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Antimicrobial Resistance in Animals and the Evironment (ARAE 2019)

Final program

Monday July 1 

08h00 - 08h50

Reception/Registration

08h50 - 09h00

Symposium opening

Session 1 - Monitoring and molecular epidemiology of antimicrobial resistance

Chair: Jean-Yves MADEC
Co-chair & keynote speaker: Bruno GONZALEZ-ZORN
Co-chair & keynote speaker: Vincent PERRETEN

09h00 - 09h40

Bruno GONZALEZ-ZORN
Plasmids and Gene Flux: With or Without You

09h40 - 10h00

Solveig S. MO, Jannice S. SLETTEMEÅS, Camilla SEKSE, Silje B. JØRGENSEN, Arne SØRAAS, Martin STEINBAKK, Amar A. TELKE, and Marianne SUNDE
Whole genome characterization of cephalosporin-resistant Escherichia coli ST38 from broiler production and humans

10h00 - 10h20

Jonathan MOFFAT, Julie CALVERT, Gabhan CHALMERS, Michael MULVEY, Agnes AGUNOS, Richard REID-SMITH, and Patrick BOERLIN 
Extended-spectrum cephalosporin and gentamicin resistance in Enterobacteriaceae from turkeys in Canada

10h20 - 10h50

Coffee break

10h50 - 11h10

Nathaniel STOREY, Fabrizio LEMMA, Luke RANDALL, Robert HORTON, Shaun CAWTHRAW, Margherita RAMBALDI, Francesca MARTELLI, and Muna F. ANJUM
AMR persistence on a pig farm with reduced antimicrobial usage

11h10 - 11h30

Yosra MANI, Wejdene MANSOUR, Estelle SARAS, Raoudha GRAMI, Olfa BOUALLEGE, Jean-Yves MADEC and Marisa HAENNI
ESBL- and carbapenemase-producing Escherichia coli and Klebsiella pneumoniae from Mediterranean clams Ruditapes decussatus at retail in Tunisia

11h30 - 11h50

Shaolin WANG, Zhangqi SHEN, Rong ZHANG, Yang WANG, and Jiyun LI
Wide dissemination of NDM-5 in carbapenem-resistant Escherichia coli of human and animal origin

11h50 - 12h10

Hassan TARABAI, Adam VALCEK, Ivana JAMBOROVA, Rainer RAAB, Hynek MATUSIK, Sergey V. VAZHOV, Igor V. KARYAKIN, Ivan LITERAK, and Monika DOLEJSKA
First report of plasmid-mediated colistin resistance mcr-1 in Escherichia coli from birds of prey in Russia

12h10 - 12h30

Gaëlle BISCH, Agathe JOUET, Alice FERRE, Cyril GAUDIN and Philip SUPPLY
The Deeplex® technology for prediction of antimicrobial resistance

12h30 - 14h00

Lunch

14h00 - 14h40

Vincent PERRETEN
Discovery of novel antibiotic resistance determinants using next-generation sequencing

14h40 - 15h00

G. LEVENT, A. SCHLOCHTERMEIER, S. E. IVES, K. N. NORMAN, S. D. LAWHON, G. H. LONERAGAN, R. C. ANDERSON, and H. Morgan SCOTT
Effects of antibiotics on bacterial resistance and serotype diversity of Salmonella enterica originating from lymph nodes, fecal and hide samples of feeder cattle at slaughter

15h00 - 15h20

Selma GONZALEZ, Javier VINASCO, Sarah LAWHON, H. Morgan SCOTT, Roger HARVEY, and Keri NORMAN
Phenotypic and genotypic characterization of Salmonella enterica serovar I 4,[5],12:i:- isolated from swine

15h20 - 15h40

Solomon O. OLORUNLEKE, Miranda KIRCHNER, Nicholas DUGGETT, Lucy A. BRUNTON, Kennedy F. CHAH, John A. NWANTA and Muna F. ANJUM
Molecular characterization of extended spectrum β-lactamase-Producing Escherichia coli from food animals and in-contact humans in South East Nigeria

15h40 - 16h00

Derek T. ELSBY, Ruth ZADOKS, Nuno SILVA, Kenneth BOYD and Mark A. TAGGART
Prevalence of antimicrobial resistant E. coli in Scottish wild deer

16h00 - 16h30

Coffee break

16h30 - 16h50

Clémence BOURÉLY, Géraldine CAZEAU, Eric JOUY, Marisa HAENNI, Jean-Yves MADEC, Nathalie JARRIGE, Agnès LEBLOND and Emilie GAY
What do we know about the antimicrobial resistance of Pasteurella multocida isolated from food-producing animals and pets?

16h50 - 17h10

Tanawan SOIMALA, Antina LÜBKE-BECKER, Stefan SCHWARZ, and Johanna Corinna EULE
Isolation and characterization of methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus pseudintermedius from ocular surfaces of dogs and cats suffering from ophthalmological diseases

17h10 - 17h30

Jobke VAN HOUT1, Maaike GONGGRIJP1 and Annet Heuvelink
Monitoring of antimicrobial susceptibility of Streptococcus suis in the Netherlands, 2013–2018

17h30 - 17h50

Raphaëlle YOUF, Emilie DAUVERGNE, Hattie E. WEBB, Sabine DELANNOY, Arnaud BRIET, Thomas BRAUGE, Graziella BOURDIN, Patrick FACH, Sophie A. GRANIER, and Anne BRISABOIS
A high-throughput method for antimicrobial resistance genes detection

17h50 - 18h10

Alex VAN BELKUM (BioMérieux)
The future of veterinary antimicrobial susceptibility testing

19h00

Welcome reception

Tuesday July 2

Session 2 - Role and prevalence of antibiosis and the related resistance genes in the environment

Chair:  Sylvie NAZARET
Co-chair & keynote speaker:  Marko VIRTA

09h00 - 09h40

Marko VIRTA

Analysing the host species and genetic environment of the antibiotic resistance genes

09h40 - 10h00

Alain HARTMANN, Géraldine DEPRET, Marjolaine DESCHAMPS, Sylvie NELIEU, Sabine FAVRE-BONTE, Armelle CROUZET, David LEJON, Lorenzo SPADINI, Olivier CROUZET, and Sylvie NAZARET

Impact of soil fertilization with organic amendments on the dissemination of antibiotic resistance in cultivated soils

10h00 - 10h20

Chunyan XU, Dejun LIU, Yingbo SHEN, Shaolin WANG, Xi XIA, Ziquan LV, Jianzhong SHEN, Yuebin KE, Yang WANG

Abundance and diversity of the antimicrobial resistance genes in soils from integrated or monoculture ponds mode

10h20 - 10h50

Coffee break

10h50 - 11h10

Ashlyn C. HOLBERT, Sarah A. MURRAY, H. Morgan SCOTT, Javier VINASCO, Sara D. LAWHON, Jason E. SAWYER, Brent W. AUVERMANN, Jenny S. JENNINGS, William E. PINCHAK, Kenneth D. CASEY, and Keri N. NORMAN

The effects of tylosin and direct fed microbials (DFM) on Enterococcus and antibiotic resistance determinants in the cattle feedyard environment

11h10 - 11h30

Roberta TOLOSI, Lisa CARRARO, Guido GRILLI, Petra CAGNARDI, and Alessandra PICCIRILLO

Colistin resistance genes (mcr-1 to mcr-5) in agricultural soil fertilized with animal manure in Northern Italy

11h30 - 11h50

Alexandra LORENTZ, Hannah GRAY, Keith ARORA-WILLIAMS and Meghan DAVIS

Meta-genomic analysis of resistance genes in the Chesapeake Bay at recreational sites near wastewater treatment plants and concentrated animal feeding operations

11h50 - 12h10

Elodie DENET, Sylvain TRIADOU, Serge MICHALET, Sylvie NAZARET and Sabine FAVRE-BONTE

The role of amoebae–Stenotrophomonas maltophilia interaction in the emergence of bacterial antibiotic resistance in the environment

12h10 - 12h30

Concepcion SANCHEZ-CID, Alexandre GUIRONNET, Laure FRANQUEVILLE, Laure WIEST, Emmanuelle VULLIET, Timothy M VOGEL

Environmental resistome transcriptional response to gentamicin pollution at sub-inhibitory concentrations

12h30 - 14h00

Lunch

Session 3 - Mechanisms and dissemination of antimicrobial resistance in animal and zoonotic pathogens

Chair:  Benoît Doublet
Co-chair & keynote speaker:  Didier MAZEL

14h00 - 14h40

Didier MAZEL
Which factors limit integron function and their spread?

14h40 - 15h00

Steven L. FOLEY, Jing HAN, Ashlyn CARLTON, Joanna DECK, Bijay K. KHAJANCHI, Suad ALGARNI
Impact of antimicrobial exposure on the transfer efficiency of multidrug resistance plasmids in Salmonella enterica

15h00 - 15h20

Anna COLAVECCHIO, Shabaronath Srikumar, Yujie Hu, Lawerence GOODRIDGE and Séamus FANNING
Genomic characterization of antibiotic resistance-encoding, phage-like plasmids (PLP) -defining their nature and identification of a novel association with mobile mechanisms for colistin resistance

15h20 - 15h40

Maria-Halima LAABERKI, Anne-Sophie GODEUX, Agnese LUPO, Marisa HAENNI, and Xavier CHARPENTIER
Transfer of large antibiotic resistance islands in Acinetobacter baumannii

15h40 - 16h00

Virginie LIBANTE, Yves NOMBRE, Charles COLUZZI, Johan STAUB, Gérard GUEDON, Marcelo GOTTSCHALK, Nahuel FITTIPALDI, Nathalie LEBLOND-BOURGET and Sophie PAYOT
Key role of chromosomal mobile genetic elements transferring by conjugation in the dissemination of antimicrobial resistance in Streptococcus suis

16h00 - 16h20

Tony ROCHEGUE, Philippe GLASER, Sandrine HUGHES, Benjamin GILLET, Nicolas CABANEL, Estelle SARAS, Marisa HAENNI, Jean-Yves MADEC, and Agnese LUPO
High-level gentamicin resistant Streptococcus dysgalactiae subsp. equisimilis is emerging among French horses

16h20 - 16h50

Coffee break

16h50 - 17h10

Ashley C. CORMIER, Gabhan CHALMERS, Pauline L.C. ZHANG, Rebecca E.V. ANDERSON, Jonathan MOFFAT, Tim McALLISTER, J. Scott WEESE, Michael MULVEY, and Patrick BOERLIN
Characterizing blaCTX-M-1 plasmids from Escherichia coli isolated from dogs, poultry, swine, horses, and cattle in Canada

17h10 - 17h30

Monika DOLEJSKA, Iva KUTILOVA, Adam VALCEK, Darina CEJKOVA, Costas C. PAPAGIANNITSIS, Veronika PASKOVA, Martina MASARIKOVA, Ivan LITERAK
Carbapenemase genes in Enterobacteriaceae isolates from wild birds in North America

17h30 - 17h50

Shizhen MA, Jiyun LI, Zhenwang BI, Baoli CHEN, Chang CAI, Stefan SCHWARZ, Anette HULTH, Zhangqi SHEN, Shaolin WANG, Congming WU, Lennart E. NILSSON, Timothy R WALSH, Stefan BӦRJESSON, Jianzhong SHEN, Qiang SUN, Yang WANG
Inter-host transmission of carbapenemase-producing Escherichia coli among humans and backyard animals

17h50 - 18h10

Michael S.M. BROUWER, Yvon GEURTS, Arie KANT, Daniela CECCARELLI, Danielle SCHILLEMANS, Nick DUGGETT, Dik J. MEVIUS, Adam P. ROBERTS, Alex BOSSERS, Muna ANJUM, Kees T. VELDMAN
Resistance to colistin is decreasing in livestock in The Netherlands; A genetic study of endangered plasmids.

20h00 - Midnight

Gala dinner

 

Wednesday July 3

Session 4 - Antimicrobial Resistance and One Health

Chair:  Marie-Cécile PLOY
Co-chair & keynote speaker:  Karin WAEFLER

09h00 - 09h40

Karin WAEFLER
A global perspective: One Health response to Antimicrobial Resistance

09h40 - 10h00

Laurel REDDING, Alexander BERRY and Brendan KELLY
Associations between colonization with Clostridium difficile and the diversity of the gut microbiome in puppies

10h00 - 10h20

Anouk P. MEIJS, Esther F. GIJSBERS, Paul D. HENGEVELD, Ed J. KUIJPER, Cindy M. DIERIKX, Sabine C. DE GREEFF and Engeline VAN DUIJKEREN
Carriage of ESBL-producing and colistin resistant Enterobacteriaceae, and Clostridium difficile among veterinarians in the Netherlands

10h20 - 10h50

Coffee break

10h50 - 11h10

Katherine E. L. WORSLEY-TONKS, Stanley D. GEHRT, Timothy J. JOHNSON, Shane C. McKENZIE, Randall S. SINGER, Meggan E. CRAFT
Host and environmental predictors of antimicrobial resistance in urban wildlife

11h10 - 11h30

Fiona MCDOUGALL, Wayne BOARDMAN, Michael GILLINGS and Michelle POWER
Fruit bats as reservoirs of novel class 1 integrons and carbapenem resistant Escherichia coli

11h30 - 11h50

Natalie MOYEN, Toby LESLIE, N Claire GORDON, and Joanna McKENZIE
Antimicrobial resistance (AMR) surveillance and One Health in practice, in low- and middle-income Countries

11h50 - 13h20

Lunch

Session 5 - Studying antimicrobial resistance at the high throughput era 

Chair:  Sébastien LECLERCQ
Co-chair & keynote speaker:  Rene S. HENDRIKSEN

13h20 - 14h00

Rene S. HENDRIKSEN
The present and future in antimicrobial resistance surveillance

14h00 - 14h20

Heather TATE, Gregory H. TYSON, Patrick F. McDERMOTT
Tracking the Resistome in One Health Surveillance

14h20 - 14h40

Charles COLUZZI, Julie LAO, Gérard. GUEDON, Marie-Dominique DEVIGNES, Chloé AMBROSET, Thomas LACROIX, Hélène CHIAPELLO, Sophie PAYOT and Nathalie LEBLOND-BOURGET
The ICE/IME Finder approach and its application to ICE/IME annotation in Streptococcus

14h40 - 15h00

Iva KUTILOVA, Pimlapas LEEKITCHAROENPHON, Matej MEDVECKY, Patrick MUNK, Valeria BORTOLAIA, Sünje J. PAMP, Monika DOLEJSKA

Beta-lactamase producing Escherichia coli and antibiotic resistance genes in municipal and hospital wastewaters: comparison of whole-genome sequencing and metagenomic approaches

15h00 - 15h20

Thomas JOVÉ, Valentin TILLOY, Claire Da SILVA, Margaux GASCHET, Lucie LAVAL, Marie-Cécile PLOY, Christophe DAGOT and Olivier BARRAUD
Class 1 integrons gene cassettes as a signature of effluents: the CALYPSO project

15h20 - 15h40

Johanna MUURINEN, Jacob RICHERT, Brian RICHERT and Timothy JOHNSON
Will antibiotic-alternative growth promoters reduce antibiotic resistance in the microbiome?

15h40 - 15h50

Symposium closure