5th International Congress on Pathogens at the Human-Animal Interface - ICOPHAI 2019

September 24-26, 2019. Québec City, Canada. Save the dates!

5th International Congress on Pathogens at the Human-Animal Interface - ICOPHAI 2019

Register and attend to: • Enhance scientific knowledge • Network with scientists and policy-makers from around the world • Help sponsor students and scientists from developing countries.

5th International Congress on Pathogens at the Human-Animal Interface - ICOPHAI 2019

User registration and on-line abstract submission will open soon!

5th International Congress on Pathogens at the Human-Animal Interface - ICOPHAI 2019

New challenges of applying one health approach in a changing environment.

       

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  1. Save the dates! September 24-26, 2019 Québec City, Canada.

    Mar 21 2019 - 12:00am

    ICOPHAI 2019: 5th International Congress on Pathogens at the Human-Animal Interface. New challenges of applying one health approach in a changing environment. Register and attend to: • Enhance scientific knowledge • Network with scientists and policy-makers from around the world • Help sponsor students and scientists from developing countries. IMPORTANT DATES: USER REGISTRATION AND ON-LINE ABSTRACT SUBMISSION WILL OPEN SOON!
  2. ICOPHAI 2017 Photos

    Dec 28 2017 - 9:07am

    Photos from the 4th ICOPHAI in Doha, Qatar will be coming soon. Thank you again to our hosts, sponsors, participants and speakers who helped to make this event a success. 
  3. A Message of Thanks to Participants in the ICOPHAI 2017 Congress

    Nov 9 2017 - 6:25pm

    The 2017 ICOPHAI Organizing Committee thanks all who contributed to making the 4th Congress a great success. The primary goals of this Congress were to stimulate interactions between scientists from various geographic regions and disciplines working in the areas of health, agriculture and environment; Exchange scientific information on infectious disease risk factors, antimicrobial resistant issues, current technological advances in diagnosis, vaccine development, as well as the limitations and gaps in knowledge on pathogens at the animal-human-environment-plant interface.