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Abteilungen für Veterinärbakteriologie und Geflügel- und Kaninchenkrankheiten


Kolloquien Frühjahrssemester 2024

Dienstag 13:00-14:00
(digital über TEMAS)


27. Februar

Bettina Gächter, Geflügelabteilung

Occupationally acquired laboratory infections in veterinary bacteriology


5. März

Meret Huwiler, Kuratorin Tierpark Bern

«Tauben in Bern – für Mensch und Tier»


12. März

Karin Darpel, IVI

Up-date on avian influenza in Switzerland


19. März

Francis Muchaamba, Institute for Food Safety and Hygiene

Evaluation of the IR Biotyper discriminatory power of starter culture strains and food borne pathogens


26. März

Enrique Rayo, Institut für Veterinärpathologie

Chlamydia trachomatis/Neisseria gonorrhoeae co-infection in men-who-have-sex-with-men: preliminary findings from the Swiss PrEPared cohort study.


2. April

Guido Bloemberg, Viro Irchel

Disappearance and re-emergence of influenza during and after the COVID-19 pandemic


9. April

Daphne Zubler, Institut für Veterinärpathologie

Pilot study to detect Chlamydia suis in pig manure using real-time PCR.


16. April

Agnes Weiß, Arbeitsgruppe Lebensmittelmikrobiologie, Hamburg School of Food Science, Hamburg

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23. April

Lauren Alteio, FFoQSI - Austrian Competence Centre for Feed and Food Quality, Safety and Innovation, University of Vienna

FoodSafeR: Challenges and future perspectives on the persistence of food-associated Listeria monocytogenes


30. April

Nadja Fässler, Institut für Veterinärpathologie

Establishing shuttle vector-based transformation systems for Chlamydia pecorum and Chlamydia abortus.


7. Mai

Michael Biggel, Institute for Food Safety and Hygiene

Projekt invEC-T: a diagnostic test for invasive urinary tract infections


14. Mai (at 2 pm !!!)

Valerie De Anda, University of Texas at Austin Marine Science Institute

Breaking Boundaries in Microbiology: The Impact of Genomic Long Reads


21. Mai

Andreja Rajkovic, Faculty of Bioscience Engineering, Department of Food Technology, Safety and Health, Ghent University

Simple is good if it is enough: a small talk on B. cereus and C. perfringens pathogenicity


28. Mai

Taurai Tasara, Institute for Food Safety and Hygiene

Uncover the ADP ribosylation defense system of Listeria