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8th International Conference on Animal Health & Veterinary Medicine, will be organized around the theme “One Health, One Society”

Animal Health 2017 is comprised of 143 tracks and 22 sessions designed to offer comprehensive sessions that address current issues in Animal Health 2017.

Submit your abstract to any of the mentioned tracks. All related abstracts are accepted.

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Animals play a vital role in the society. Animal Health is the inter-link between humans, animals and the surrounding environment. They play the main role in transportation, clothing and Food. Animals provide many benefits to humans. While the company, sport or work satisfy important needs in today's society, we should not overlook that the production of food of animal origin has been historically, and remains one of the fundamental pillars on which is based the Food. A Noteworthy economic importance of farming in our society, not to mention the environmental role of some species like honey bees. It is important for pets, zoo animals and farm animals to stay healthy. The health of animals defines the healthy and wealthy society. Healthy animals contribute to the elimination of hunger, to healthy people and to sustainable food production.

There is an interconnection in human health, animal health and our environmental health. There are number of factors defining this like antimicrobial resistance, zoonoses, emerging diseases in humans and animals. To address these issues and to improve the total health of our society there should be an One Health collaborative approach between multiple professions, including animal science, veterinary medicine, human medicine, and environmental science.

Animal disease is the disease by which animals are liable and whereby the normal functions of any organ or the body of an animal is disrupted or damaged by any bacterium, protozoan, virus, fungus, parasite, other organism or agent. This session focuses on Animal diseases, symptoms and their affects.

Some of the animal diseases or medical conditions: Avian influenza, Animal bite, Anthrax, Brucellosis, Bluetongue disease, Chronic wasting disease, Contagious bovine Pleuropneumonia, Epizootic, Foot-and-mouth disease, Glanders, Leptospirosis, Newcastle disease, Paratuberculosis, Q fever, Rift Valley fever, Rinderpest, Rabies, Salmonellosis, Transmissible spongiform encephalopathy, Tularemia, Tick-borne disease, Viral hemorrhagic fever, Zoonosis.

Animal Biotechnology plays an important role in human and animal health and development. Biotechnology is the use of living systems and organisms to develop or make products, or any technological application that uses biological systems, living organisms, or derivatives thereof, to make or modify products or processes for specific use. Animal Biotechnology dates back to domestication of animals, selective breeding (hybridizing) to produce desirable offspring.

Animal Biotechnology is the use of molecular biology and genetic engineering for industrial, pharmaceutical and agricultural applications. It is used to produce therapeutic proteins, diseases resistant offspring, transgenic animals, clones and organs by xenotransplantation.

Applications and benefits include producing antibodies, to understand the relationship between genes and disease, to find and produce disease resistant animals, to increase production of animal products, produced new food and pharmaceutical products, use of animal organs as human transplants - xenotransplantation (ex: human-pig chimeras) and to enhance the ability to detect, treat diseases.

Animal Biotechnology industry values at around USD 6 Billion with the annual growth rate of 1.8%. Major players in Animal Biotechnology are Elanco, Merck Co. Inc. Merial Limited and Zoetis.

  • Track 17-1Animal Biotechnology Recent Advances
  • Track 17-2Applications of Animal Biotechnology
  • Track 17-3Transgenic Animal Production
  • Track 17-4Animal Cloning
  • Track 17-5Xenotransplantation
  • Track 17-6Animal Biotechnology¬†and Ethics
  • Track 53-1Avian Practice
  • Track 53-2Veterinary Economics
  • Track 53-3Veterinary Technology
  • Track 53-4Swine Health Management
  • Track 53-5Food Animal Practice
  • Track 53-6Dairy Practice
  • Track 53-7Exotic Companion Mammal Practice
  • Track 53-8Canine/Feline Practice
  • Track 53-9Equine Practice
  • Track 53-10Veterinary nursing
  • Track 54-1Interventional Radiology/ Oncology
  • Track 54-2Radiation Oncology
  • Track 54-3Diagnostic Imaging Advances
  • Track 54-4Lymphoma
  • Track 54-5Osteosarcoma
  • Track 54-6Immunohistochemistry for Diagnosis and Prognostication