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19 September 2018 (Wednesday)


Plenary Session II

One Health: Antimicrobial Use in Humans and Animals

1. Dissemination of Antimicrobial Resistance in the Food Chain: The Role of the Environment
Dr. Amy Pruden, Virginia Tech University, US

2. Antimicrobial Resistance: An Ethical Challenge
Dr. Jasper Littmann, University of Kiel, Germany


Poster Session & Coffee

I. Animal Health

Simulation of biofilm development in dairy cattle troughs for the development of strategies to prevent the spread of infectious bacteria in the environment
Jason Jeremia Hayer, Céline Heinemann, Simone Magdalene Schmid, Benedikt Georg Schulze Dieckhoff, Sydney Stewart, Brigitte Petersen, Julia Steinhoff-Wagner

Monitoring of the cleanliness in livestock stables and training of the staff can interrupt infection chains of pathogenic and the spread of antibiotic resistant bacteria
Céline Heinemann, Jason Jeremia Hayer, Simone Magdalene Schmid, Benedikt Georg Schulze Dieckhoff, Isabell Meyer, Brigitte Petersen, Julia Steinhoff-Wagner

Evaluation of measures to reduce β-lactam residues and bacterial load in waste milk for feeding
Jason Jeremia Hayer, Christian Bode, Benedikt Georg Schulze Dieckhoff, Céline Heinemann, Julia Steinhoff-Wagner

Strength and weaknesses of the “therapeutic frequency” to minimize antibiotic consumption in German farm animal production
Julia Steinhoff-Wagner, Christine Weingarten, Franziska Theresa Bögel, Céline Heinemann, Simone Magdalene Schmid, Jason Jeremia Hayer, Brigitte Petersen

Effects of waste milk intake on large intestinal microbiome of newborn farm animals
Julia Steinhoff-Wagner, Edwina Heuschen, Jessica Thiele, Benedikt Georg Schulze Dieckhoff, Céline Heinemann, Sydney Stewart 

Zinc and Copper attenuates transfer of antimicrobial resistance genes
Ingun Lund Witso, May-Linn Buberg, Trine L`Abee-Lund, Yngvild Wasteson

II. Bacterial contamination and antibiotic resistance in the environment

Wastewater is a reservoir for clinically relevant carbapenemase and 16S rRNA methylase producing Enterobacteriaceae
Magdalena Nüesch-Inderbinen, Katrin Zurfluh, Claudia Bagutti, Peter Brodmann, Monica Alt, Jürg Schulze, Séamus Fanning, Roger Stephan

Detection of pathogens and microbiological toxins in water, food and feed using immunomagnetic nanoprobes
Florian Schröper, Christian Neuendorf, Julia Heesel, Greta Nölke, Stefan Achtsnicht, Hans-Joachim Krause

Occurrence of antibiotic resistant bacteria and resistance genes in ground and surface water 
Claudia Stange, Andreas Tiehm

Presence of clinically relevant extensively drug resistant bacteria in German wastewater and surface waters
Mike Gajdiss, Esther Sib, Heike Müller, Ursula Klanke, Franziska Lenz-Plet, Vanessa Barabasch, Cathrin Albert, Anna Schallenberg, Christian Timm, Nicole Zacharias, Ricarda Schmithausen, Steffen Engelhart, Martin Exner, Marijo Parčina, Christiane Schreiber, Gabriele Bierbaum

Determination of minimal selective concentrations for antibiotics and heavy metals in wastewater
Dominik Schuster, Patrick Ciorba, Gabriele Bierbaum

German Australian Joint Lab on Health Related Water Microbiology
Claudia Stange, Jatinder Sidhu, Simon Toze, Andreas Tiehm


Parallel Session IV

IV.A. The HyReKA project: Dissemination of antibiotic resistant bacteria in the aquatic environment and strategies designed for their removal

Chair: Gabriele Bierbaum
Discussant: Martin Exner

Welcoming Address
TBD (Federal Ministry of Education and Research)

Occurrence and Dissemination of antibiotic resistant bacteria in the aquatic environment by clinical and municipal wastewater
Christiane Schreiber, Christian Timm, Nicole Zacharias, Heike Müller, Thomas Kistemann, Claudia Stange, Andreas Thiem, Esther Sib, Ricarda Maria Schmithausen, Martin Exner Marijo Parčina, Gabriele Bierbaum

Antibiotic-resistant pathogens in wastewater inside poultry slaughterhouses and their fate in in-house wastewater treatment plants
Mykhailo Savin, Céline Heinemann, Gabriele Bierbaum, Sophia Dohlen, Marijo Parcina, Esther Sib, Judith Kreyenschmidt

Evaluation of advanced wastewater processes to eliminate opportunistic pathogens and antibiotic resistant bacteria
Norman Hembach, Johannes Alexander, Arne Wieland, Georg Hiller, Thomas Schwartz

IV.B. Antibiotic-free meat: (im-)possibilities from a supply chain point of view

Chair: Helmut Willem Saatkamp
Discussant: Johannes Simons

Antibiotic use: the farm economic perspective
Jamal Roskam

Antibiotics: perspective and demands from consumers
Johannes Simons

Reduction of antibiotic use: the viewpoint from slaughterhouses and retail
Derk Oorburg 




Key Note

Health Literacy

Dr. Eckart von Hirschhausen


Refreshment Break


Panel Discussion

One Health and Food Safety: Necessity and Challenges of Interdisciplinary Research

Dr. Eckart von Hirschhausen

Panel Members:
Prof. Dr. Wulf Amelung, University of Bonn, Germany
Prof. Dr. Martin Exner, University of Bonn University Hospital, Germany
Prof. Dr. Ellen Goddard, Univerysity of Alberta, Canada
Dr. Delia Grace, International Livestock Research Institute, Kenia


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