July 21 | 1-4 p.m. (CDT) | $0/$20
The NIAMRRE Quarterly Research Symposia Series (presented using Zoom) begins this July with a focus on the Integration of One Health in AMR. This virtual symposium will engage presenters, attendees, and panelists to create an informative and collaborative afternoon. Participants may choose to sign on at any time during the three-hour symposium. July is the first quarterly research symposia and this event will allow participants to educate themselves about the importance of the One Health framework and AMR, as well as collaborate with other participants who value finding a solution for this global health challenge. Lightning talks with a Q&A will be from 1-3 p.m., followed by a roundtable panel discussion about the past, present, and future of One Health. Member and state/federal government rate is $0 and non-member rate is $20.
- Develop an understanding of the research being conducted at academic member institutions with the Lightning Talks.
- Gain insight about One Health’s history and benefits through the Roundtable discussion One Health—Past, Present, Future.
- Collaborate with industry professionals, experts, researchers, and scientists at nonprofit organizations, research institutes, biotech and health industries, retailers, and higher education.
1-3 p.m.—Lightning Talks
With presentations from NIAMRRE member scientists representing North Carolina State University, UC Davis School Of Veterinary Medicine, the University of Nebraska-Lincoln, and the University of Iowa.
Join the panel discussion about One Health—Past, Present, and Future.
All times are Central Daylight Time.
Short-form, prerecorded videos from NIAMRRE scientists that cover a wide range of topics under the Integration of One Health in AMR theme. The presenters will be available during the symposium for a chat Q&A. Each lightning talk is 15-20 minutes
1-2 p.m. CDT
From Antibiotics to Vaccines, Raul Barletta—University of Nebraska-Lincoln
Survey of antimicrobial drug use and stewardship practices in adult cows on California dairies: Post-Senate Bill 27, Pius Ekong—UC Davis School Of Veterinary Medicine
Impacts of Food and Drug Administration (FDA) policies to combat antimicrobial drug resistance (AMR) in animal populations, Manuel Jara—North Carolina State University
2-3 p.m. CDT
The Tricycle Project: WHO Integrated Global Surveillance on ESBL Producing E. coli using “One Health” Approach, Shivaramu Keelara Veerappa—North Carolina State University
Spatial and Temporal Variability of Complex Pharmaceutical Mixtures and their Impacts in a Temperate-region Wastewater Effluent Dominated Stream, Gregory LeFevre—University of Iowa
Quantification of pathogens and antibiotic resistance genes in backyard and commercial composts, Yuqing Mao—University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign
From Antibiotics to Vaccines
Raul Barletta—University of Nebraska-Lincoln
Survey of antimicrobial drug use and stewardship practices in adult cows on California dairies: Post-Senate Bill 27
Pius Ekong—UC Davis School Of Veterinary Medicine
Impacts of Food and Drug Administration (FDA) policies to combat antimicrobial drug resistance (AMR) in animal populations
Manuel Jara—North Carolina State University
The Tricycle Project: WHO Integrated Global Surveillance on ESBL Producing E. coli using “One Health” Approach
Shivaramu Keelara Veerapp—North Carolina State University
Spatial and Temporal Variability of Complex Pharmaceutical Mixtures and their Impacts in a Temperate-region Wastewater Effluent Dominated Stream
Gregory LeFevre—University of Iowa
Quantification of pathogens and antibiotic resistance genes in backyard and commercial composts
Yuqing Mao—University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign
One Health—Past, Present, and Future
With a combined 100 years of One Health experience, the panelist will educate attendees on the One Health framework while offering in-depth information for those already familiar with AMR.
Bernadette Dunham, DVM, PhD—Milken Institute School of Public Health, George Washington University
Laura Kahn, MD, MPH—One Health Initiative
Lonnie King, DVM, MS, MPA, DACVPM—The Ohio State University, College of Veterinary Medicine
Claire B. Andreasen, DVM, PhD, Diplomate ACVP—Dr. Roger and Marilyn Mahr Professor in One Health, Iowa State University
Contact Erica Hellmich at firstname.lastname@example.org if you have questions about the symposium.
Code of Conduct
The following applies to virtual events, webinars, and meetings: participants, moderators, speakers, administrators, and panelists have a right to express themselves. However, participants are expected to treat each other with courtesy and respect. Offensive or inappropriate language is not to be used in any form of communication. Participants are allowed to present opposing arguments or disagree or be critical, but must do so in a civil manner.
Registration Payment Process and Cancellation Policy
Registration is only offered online for the virtual 2021 Summer Symposium and your ticket will be secured when payment is processed. Returning users may sign in to their account and new users will be able to create an account before selecting their tickets. Within 3 business days, you will be receiving an email from Zoom with the login information. Save the Zoom-generated email or use the link within the email to add the Zoom webinar to your calendar. No refunds, changes to registration, or cancellations are accepted. NIAMRRE reserves the right to cancel or reschedule the virtual 2021 Summer Symposium due to unforeseen circumstances and will refund paying registrants if the event is rescheduled and the paying registrant is unable to attend the rescheduled symposium.
Note: The payment will appear on your credit card statement as a charge from “ISU CPM.”
The virtual 2021 Summer Symposium will be recorded and shared with NIAMRRE’s scientist-based online community, Exchange. By participating in the 2021 Summer Symposium, you agree to be recorded.