Consortium for Anthelmintic Resistance and Susceptibility Meeting (CARS) Announcement


Venue:
Virtual Zoom event

Date: Sunday, 18 July 2021

Time: 12:00 – 17:00 (Irish summertime (GMT+1)

The CARS group aims to facilitate interactions amongst researchers interested in anthelmintic resistance. The primary goal of CARS is to develop molecular markers for the detection and monitoring of anthelmintic resistance in helminth parasites of livestock, companion animals and humans and advance our understanding of the mechanisms of drug resistance and drug action in parasites.

As usual the CARS meeting will be held on the Sunday immediately prior to the WAAVP 2021 meeting, but this time as a virtual event.

The program is divided into two session (i) Benefits of the genome/omic technologies and (ii) Managing multi drug resistance in practice followed by two breakout sessions to further discuss these topics.

Proposed programme

12:00-15:15Webinar
12.00-13.30Benefits of the genome/omic technologies
Plenary30 min followed by 4 short talks – 10 min
Panel discussionAll speakers – 20 minutes
13.45-15.15Managing MDR in practice
Plenary30 min followed by 4 short talks – 10 min
Panel discussionall speakers – 20 minutes
15.30 – 16.30Breakout Sessions
(i)Benefits of the genome/omic technologies
(ii)Managing multi drug resistance in practice
16.30 – 17.00Report from Breakout Sessions

Call for abstracts

Call for abstracts is now open for the submission of abstracts addressing one of the topics of the meeting. Abstracts should be a maximum of 300 words and submitted to CARSDublin2021@gmail.com

Deadline for abstracts: 31 May 2021.

Registration

You need to register for the main Webinar as well as for one of the breakout sessions.

This is a free event.

Register now for the webinar

Register here for one of the breakout sessions


The organising committee:

Orla Keane, Animal & Grassland Research and Innovation Centre, Teagasc, Ireland

Theo de Waal, School of Veterinary Medicine, University College Dublin, Ireland

Email: CARSDublin2021@gmail.com

Consortium for Anthelmintic Resistance and Susceptibility Meeting (CARS) Announcement


Venue:
Virtual Zoom event

Date: Sunday, 18 July 2021

Time: 12:00 – 17:00 (Irish summertime (GMT+1)

The CARS group aims to facilitate interactions amongst researchers interested in anthelmintic resistance. The primary goal of CARS is to develop molecular markers for the detection and monitoring of anthelmintic resistance in helminth parasites of livestock, companion animals and humans and advance our understanding of the mechanisms of drug resistance and drug action in parasites.

As usual the CARS meeting will be held on the Sunday immediately prior to the WAAVP 2021 meeting, but this time as a virtual event.

The program is divided into two session (i) Benefits of the genome/omic technologies and (ii) Managing multi drug resistance in practice followed by two breakout sessions to further discuss these topics.

Proposed programme

12:00-15:15 – Webinar

12.00-13.30 – Benefits of the genome/omic technologies

Plenary – 30 min followed by 4 short talks – 10 min

Panel discussion – all speakers – 20 minutes

13.45-15.15 – Managing MDR in practice

Plenary – 30 min followed by 4 short talks – 10 min

Panel discussion – all speakers – 20 minutes


15.30 – 16.30 Breakout sessions

(i) Benefits of the genome/omic technologies

(ii) Managing multi drug resistance in practice

16.30 – 17.00 Report from breakout sessions

Call for abstracts

Call for abstracts is now open for the submission of abstracts addressing one of the topics of the meeting. Abstracts should be a maximum of 300 words and submitted to CARSDublin2021@gmail.com

Deadline for abstracts: 31 May 2021.

Registration

You need to register for the main Webinar as well as for one of the breakout sessions.

This is a free event.

Register now for the webinar

Register here for one of the breakout sessions


The organising committee:

Orla Keane, Animal & Grassland Research and Innovation Centre, Teagasc, Ireland

Theo de Waal, School of Veterinary Medicine, University College Dublin, Ireland

Email: CARSDublin2021@gmail.com