MOOD Scientific Conference 2023
June 27 @ 09:00 – 18:00 Europe/Helsinki
Innovations to face disease emergence in the era of climate change: from research to technological development
This one-day scientific programme will examine the current stakes and future research initiatives and collaborations needed to address epidemic intelligence for emerging infectious diseases from a data perspective. The event will offer a broader view of the future challenges for Public Health, focusing on the need to implement a “One Health” approach and exploring the innovations to improve the surveillance of emerging infectious diseases in a changing climate.
The conference will be a key opportunity to deepen the discussion around the demands of public and animal health epidemic intelligence given the rapid global changes and multi-source Big data.
The conference is the flagship event of the MOOD project, funded by the Horizon-2020 programme, organized by its leading partner CIRAD and the hosting partner THL – Finnish Institute for Health and Welfare on June 27th, 2023.
The event programme will feature scientific talks from the MOOD partners, as well as presentations from related projects and initiatives, to explore the new frontiers of research and technological innovations, networks and collaborations relevant to the early detection of signals of disease emergence and rapid risk assessment using multi-source Big data and data on drivers of disease emergence including human movements and climate change.
Main topics of the conference:
- Future great challenges for Public Health
- New frontiers for early pathogen detection and rapid risk assessment integrating genomic data
- Improving epidemic intelligence through data mining, sharing and modeling in the context of global change
- The future of disease surveillance and pandemic preparedness in a One Health framework
More details about the programme and registration will follow as soon as they become available.
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