IPVS 2020

PROGRAM Full Program

FULL PROGRAM

08:00 AM

Registration Opening

01:00 PM
05:00 PM

Pre Congress Section 1

African Swine Fever: Innovations to control it

José Manoel Sanchez Vizcaíno
ASF – The main threat for the global swine industry. Current situation and future

Denis Kolbasov
African swine fever and experiences from affected countries

Marisa Arias
Recognizing ASF: disease evolution

Carmina Gallardo
Usefulness of ASF diagnostic techniques in the prevention and control of the disease

Pre Congress Section 2

Reproductive management: Key-points to face the challenges of contemporary sows

George Foxcroft
Key phenotypic traits in the gilt that determine lifetime productivity

Nicoline Soede
From follicle pool to piglet birth weight

John Pluske
Colostrum and milk composition and effects on post-natal development and production

Fernando Bortolozzo
Key production traits that determine sow lifetime productivity in commercial practice

Pre Congress Section 3

Pig welfare demands in the year 2050

Inger Lise Andersen
Behavioural needs in pigs and how we can meet those needs when designing future housing systems

Mark Holmes
Antimicrobial resistance, a one welfare challenge for pig farming

Carlos Guerrero-Bosagna
Towards the developement of epigenetic marks of stress and welfare in farm animals

Adroaldo José Zanella
Pig research will help human and human research will help pigs in the year 2050

05:00 PM
11:00 PM

Exhibition Time

07:00 PM
07:45 PM

Congress Opening Cerimony

07:45 PM
08:30 PM

Lecture

Tom Alexander Memorial Lecture

Predicting the challenges – swine health and production, 2050?

Peter Davies
University of Minnesota

08:30 PM
11:00 PM

Welcome Cocktail

08:00 AM
07:00 PM

Exhibition Time

Session 1
Viral Diseases I
Session 2
Bacterial Diseases I
Session 3
Immunology & Vaccinology
Session 4
Food safety
09:00 AM
09:40 AM

Vaccines and vaccination in PRRS virus control

Enric Mateu
Universidade Autonoma de Barcelona

The challenges of Escherichia Coli postweaning disease in pigs

John Morris Fairbrother
University of Montreal

Emerging viral disease in swine: An immunologist´s perpective

John Butler
University of Iowa

Attributing Toxoplasma gondii infections to sources: current knowledge and addressing data gaps

Sara Monteiro Pires
Danish Technical University

09:40 AM
10:25 AM

Oral presentations

Oral presentations

Oral presentations

Oral presentations

10:25 AM
11:10 AM

Coffe Break

11:10 AM
12:10 PM

Oral presentations

Oral presentations

Oral presentations

Oral presentations

12:10 PM
02:00 PM

Lunch Break

Session 5
Viral Diseases II
Session 6
Bacterial Diseases II
Session 7
Genetics
Session 8
Herd Management
02:00 PM
02:40 PM

Ten years after the 2009 H1N1 pandemic – What have we learned about the swine-human interface of influenza?

Amy Vincent
USDA

Struggling to control S. suis disease in the context of antibiotic reduction

Marcelo Gottschalk
University of Montreal

Selection for Disease Resistance

Austin Putz
Iowa State University

Management of people in swine production: What the data says!

Carlos Piñero

02:40 PM
04:25 PM

Oral presentations

Oral presentations

Oral presentations

Oral presentations

04:25 PM
05:00 PM

Coffe Break

05:00 PM
06:30 PM

Satellite Symphosium

08:00 AM
07:00 PM

Exhibition Time

Session 9
Viral Diseases III
Session 10
Reproduction
Session 11
Clinical Cases
Session 12
Welfare
09:00 AM
09:40 AM

African swine fever (ASF) diagnosis, an essential tool in the epidemiological investigation

Carmina Gallardo
Instituto Nacional de Investigación y Tecnologia Agraria y Alimentaria

Gilt reproductive challenges for the next decade – measuring and managing what we already know

George Foxcroft
University of Alberta

Herd diagnostics and selecting solution for intestinal problems in clinical practice

Ken Pedersen
Kopenhagen University

Why should we worry about farrowing systems for sows: insights from studies on maternal behaviour

Inger Lise Andersen
Norwegian University of Life Science

09:40 AM
10:25 AM

Oral presentations

Oral presentations

Oral presentations

Oral presentations

10:25 AM
11:10 AM

Coffe Break

11:10 AM
12:10 PM

Oral presentations

Oral presentations

Oral presentations

Oral presentations

12:10 PM
02:00 PM

Lunch Break

Session 13
Bacterial Diseases III
Session 14
Nutrition
Session 15
Antimicrobials
Session 16
Biosecurity I
02:00 PM
02:40 PM

What do we still have to learn about Mycoplasma hyopneumoniae infection in pigs

Maria Pieters
University of Minnesota

Gut Health and the Post-Weaning Transition

John Pluske
Murdoch University

Antimicrobial stewardship in animal production around the globe

Jaap Wagenaar
Utrecht University

Science of biosecurity: Understanding the mechanisms of pathogen entry into pig populations, and how to implement effective biosecurity improvement programs

Derald Holtkamp
Iowa State University

02:40 PM
04:25 PM

Oral presentations

Oral presentations

Oral presentations

Oral presentations

04:25 PM
05:00 PM

Coffe Break

05:00 PM
06:30 PM

Satellite Symphosium

08:00 AM
02:00 PM

Exhibition Time

Session 17
Miscellaneous
Session 18
Production & Innovation
Session 19
Parasites and Parasitic Diseases
Session 20
Immunology & Vaccinology
09:00 AM
09:40 AM

Transformation of swine tissues and organs for use in human regenerative medicine

Andreas Kaasi
Eva Scientific

Imagining a Digital future for Pig production; 9 technologies that will transform our industry

Aidan Connolly
Canthus

Public health impact and control options of parasitic zoonoses via pork

Joke van der Giessen
National Institute for Public Health and the Environment (RIVM), Center for Infectious Disease Control

Structure-based antigen design: Targeting transferrin receptors to prevent respiratory and systemic disease of swine

Rafael Frandoloso
Universidade de Passo Fundo

09:40 AM
10:25 AM

Oral presentations

Oral presentations

Oral presentations

Oral presentations

10:25 AM
11:10 AM

Coffe Break

11:10 AM
12:10 PM

Oral presentations

Oral presentations

Oral presentations

Oral presentations

12:10 PM
02:00 PM

Lunch Break

02:00 PM
04:00 PM

IPVS2020 General Assembly & Closure Ceremony

08:00 PM
00:00 AM

IPVS2020 Gala Dinner