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Invitation Join the forthcoming educational webinar session on January 22nd, 2014

Committed to improving infection management and production efficiency worldwide, Lohmann Animal Health has created the website ““ to promote knowledge and create awareness about an integrated approach in Salmonella prevention and control. Join the independent expert Prof. Richard Ducatelle for this one-hour online presentation as he discusses Salmonella infection and the importance of providing your flock with optimum protection.

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„An update on Salmonella prevention and control in poultry by vaccination, including emerging monophasic S. Typhimurium”. Wednesday, 22nd January, 2014. 13:00 hrs (GMT). Prof. Richard Ducatelle, Ghent University.

What you’ll learn: • Which Salmonella serovars are currently considered to be the most relevant emerging types. • Efficacy of the combined use of two monovalent vaccines in the prevention of egg contamination/ colonization. • Protection conferred by the Salmonella Typhimurium vaccine strain Nal 2/Rif 9/Rtt against the emerging monophasic S. enterica subsp. Enterica Serovar 1,4,[5],12:i:– • Protection conferred by the Salmonella Typhimurium vaccine strain Nal 2/Rif 9/Rtt against the Enteritidis field strain (Gantois et al, 2006).

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Prof. Richard Ducatelle Veterinarian, graduated from Ghent University in Belgium in 1978. PhD in veterinary pathology from Ghent University in 1983. Scientific advisor for the Belgian government from 1984 till 1989. Professor in veterinary pathology at Ghent University, Belgium, since 1989. Author or co-author of more than 800 scientific publications, of which more than 450 are listed in the web of science and more than 300 are in proceedings of international congresses. Invited speaker at more than 50 national and international congresses. Research is mainly on intestinal health and on interactions of zoonotic agents with the animal host reservoir, with a focus on poultry: necrotic enteritis, dysbiosis/dysbacteriosis, Salmonella. Mentor of more than 20 PhD theses in this field of research. You are receiving this document in order to invite you to participate in the upcoming educational webinar session. If you do not wish to receive mailings regarding webinars sponsored by Lohmann, please reply to this email or access the settings area on the website to terminate your user account. In order to ensure the receipt of future mailings, please add our domain to your list of safe senders. This message was sent to you by: Lohmann Animal Health. Free subscription:



Webinar en invitation prof ducatelle 22 of january