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Antimicrobial Resistance in Animals and the Evironment (ARAE 2019)

8th Symposium on Antimicrobial Resistance in Animals and the Environment

July 1st - 3rd, 2019 Tours, France

Important dates


  • Opening of abstract submission :14th of January 2019
  • Opening of online registration : end of February 2019
  • Abstract submission deadline :  17th of May 2019
  • Notification on acceptance / rejection : 26th of April 2019
  • Final programme : 30th of April 2019
  • Registration deadline : 3rd of June 2019

Local Information

3 hotels near by the train station have been selected :

You can also book a room in Tours via one of the following links : 


A one-page abstract should be prepared in the following format:

  • Use a sheet of A4 size paper.
  • Use 12 points Times New Roman for the main text and 10 or 11 points for figure captions and References.
  • Leave 2.5 cm margins at the upper and lower side and 2.3 cm margins at the right and at the left of the page.
  • Title, author's names, and affiliations should be centered.
  • Use bold face with 16 points Times New Roman for the title but not for authors, affiliations, and the main text.
  • The name of the presenting author should be underlined.
  • Main text should be fully justified with a single spacing.
  • The International System of Units (SI) should be used wherever appropriate.
  • Genus and species names should be written in full on first mention and then abbreviated on subsequent mention. Taxonomic names are to be italicized, e.g. Staphylococcus aureus, Clostridium difficile.



  • The size of the poster should be A0 size format 841 x 1189mm / 33.1 x 46.8 in (width x hight); the poster should be in portrait orientation.

Registration fee

Regular registration fee: EUR 660

Young scientist fee: EUR 480

The 20 discounted registrations have been allocated and no other reduced registration fee will be available. 

For Master and PhD students* and scientists 35 years old or younger**
Up to 20 discounted registrations allocated in order of registration reception
Payment only by order form with the required supporting documents, below:
* Student: copies of student ID and passport required
** other < 35 years old scientist: copy of passport and written confirmation of head of department

Registration Fee for all congress participants include: 

  • Admission to all scientific sessions
  • Welcome reception on July 1
  • Coffee and lunch breaks during the conference programme (1-3 July)
  • Gala Dinner on July 2