55-17.15hs
9/27/2012
09.00-09.30hs
9/28/2012
FDA’s innovation initiative to evaluate novel emerging technologies and international cooperation in the area of innovation
Speaker:
Steve Vaughn (Office of New Animal Drug Evaluation, Center for Veterinary Medicine, FDA)
Steve Vaughn (Office of New Animal Drug Evaluation, Center for Veterinary Medicine, FDA)
Steven Vaughn
United States
Director
09.00-09.30hs
9/28/2012
09.30-10.00hs
9/28/2012
European approach to authorization of novel technologies with particular emphasis on alternatives to antibiotics
Speaker:
David MacKay (European Medicine Agency)
David MacKay (European Medicine Agency)
David K.J. Mackay
United Kingdom
Head of Veterinary Medicines and Product Data Management
09.30-10.00hs
9/28/2012
10.30-11.00hs
9/28/2012
National approach in China to authorization of alternatives to antibiotics
Speaker:
Huiyi Cai  (Institute of Feed Research, Chinese Academy of Agricultural Sciences)
Huiyi Cai (Institute of Feed Research, Chinese Academy of Agricultural Sciences)
Dr. CAI Huiyi
China
Director, Technology Transfer Center
10.30-11.00hs
9/28/2012
11.00-11.30hs
9/28/2012
Challenges of gaining regulatory approval in the different regions when moving new molecules from discovery to production
Speaker:
Marike Dussault (Pfizer Animal Health)
Marike Dussault (Pfizer Animal Health)
11.00-11.30hs
9/28/2012
11.30-12.00hs
9/28/2012
Seeking regulatory approval for a claim new to regulatory science – "This product reduces the use of antibiotics"
Speaker:
Octavi Panyella (Lohmann Animal Health GmbH)
Octavi Panyella (Lohmann Animal Health GmbH)
11.30-12.00hs
9/28/2012