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Deuxième Consultation Scientifique sur L’influenza et Autres Maladies Zoonotiques Émergentes à l'interface Humain-Animal


Verona, Italie, 27-29 avril 2010
From 27 to 29 April 2010 a group of experts and scientists from around the globe gathered in Verona, Italy to participate in the "Second FAO-OIE-WHO Joint Scientific Consultation on Influenza and Other Emerging Zoonotic Diseases at the Human-Animal Interface," hosted by the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO), the World Organisation for Animal Health (OIE), and the World Health Organization (WHO), with support from IZSVe.

PROCEEDINGS: Influenza and other emerging zoonotic diseases at the human-animal interface


MEETING OBJECTIVES/METHODS OF WORK

Jan Slingenbergh
Focus on importance of the interface and practical significance of this consultation’s work

Kate Glynn
Past Experiences - New Paradigms for Future Threats

Alejandro Thiermann
Transitions from Verona I



CHARACTERISTICS OF EMERGING "HIGH PUBLIC HEALTH IMPACT" INFLUENZAS

Ilaria Capua
What have we learned from H5N1?

Ruben Donis
Lessons Learned from the 2009 H1N1 Influenza Pandemic

Juergen Richt
Other Influenzas of Concern

Liz Mumford
The Influenza Gene Pool Concept

Ron Fouchier and David Swayne
Virological characteristics of public health concern (what are we worried about)

Richard Webby
Viral factors involved in reassortment and mutation

Vincent Martin
Non virological factors that could influence influenza emergence



USING SPECIFIC VIRAL DISEASE SCENARIOS TO EXAMINE DISEASE EMERGENCE GENERALLY

Hervé Zeller
West Nile fever

Onder Ergonul
Crimean-Congo Hemorrhagic Fever

John Mackenzie
Henipaviruses

Pierre Rollin
Ebola and marburg viruses human-animal interfaces

Heikki Henttonen
Basics on hanta viruses

Martine Peeters
Animal origin agents that have emerged into "high public health impact" zoonoses: HIV/SIV

Linfa Wang
SARS

CONCLUSIONS

Giuseppe Ippolito
Final remarks