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One Health Inter-Regional European Conference
General presentation of the conference

Organising this One Health Inter-Regional European Conference comes as a natural consequence of the momentum that the One Health concept has gathered for the last couple of years. Romania is truly honoured to be part of the One Health movement and firmly believes that due to its half of century experience in comparative medicine and not only, will have a positive impact on the One Health trajectory.

We invite all professions linked to One Health to attend this Conference, because One Health is best defined with the phrase “It’s all connected!”

The conference will be organised under the auspices of the Federation of European Academies of Medicine (FEAM) by close collaboration of the Romanian Academy of Medical Sciences and the One Health New Medical Concept Association in Romania.

We would also like to thank the One Health clusters that have shown their good will and support and have aided us in our activities so far:

onehealthplatform
onehealthcommission
onehealthinitiative
Dates, Venue and Accommodation
Date
  • 22nd – 23rd – 24th of September, 2016
Location
Accommodation
  • Hotel recommendations:

Hotel Ramada Parc 

3-5 Poligrafiei Ave, 1st District, Bucharest, Romania 013704

Email: reservations@ramadabucharestparc.ro

Reservations: +40 021 549 23 00

Phone: +4 021 549 20 00

Fax: +4 021 315 20 00

hotel_ibis

Hotel Ibis– within 10 minutes walking distance from the Conference centre.

Coordonate GSP: >N +44° 25′ 47.05″ E +26° 4′ 55.66″

Str. Izvor, No. 82-84, sector 5, Bucharest

Email: reservations.parlament@ibishotels.ro

Reservations: +4 021 401 10 11

 Phone:  +4 021 401 10 00

 Fax:  +4 021 402 28 98

Fees, Deadlines and Papers Submission
Fees
  • Registration before the 15th of April 2016

Seniors

150
150
  • Registration before the 15th of April 2016

Students

100
100
  • Registration before the 15th of April 2016
  • Registration after the 15th of April 2016

Seniors

250
250
  • Registration after the 15th of April 2016

Students

150
150
  • Registration after the 15th of April 2016
Deadlines and paper submission

Abstract submission deadline: 15th of June 2016. Following this date, no abstract will be received for evaluation by the scientific committee.

Full paper submission deadline: 15th of July 2016. Following this date, no abstract will be received for evaluation by the scientific committee.

Following the approval or refusal of your abstract by the scientific committee, you will receive an e-mail stating the course of action that should be taken.

Please comply with the following instructions for authors:

  • Papers will be written in English, with a strong recommendation for an even number of pages.
  • Page setup: A4 (210 x 297), Margins Top 2 cm, Bottom 2 cm, Right 2 cm, Left 2 cm, Header and Footer 1.5 cm, Gutter 0 cm, Gutter position: Left.
  • Paper Title: edited in capitals, TNR 14, bold, alignment centered. The title should describe the article’s content clearly and precisely. The title should not exceed 50 words on maximum 3 rows.
  • Authors: one space row down from the paper title, edited in TNR 12, bold, alignment centered, as follows: first name in small letters followed by the author’s name in capitals. If there are more authors than one and belonging to various institutions, they have to be marked by 1, 2, 3 etc. superscript for identifying the institutions they belong to (if all authors belong to one institution, they will be not marked). Please, do not mention academic title, scientific position etc.
  • Institution: one space row down from the authors’ name, edited in TNR 12. The institutions will be marked by 1, 2, 3 etc. superscript, as mentioned before for authors. The institution name will be typed in small letters, alignment centered, followed by address: number, street, zip code, locality, country, phone, fax, email address belonging to each author (without hyperlinks).
  • Corresponding author email: Please, mention the Corresponding author email, at one space row down from the name of institutions, edited in TNR 12, small letters, alignment centered and then two points, followed by the email address of the contact person, which will be edited in small letters and regular style (not in bold, not in italic and without hyperlinks).
  • Abstract: one space row down from the name of corresponding author, edited in TNR 10, as follows: Abstract, in bold and italic characters, alignment left.
  • The text will be typed at one space row down from the name Abstract, edited in TNR 10, in italic characters, alignment justified, no indentation (the row starts right from the left margin) and maximum 20 rows.
  • Abstract will concisely summarize the content of the paper and will clearly tell the reader what information (s)he can expect to find in the paper. It will provide a brief introduction to the problem, a statement regarding the methodology and a brief summary of results. It is advisable not to include references to figures or tables, or citation of the reference in the abstract. Generally, the abstract will end with a comment on the significance of the results or a brief conclusion.
  • Key words: one space row down from the abstract text, edited in TNR 10, as follows: Key words: edited in bold and italic characters, next two points and then maximum 5 representative words in alphabetical order in italics, no bold, alignment left, and dot at the end.
  • Subchapters:

INTRODUCTION, MATERIALS AND METHODS, RESULTS AND DISCUSSIONS, CONCLUSIONS, AKNOWLEDGEMENTS AND REFERENCES will be edited in TNR 12, bold, alignment left, at one space row down from the text.

  • All texts and indications included in the graphics (e.g. Legend) must be written in English.
  • Figures must have the proper resolution, contrast and sharpness in order to be readable in the printed version.

*Posters will have to respect the format laid down for the abstract and be no larger than 140cmx100cm.

Conference Program
Thursday, 22nd of September, 2016

0830 –0930   – Registration of participants

0930 –1030   – Official opening of the conference – Plenary speeches

1030 –1100   – Coffee break

Session I

Hall I – Environmental Medicine

1100 – 1400

  • Key speeches will receive 20 minutes of presentation time
  • Speeches will receive 10 minutes of presentation time

Hall II – Antimicrobial Resistance

1100 – 1400

  • Key speeches will receive 20 minutes of presentation time
  • Speeches will receive 10 minutes of presentation time

1400 –1500   – Lunch

Session II

Hall I – Environmental Medicine

1500 – 1800

  • Key speeches will receive 20 minutes of presentation time
  • Speeches will receive 10 minutes of presentation time

Hall II – Antimicrobial Resistance

1500 – 1800

  • Key speeches will receive 20 minutes of presentation time
  • Speeches will receive 10 minutes of presentation time

1800 –1900  – Discussions and Conclusions. Closing session of the conference

2000   – Dinner 

  • The Poster exhibition will be open permanently for visitation and will be analyzed during the Discussions and Conclusions section
Friday, 23rd of September, 2016
Session I

Hall I – Comparative Medicine and Zoonoses

0900 – 1400

  • Key speeches will receive 20 minutes of presentation time
  • Speeches will receive 10 minutes of presentation time

Hall II – Food and Nutrition Medicine

0900 – 1400

  • Key speeches will receive 20 minutes of presentation time
  • Speeches will receive 10 minutes of presentation time

1400 –1500   – Lunch

Session II

Hall I – Comparative Medicine and Zoonoses

1500 – 1700

  • Key speeches will receive 20 minutes of presentation time
  • Speeches will receive 10 minutes of presentation time

Hall II – Food and Nutrition Medicine

1500 – 1700

  • Key speeches will receive 20 minutes of presentation time .
  • Speeches will receive 10 minutes of presentation time.

1700 –1800   – Discussions and Conclusions

1900   – Dinner

  • The Poster exhibition will be open permanently for visitation and will be analyzed during the Discussions and Conclusions section
Saturday, 24rd of September, 2016

0830   – Departure for Bran on the Bucharest – Pitesti – Dragoslavele – Bran course. Visiting the Bran “Dracula’s Castle”. Continuing the course until Poiana Brasov

1430   – Lunch

1700   – Departure for Bucharest

2030   – Dinner

*The price for the trip is not included in the Conference tax. It will be later on communicated and depends on the number of people that are interested in participating

Organizing committee
Honorary Presidents

Prof.Bernard Charpentier, PhD, MD– France

  • President of Federation of European Academies of Medicine (FEAM)
  • Member of French Academy of Medicine

Prof.  André-Laurent Parodi, PhD, DVM – France

  • Honorary President of the National Academy of Medicine (France)
  • Honorary Director of the National Veterinary School of Alfort
Executive Presidents

Prof. Nicolae MANOLESCU, PhD, DVM

  • Corresponding member of Romanian Academy
  • Corresponding member of French Academy of Medicine
  • President of the “One Health – New Medical Concept” Association in Romania

Prof. Irinel POPESCU, PhD, MD

  • Corresponding member of Romanian Academy
  • Corresponding member of French Academy of Medicine
  • “Fundeni” Institute ofLiver Transplantology- Director
  • Co-President of the “One Health – New Medical Concept” Association-Romania

Eng. Prof. Gheorghe SIN, PhD

  • President of Agricultural and Forestry Sciences
  • Corresponding member of Romanian Academy
General Secretary

Prof.Emanoil CEAUŞU, PhD, MD

  • Department chief of „Victor Babes” Hospital for Infectious and Tropical Diseases, Bucharest

Prof. Mircea IFRIM, PhD, MD

  • Secretary General – Romanian Academy of Medical Sciences
Members

Assoc. Prof. Răzvan TEODORESCU, PhD, DVM

Prof. Ioan GROZA, PhD, DVM

Prof. Dorel SăNDESC, PhD, MD

Vasile CEPOI, PhD, MD

Eng. Virgil NADOLU

Prof. Nicolae SUCIU, PhD, MD

Prof. Nicolae STRAJA, PhD, MD

Prof. Tulio FLORIO, PhD, MD

Eng. Francisc TOBă, PhD

Eng. Prof. Petre ALEXE, PhD

Lux HOLGER, PhD, MD

Prof. Vasile COZMA, PhD, DVM

Eng. Cristian MLADIN

Romulus BEGNESCU, PhD, DVM

Eng.Marieta PANAIT, PhD

Eng. Constantin CHIURCIU, PhD

Prof. AlecsandruIoan BABA, PhD, DVM

Prof. Dorin SARAFOLEANU, PhD, MD

Scientific committee
Presidents

Prof. Bernard Charpentier, PhD, MD – France

  • President of Federation of European Academies of Medicine (FEAM)
  • Member of French Academy of Medicine

Prof.  André-Laurent Parodi, PhD, DVM – France

  • Honorary President of the National Academy of Medicine (France)
  • Honorary Director of the National Veterinary School of Alfort
Vice-Presidents

Acad. Prof. A.T. Bogdan, PhD, DVM

  • Corresponding member of the Romanian Academy
  • Director of „Academician David Davidescu” Biodiversity Centre of the Romanian Academy

Prof. Angelo Ferrari, PhD, DVM

  • Director – S.C. Genoa-Savona, Liguria Coordination with attached Reference Centre for Veterinary and Comparative Oncology (Cerovec)
  • Zooprofilactic Institute of Piedmont, Liguria and Valle d’Aosta

Prof. Greg Gray, PhD, MD

  • Professor, Division of Infectious Diseases, Global Health Institute, & Nicholas School of the Environment, Duke University
  • Professor, Program in Emerging Infectious Diseases – Duke-NUS Graduate Medical School Singapore
  • Professor, Global Health, No. 8 Duke Avenue, Kunshan, Jiangsu, China
Secretaries

Assoc. Prof. Nastasia BELC, PhD

  • Managing Director – Institute of Research and Development for Food Bioresources, Bucharest

Dorina Bogdan, PhD, DVM

  • Consultant – University of Agronomical Sciences and Veterinary Medicine, Bucharest, Romania
Members

Assoc. Prof. Emilia BALINT, PhD, DVM

  • Second degree research scientist
  • Director of the Comparative Oncology Department whitin the „One Health – New Medical Concept” Association in Romania

Prof. Alexandru CIUREA, PhD, MD

  • Scientific Director, Head of Neurosurgery Department – SANADOR Hospital

Eng. Prof. Fănel IACOBESCU, PhD

  • President – Romanian Accreditation Association RENAR

Prof. Ruxandra IONESCU, PhD, MD

  • Prorector -”Carol Davila” University of Medicine and Pharmacy, Bucharest

Prof. Constantin IONESCU Târgovişte, PhD, MD

  • Corresponding member of Romanian Academy
  • Director of “N.C. Paulescu” Diabetology Centre

Prof. Alexandru IRIMIE, PhD, MD

  • Rector of University of Medicine and Pharmacy Cluj-Napoca

Eng. Ioan JELEV, PhD

  • Former Secretary General – Romanian Academy of Agriculture and Forestry Sciences

Prof. Fausto QUINTAVALLA, PhD, DVM

  • of Università degli studi di Parma

Prof. Gabriel PREDOI, PhD, DVM

  • Dean of the Faculty of Veterinary Medicine – Bucharest, Romania

Prof. Giacomo Rossi, PhD, DVM

  • Professor of General Pathology, Physiopathology and Immunopathology – School of Biosciences & Veterinary Medicine, University of Camerino

Prof. George STOICA, PhD, DVM

  • Professor-Veterinary Pathobiology, College of Veterinary Medicine and Biomedical Sciences -Texas A&M University

Acad. Nicolae ZAMFIR

  • Director of the Măgurele National Institute for Laser, Plasma and Radiation
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Universitatea “Ovidius” – Constanta
Ministerul Mediului, Apelor si Padurilor
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Academia de Stiinte Agricole si Silvice
Academia de Stiinte Medicale
Academia Romana prin Centrul de Biodiversitate “Acad. David Davidescu”
Universitatea de Stiinte Agronomice si Medicina Veterinara Iasi
Univeristatea Dunarea de Jos
Institutul Oncologic Bucuresti
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