Programme

Note:
the programme is subject to change and will be updated continuously
last update: March 30th.

Day 1: Sunday, 24th June
time
room / venue
details
12:00-
21:00
Registration of participants
15:00 Room AOpening ceremony of the 14th EAVPT Congress
15:30 -
16:30
Room AOpening Plenary Lectures

PIERRE-LOUIS TOUTAIN
Veterinary pharmacotherapy: trends and expectations for the future
JOHANNA FINK–GREMMELS
One Health Objectives: Challenges for the veterinary profession
20:00Get together party
21:00-
22:00
Special show of Wrocław fountain

Day 2: Monday, 25th June
time
room / venue
details
8:00-9:30Room AParallel session 1: One Health

LLOYD REEVE-JOHNSON
The determinants of successful Global One Health Initiatives (complexity economics, game theory and medical perspectives)
ERWIN HOHN
Language, veterinary context and paradigmal considerations to leverage multidisciplinary collaboration.
JONATHAN MOCHEL
Translational research in veterinary medicine
8:00-9:30Room BParallel session 2: Antimicrobial susceptibility testing

LUDOVIC PELLIGAND
Antimicrobials – the EU approach to Antimicrobial Susceptibility Testing: science, stewardship and regulation (the EU VetCAST project)
GERALDINE DURAND
Innovation in the field of Antimicrobial Susceptibility Testing: an overview
ÖZDEN BALTEKIN
Direct phenotypic antimicrobial susceptibility testing under 30 minutes: Dynamics of single cell response revealed in automated microscopy with microfluidics
8:00-9:30Room CParallel session 3: Toxicology 1

LAURA VANDENBERG
Glyphosate and glyphosate-based herbicides: a case study for understanding modern safety evaluations in a global context
9:30-10:00Coffee break
10:00-10:45Room APlenary Lecture

WALERIA HRYNIEWICZ
Antibiotic resistance - multisectorial problem
10:45-11:30Room APlenary Lecture

MALCOLM ROWLAND
Physiologically based pharmacokinetics: From academic curiosity to wide application. A personal journey
11:30-12:00Coffee break
12:00-13:30Room AParallel session 4: Drug Residues and Food Safety

RONETTE GEHRING
The application of population physiologically based pharmacokinetic model for food safety assessment
12:00-13:30Room BParallel session 5: Antimicrobials - Farm Animals 1

ALAIN BOUSQUET-MELOU
Precision medicine for the prudent use of veterinary antimicrobials in food producing animals
12:00-13:30Room CParallel session 6: Advances in Anticancer therapy

ALEKSANDRA PAWLAK
Personalised medicine in companion animal anticancer therapy
13:30-14:30Lunch
14:30-15:30Room AParallel session 7: Regulatory affairs

MARILYN N. MARTINEZ
Looking ahead – exploring alternative ways to answering clinical pharmacology questions
LUCIE POKLUDOVÁ
Challenges associated with antimicrobial resistance for scientists and regulators considering new European Action Plan and future legislation on veterinary medicinal products
14:30-15:30Room BParallel session 8: Antimicrobials – Farm Animals 2
14:30-15:30Room CParallel session 9: Toxicology 2

ARTURO ANADON
Neonicotinoid toxicity: overview including societal issues
JULIETTE LEGLER
Endocrine disruptors
15:30-16:00Coffee break
16:00-17:00Room ARoundtable discussion on regulatory issues
16:00-17:00Room BSummary of poster section 1

Subsections:
Antibiotics
Antiparasitics
Probiotics
16:00-17:00Room CSummary of poster section 2

Subsections:
Toxicology
Contaminans
Anticancer drugs
Regularory affairs
Advances in new veterinary drug formulation
17:00-18:00Room AEAVPT general assembly
19:30-20:30City HallEvening EAVPT 40th anniversary

Day 3: Tuesday, 26th June
time
room / venue
details
8:00-9:30Room AParallel session 10: Anaesthesia and and Pain Control

PAULO STEAGALL
Novel analgesic strategies in feline pain management
8:00-9:30Room BParallel session 11: New methods in infectiology

AUDE A FERRAN
From in vitro to in vivo models of biofilm-related bacterial infections
8:00-9:30Room CParallel session 12: Residues and Contaminants
9:30-10:00Coffee break
10:00-11:30Room AParallel session 13: Advances in immunotherapy

WOLFGANG BÄUMER
Atopic diseases in canines
MANFRED KIETZMANN
Experimental models to study immunomodulatory effects
10:00-11:30Room BParallel session 14: New concepts in Infectiology

MARILYN N. MARTINEZ
Antivirulence Drugs: A Therapeutic Target for Veterinary Infectious Diseases?
ANDRZEJ GÓRSKI
Phage therapy: more than anti-bacterial action
LUCA GUARDABASSI
Why do we need antimicrobial stewardship in veterinary medicine?
10:00-11:30Room CParallel session 15: Mycotoxins

PIOTR JEDZINIAK
Mycotoxins in feed for animals - do we really know how to manage this issue?
11:30-12:00Coffee break
12:00-13:30Room AParallel session 16: Biotransformation and Drug Transporters
12:30-13:30Room BParallel session 17: Modelling and simulation
12:30-13:30Room CParallel session 18: Advances in companion animal medicine

Petra Cagnardi
Rational use of antimicrobials for surgical prophylaxis
13:30-14:30Lunch
14:30-16:00Room AParallel session 19: Translational Medicine and Pharmacotherapy of Minor Species
14:30-16:00Room BParallel session 20: In vitro models in pharmacology and toxicology
14:30-16:00Room CParallel session 21: Teaching Workshop

LOUSKA SCHIPPER and ARNO H. WERNERS
A changing demand on our profession; how to align educational approaches to pharmacology and toxicology with current competency frameworks?
16:00-16:30Coffee break
16:30-17:30Room ASummary of poster section 3

Subsections:
Drug residues
Antimicrobial susceptibility testing
16:30-17:30Room BSummary of poster section 4

Subsections:
Pharmacokinetics – general
Biotransformation & transporters
Modelling & simulation
16:30-17:30Room CSummary of poster section 5

Subsections:
Immunopharmacology and biologics
Pharmacodynamics – general
Pain and inflammation
One Health and translational medicine
16:30VIP RoomJVPT Journal meeting
17:30VIP RoomECVPT general assembly
20:00Topacz CastleGala dinner

Day 4: Wednesday, 27th June
time
room / venue
details
8:00-9:30Room AParallel session 22: Antiparasitics

RICHARD J. MARTIN
Worm War: Developing a better understanding of the pharmacology of anthelmintics
8:00-9:30Room BParallel session 23: Advances in equine medicine
8:00-9:30Room CParallel session 24: Gut health

ALETTA D. KRANEVELD
Understanding the impact of gut health
9:30-10:00Rooms A, B, CTime for sponsors
10:00-10:30Coffee break
10:30-11:15Room APlenary Lecture

NORBERT MENCKE
Antiparasitic resistance
11:15-12:00Room BPlenary Lecture

MAURO DACASTO
Contribution of –omics methodologies to veterinary pharmacology and toxicology, with special emphasis on drug metabolizing enzymes and drug transporters
12:00-13:00Session of residents: Advances of veterinary pharmacology and toxicology

DIANE C BROUSSOU
Chronic infections and in vitro optimization of current antibiotics treatments: focus on Staphylococcus aureus
FLAVIA GIROLAMI
The emerging issue of AFB1 in temperate countries: a One-Health perspective
MATTHIAS KOHLHAUER
Total Liquid Ventilation: potential applications in veterinary medicine
13:00Room AClosing ceremony of the 14th EAVPT Congress
13:30Lunch

Day 1: Sunday, 24th June
time
room / venue
details
12:00-
21:00
Registration of participants
15:00 Room AOpening ceremony of the 14th EAVPT Congress
15:30 -
16:30
Room AOpening Plenary Lectures

PIERRE-LOUIS TOUTAIN
Veterinary pharmacotherapy: trends and expectations for the future
JOHANNA FINK–GREMMELS
One Health Objectives: Challenges for the veterinary profession
20:00Get together party
21:00-
22:00
Special show of Wrocław fountain
Day 2: Monday, 25th June
time
room / venue
details
8:00-9:30Room AParallel session 1: One Health

LLOYD REEVE-JOHNSON
The determinants of successful Global One Health Initiatives (complexity economics, game theory and medical perspectives)
ERWIN HOHN
Language, veterinary context and paradigmal considerations to leverage multidisciplinary collaboration.
JONATHAN MOCHEL
Translational research in veterinary medicine
8:00-9:30Room BParallel session 2: Antimicrobial susceptibility testing

LUDOVIC PELLIGAND
Antimicrobials – the EU approach to Antimicrobial Susceptibility Testing: science, stewardship and regulation (the EU VetCAST project)
GERALDINE DURAND
Innovation in the field of Antimicrobial Susceptibility Testing: an overview
ÖZDEN BALTEKIN
Direct phenotypic antimicrobial susceptibility testing under 30 minutes: Dynamics of single cell response revealed in automated microscopy with microfluidics
8:00-9:30Room CParallel session 3: Toxicology 1

LAURA VANDENBERG
Glyphosate and glyphosate-based herbicides: a case study for understanding modern safety evaluations in a global context
9:30-10:00Coffee break
10:00-10:45Room APlenary Lecture

WALERIA HRYNIEWICZ
Antibiotic resistance - multisectorial problem
10:45-11:30Room APlenary Lecture

MALCOLM ROWLAND
Physiologically based pharmacokinetics: From academic curiosity to wide application. A personal journey
11:30-12:00Coffee break
12:00-13:30Room AParallel session 4: Drug Residues and Food Safety

RONETTE GEHRING
The application of population physiologically based pharmacokinetic model for food safety assessment
12:00-13:30Room BParallel session 5: Antimicrobials - Farm Animals 1

ALAIN BOUSQUET-MELOU
Precision medicine for the prudent use of veterinary antimicrobials in food producing animals
12:00-13:30Room CParallel session 6: Advances in Anticancer therapy

ALEKSANDRA PAWLAK
Personalised medicine in companion animal anticancer therapy
13:30-14:30Lunch
14:30-15:30Room AParallel session 7: Regulatory affairs

MARILYN N. MARTINEZ
Looking ahead – exploring alternative ways to answering clinical pharmacology questions
LUCIE POKLUDOVÁ
Challenges associated with antimicrobial resistance for scientists and regulators considering new European Action Plan and future legislation on veterinary medicinal products
14:30-15:30Room BParallel session 8: Antimicrobials – Farm Animals 2
14:30-15:30Room CParallel session 9: Toxicology 2

ARTURO ANADON
Neonicotinoid toxicity: overview including societal issues
JULIETTE LEGLER
Endocrine disruptors
15:30-16:00Coffee break
16:00-17:00Room ARoundtable discussion on regulatory issues
16:00-17:00Room BSummary of poster section 1

Subsections:
Antibiotics
Antiparasitics
Probiotics
16:00-17:00Room CSummary of poster section 2

Subsections:
Toxicology
Contaminans
Anticancer drugs
Regularory affairs
Advances in new veterinary drug formulation
17:00-18:00Room AEAVPT general assembly
19:30-20:30City HallEvening EAVPT 40th anniversary
Day 3: Tuesday, 26th June
time
room / venue
details
8:00-9:30Room AParallel session 10: Anaesthesia and and Pain Control

PAULO STEAGALL
Novel analgesic strategies in feline pain management
8:00-9:30Room BParallel session 11: New methods in infectiology

AUDE A FERRAN
From in vitro to in vivo models of biofilm-related bacterial infections
8:00-9:30Room CParallel session 12: Residues and Contaminants
9:30-10:00Coffee break
10:00-11:30Room AParallel session 13: Advances in immunotherapy

WOLFGANG BÄUMER
Atopic diseases in canines
MANFRED KIETZMANN
Experimental models to study immunomodulatory effects
10:00-11:30Room BParallel session 14: New concepts in Infectiology

MARILYN N. MARTINEZ
Antivirulence Drugs: A Therapeutic Target for Veterinary Infectious Diseases?
ANDRZEJ GÓRSKI
Phage therapy: more than anti-bacterial action
LUCA GUARDABASSI
Why do we need antimicrobial stewardship in veterinary medicine?
10:00-11:30Room CParallel session 15: Mycotoxins

PIOTR JEDZINIAK
Mycotoxins in feed for animals - do we really know how to manage this issue?
11:30-12:00Coffee break
12:00-13:30Room AParallel session 16: Biotransformation and Drug Transporters
12:30-13:30Room BParallel session 17: Modelling and simulation
12:30-13:30Room CParallel session 18: Advances in companion animal medicine

Petra Cagnardi
Rational use of antimicrobials for surgical prophylaxis
13:30-14:30Lunch
14:30-16:00Room AParallel session 19: Translational Medicine and Pharmacotherapy of Minor Species
14:30-16:00Room BParallel session 20: In vitro models in pharmacology and toxicology
14:30-16:00Room CParallel session 21: Teaching Workshop

LOUSKA SCHIPPER and ARNO H. WERNERS
A changing demand on our profession; how to align educational approaches to pharmacology and toxicology with current competency frameworks?
16:00-16:30Coffee break
16:30-17:30Room ASummary of poster section 3

Subsections:
Drug residues
Antimicrobial susceptibility testing
16:30-17:30Room BSummary of poster section 4

Subsections:
Pharmacokinetics – general
Biotransformation & transporters
Modelling & simulation
16:30-17:30Room CSummary of poster section 5

Subsections:
Immunopharmacology and biologics
Pharmacodynamics – general
Pain and inflammation
One Health and translational medicine
16:30VIP RoomJVPT Journal meeting
17:30VIP RoomECVPT general assembly
20:00Topacz CastleGala dinner
Day 4: Wednesday, 27th June
time
room / venue
details
8:00-9:30Room AParallel session 22: Antiparasitics

RICHARD J. MARTIN
Worm War: Developing a better understanding of the pharmacology of anthelmintics
8:00-9:30Room BParallel session 23: Advances in equine medicine
8:00-9:30Room CParallel session 24: Gut health

ALETTA D. KRANEVELD
Understanding the impact of gut health
9:30-10:00Rooms A, B, CTime for sponsors
10:00-10:30Coffee break
10:30-11:15Room APlenary Lecture

NORBERT MENCKE
Antiparasitic resistance
11:15-12:00Room BPlenary Lecture

MAURO DACASTO
Contribution of –omics methodologies to veterinary pharmacology and toxicology, with special emphasis on drug metabolizing enzymes and drug transporters
12:00-13:00Session of residents: Advances of veterinary pharmacology and toxicology

DIANE C BROUSSOU
Chronic infections and in vitro optimization of current antibiotics treatments: focus on Staphylococcus aureus
FLAVIA GIROLAMI
The emerging issue of AFB1 in temperate countries: a One-Health perspective
MATTHIAS KOHLHAUER
Total Liquid Ventilation: potential applications in veterinary medicine
13:00Room AClosing ceremony of the 14th EAVPT Congress
13:30Lunch