Registration is open for an upcoming meeting, sponsored by Elanco and taking place at the New York Academy of Sciences, that will address the drivers of antimicrobial resistance in food animals and what we can do to mitigate it. Sign up now: www.nyas.org/AMR
Here are the conference details below:
WHEN: September 28, 2018, 8:30 AM – 6:00 PM EDT, New York, NY
WHERE: The New York Academy of Sciences in New York City
DESCRIPTION: Antimicrobial resistance is a major public health concern that has prompted a movement to reduce the use of medically important antibiotics in food animal production. This daylong symposium will discuss the drivers that lead to antimicrobial resistance from animal food production, the primary pathways of pathogen transmission, the drive to prioritize the use of non-medically important antibiotics and an array of strategies to mitigate antimicrobial resistance.
SPEAKERS: Benjamin Chapman, PhD, NC State University; Jason Gill, PhD, Texas A&M University; Karin Hoelzer, DVM, PhD, The Pew Charitable Trusts; Tim Johnson, PhD, University of Minnesota; Laura Kahn, MD, MPH, MPP, Princeton University; Guy Loneragan, BVSc, PhD, Texas Tech University; Paul Morley, DVM, PhD, DACVIM, Colorado State University; Amy Pruden, PhD, Virginia Tech University; Donald Ritter, DVM, ACPV, Mountaire Farms, Inc.; Matthew Salois, PhD, American Veterinary Medical Association; Shabbir Simjee, PhD, Elanco Animal Health; Sara Steinlage, DVM, Elanco Animal Health; Jennifer Wishnie, DVM, MSc, MPH, DACVPM, Cal Poly University
REGISTER: https://www.nyas.org/AMR. Webinar also available. (Members of the New York Academy of Sciences attend for free. https://www.nyas.org/become-a-member/).
Dr. Pruden has been asked to be a speaker at the New York Academy of Sciences event focused on Minimizing the Risk of Antimicrobial Resistance from Food Animal Production!
More info on the event & registration here: https://www.nyas.org/AMR