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 2020 Annual Veterinary Diagnostic Conference (AVDC) - China Call for Abstracts 

Last Conference Agenda

June 2

Registration, poster and exhibition set up

June 3


8:30 -10:30am

Opening

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Welcome and introduction (10 min)

Key note:  The Role of Veterinary Diagnostics in Animal and Public Health, Jianzhong Shen, Dean, College of Veterinary Medicine, China Agricultural University  (30 min)

 

Guest speaker remarks, 10 minutes each:

Co-Chair: Rich French, Head of Operations, Boehringer Ingelheim Health management Center and Frank Liu, Director of China Program, University of Minnesota College of Veterinary Medicine

1. Juan LuBroth, Chief Veterinary Officer, FAO  

2. Shengpeng Xin, Chinese Veterinary Medicine Association (CVMA)

3. Keith Bailey, President, American Association of Veterinary Laboratory Diagnosticians (AAVLD)  

4. The Relationship Between the Diagnosis and Laboratory Detection of Animal Infectious Diseases, Ping Jiang, Dean, Nanjing Agricultural University

5. Shanlin Bai, Senior Vice Chairman, CP Group China

6. Strategic Partner CEO, Shiji Yuanheng

7. Strategic Partner CEO, Idexx

10:10am

Break

10:30am

Panel Discussions (all panelists from morning forum)

Noon

Lunch

1:30pm–4:30pm

Breakout Sessions ( 4 speakers each session, 30 minutes each talk, simultaneous translation)


Veterinary Diagnostics and Animal Health

Co-Chair: Qigai He and Jianqiang  Zhang

Food Safety and Security

Co-Chair: Congming Wu and Joy Scaria

Accreditation and Assessment of Veterinary Diagnostic Laboratories 

Co-Chair: Jerry Saliki and Zouran Lan

Third Party Diagnostic Service 

Co-Chair: Jiang Ping and Frank Liu

1:30pm-2:30pm

(2 speakers)

 

2:30pm-2:45pm  Q&A

 

2:45pm-3:15pm

Break

 

3:15-4:15pm
(2 speakers)

 

 

 

 

1. Diagnostic  service for disease monitoring and surveillance, Keith Bailey, Oklahoma State University,  

2. Thoughts on scientifically developing biosecurity system for intensive pig production,  Shengpeng Xin, Chinese Veterinary Medicine Association

3. Quality control of veterinary biologics in China, Qizu Zhao, Chinese Institute of Veterinary Drug Control

4. Sample collection and laboratory testing methods for swine pathogens, Jianqiang Zhang, Iowa State University

1. Feed quality and safety in China, Peilong Wang, Institute of Quality Standards
and Testing Technology for Agro-products, Chinese Academy of Agricultural Sciences

2. Pet food quality control in China,  Liwen Wang, Chinese Feed Industry Association

3. Anti-drug resistance, Congming Wu, China Agricultural University

4. The FDA GenomeTrakr Network: A program for food safety monitoring, Joy Scaria, South Dakota State University

 

1. Importance of laboratory accreditation and quality management, Zouran Lan , Shangdong Province Animal CDC

2. AAVLD requirements for an accredited veterinary medical laboratory, a North American standard, David Korcal, Michigan State University

3. Laboratory accreditation to the ISO/IEC 17025 standard, David Korcal, Michigan State University 

4. Application of FAO LMT in laboratory assessment by the CP GroupFilip ClaesFAO

 

1. Predict the unpredictable, Frank Liu, University of Minnesota

2. 3rd-party laboratory and disease diagnostics for pets, Yanyun Huang, Prairie Diagnostic Services Inc

3. Diagnostic Cases:  The importance of linkages between the veterinarians, third party diagnostic laboratories and research for finding solutions to animal diseases, Jane Christopher-Hennings, South Dakota State University

4. The role of diagnostic assays in
veterinary vaccine development and monitoring, Jishu Shi, Kansan State University

4:30-5:15pm

Sponsor Satellite Conferences – Shiji Yuanheng

5:15 – 6:00pm

Sponsor Satellite Conferences – IDEXX

6:30-8:00pm

Dinner

June 4


9:00- noon

Mini-symposium ( 3 speakers each session, 45 minutes each talk, simultaneous translation)


Diagnostic Laboratory Management,  Co-Chair: Jane Christopher-Hennings and Junwei Wang

New Diagnostic  Technologies

Co-Chair: Jishu Shi and Changchun Tu

LIMS (industry –supported)

Fast Diagnostic Technologies and Tools (industry –supported)

9:00-10:30

(2 speakers )

 

10:30-11:00

Break

 

11:00-11:45

(1 speakers)

 

11:45-noon Q&A

Laboratory set-up and management – focus on lab safety, Junwei Wang, China Animal Health and Epidemiology Center

Quality management systems in the veterinary diagnostic laboratory, David Korcal, Michigan State University

Diagnostic lab workforce development, Jane Christopher-Hennings, South Dakota State University

1. Applications of next generation sequencing technology in a veterinary diagnostic laboratory, Ganwu Li, Iowa State University

2. Timely detection of swine emerging viral disease using high through-put Nanopore sequencing, Changchun Tu, Institute of Military Veterinary Medicine

3. Multiplex PCR, Luminex, and Point-of-Care platforms in veterinary diagnostic services, Jianfa Bai, Kansas State University

1. Thailand SMART iLab system, Khomsan Panpagdee, CP Kunming Animal Health Diagnostic Center

2. VetView, Shauna Corsaro, University of Georgia

3. Big data usages, Joy Scaria, South Dakota State University

1. Cutting Edge Technology: Direct field testing using a portable instrument without nucleic acid extraction, Johnny Callahan, Tetracore, Inc.

2. Carry your lab in-your-pocket – qPCR results whenever needed, Indical Bioscience GmbH

3. To be invited

noon

Lunch

1:30 – 4:00pm

Breakout Sessions ( 4 speakers each session, 30 minutes each, simultaneous translation, Total 16 speakers)


Molecular Diagnostics 

Co-Chair: Jianqiang Zhang and Ting Lei

Microbiology

Chair: Wenxue Wu

 

Virology/serology

Chair: Jerry Saliki

Diagnostic  Pathology

Co-Chair: Rich French and Xiangmei  Zhou

1:30-3:30pm

 

(4 speakers)

 

3:30-4:00pm break

 

 

Sample processing and nucleic acid extraction,  Justin Liao, Thermo Fisher

Real-time PCR and result interpretation,  Justin Liao, Thermo Fisher

Operation model of real-time PCR in a high throughput veterinary diagnostic laboratory, Jianqiang Zhang, Iowa State University

Sequencing and application, Jianfa Bai, Kansan State University

Diagnosis and monitoring of bovine tuberculosis and brucellosis, Weixing Fang, China Animal Health and Epidemiology Center

Rapid Detection of Bacterial Pathogens and Antimicrobial Susceptibility Testing in Veterinary Diagnostic Submissions, Eric Burrough, Iowa State University

Rapid detection of antimicrobial resistance genes in clinical isolates using Oxford MinION Nanopore sequencing, Joy Scaria, South Dakota State University

TBD

Short-term storage of cell cultures in refrigeration temperatures Jerry Saliki, University of Georgia

Overview of ASF epidemiology, David Williams, CSIRO Australian Animal Health Laboratory

ASF diagnostics: serological techniques, David Williams, CSIRO Australian Animal Health Laboratory

ASF diagnostics: virological techniques, David Williams, CSIRO Australian Animal Health Laboratory 

1. The role of pathology in the diagnosis of veterinary infectious disease, Eric Burrough, Iowa State University

2. Distance veterinary diagnostic pathology, Yanhu Huang, Prairie Diagnostic Services Inc

3. Pathology and integrated diagnostics, Rich French, Boehringer Ingelheim Health Management Center

4. Pathology and diagnostics of Panda diseases, Tianchun Pu,  Veterinary Hospital of Beijing Zoo 

 

 

4:00 – 5:00

Conference Conclusion


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