Program

Plenary Sessions

11 plenary talks will address major issues for the poultry sector as a whole and will take place on Monday, August 9, 2021 all day and Thursday, August 12, 2021 morning

Session Title

Invited speaker

Integrated strategies to control meat quality defects ​

Massimiliano PETRACCI (IT)​

Pluridisciplinary approaches to reach the One health objectives​

Hein IMBERECHTS (BE)​

Towards longer carriers in layers ​

Maureen BAIN (GB)​

Adapting poultry production to climate change​

Anne COLLIN (FR)​

Early management of broilers: from embryo to the end of the starter phase​

Zehava UNI (IL)​

Understanding the microbiome for an improved management of Health and Welfare​

Richard DUCATELLE (BE)

Genetics by environment interactions and epigenetics​

Frédérique PITEL (FR)​

Mitigating the environmental impacts of poultry production​

Ermias KEBREAB (US)​

Emerging (re-emerging) poultry diseases​

David SWAYNE (US)​

Understanding nutrition by genetics interaction to optimize feed efficiency​

Sandrine GRASTEAU (FR)​

Mananagement of broiler breeders​

Martin ZUIDHOF (CA)​

Diversity of production systems and services delivered to humans : towards an agroecological perspective​

Bertrand MEDA (FR)​

Innovative strategies to answer new expectations from the society​

Cesare CASTELLINI (IT)​

Genetics by nutrition interaction on the digestive microbiota​

Amelia CAMARINHA-SILVA (DE)​

Robotics and big data for precision farming​

Thomas NORTON (BE)​

Social role of poultry production in the Mediterranean area​

Nuhad DAGHIR (LN)​

Keel bone damage in layers​

Mike TOSCANO (CH)​

Poultry production for ensuring food security​

Robyn ALDERS (AU)

Session Title

Invited speaker

Integrated strategies to control meat quality defects ​

Massimiliano PETRACCI (IT)

Pluridisciplinary approaches to reach the One health objectives​

Hein IMBERECHTS (BE)

Towards longer carriers in layers ​

Maureen BAIN (GB)

Adapting poultry production to climate change​

Anne COLLIN (FR)

Early management of broilers: from embryo to the end of the starter phase​

Zehava UNI (IL)

Understanding the microbiome for an improved management of Health and Welfare​

Richard DUCATELLE (BE)

Genetics by environment interactions and epigenetics​

Frédérique PITEL (FR)

Mitigating the environmental impacts of poultry production​

Ermias KEBREAB (US)

Emerging (re-emerging) poultry diseases​

David SWAYNE (US)

Understanding nutrition by genetics interaction to optimize feed efficiency​

Sandrine GRASTEAU (FR)

Mananagement of broiler breeders​

Martin ZUIDHOF (CA)

Diversity of production systems and services delivered to humans : towards an agroecological perspective​

Bertrand MEDA (FR)

Innovative strategies to answer new expectations from the society​

Cesare CASTELLINI (IT)

Genetics by nutrition interaction on the digestive microbiota​

Amelia CAMARINHA-SILVA (DE)

Robotics and big data for precision farming​

Thomas NORTON (BE)

Social role of poultry production in the Mediterranean area​

Nuhad DAGHIR (LN)

Keel bone damage in layers​

Mike TOSCANO (CH)

Poultry production for ensuring food security​

Robyn ALDERS (AU)

Plenary Sessions

11 plenary talks will address major issues for the poultry sector as a whole and will take place on Monday, August 9, 2021 all day and Thursday, August 12, 2021 morning

Session Title

Keynote's title

Invited speaker

Economy and sustainabilty of the Poultry Production Chain

Global Challenges for the economy of the poultry sector

Could poultry production become more sustainable?

Peter VAN HORNE (NL)

Joel AUBIN (FR)

One health - One Welfare

The OIE perspective on current challenges for the health of poultry species

From poultry welfare to ethical issues about poultry farming

Matthew STONE (FR)

David FRASER (CA)

The bird and microbiotia

The intestinal microbiota, a central actor in the development of the immune response

Could poultry production become more sustainable?

Bernd KASPERS (DE)

Alessandra DE CAESARE (IT)

Breeding and nutrional strategies for sustainable poultry production schemes

Opportunities offered by genomic selection to breed for diver production systems?

Nutritions and sections for sustainable poultry production schemes

Jack DEKKERS (US)

Ilias KYRIZAKIS (UK)

New frontiers in poultry science

PGC & Genome Editing : from laboratory to practice

Epigenetics, domestication and adaptation

Ethical issues of biotechnologies in animal production

Jae Yong HAN (KR)

Dominic WRIGHT (SE)

Thomas HEAMS (FR)

Session Title

Keynote's title

Invited speaker

Economy and sustainabilty of the Poultry Production Chain

Global Challenges for the conomy of the poultry sector

Peter VAN HORNE (NL)

Could poultry production become more sustainable?

Joel AUBIN (FR)

One health - One Welfare

The OIE perspective on current challenges for the health of poultry species

Matthew STONE (FR)

From poultry welfare to ethical issues about poultry farming

David FRASER (CA)

The bird and microbiotia

The intestinal microbiota, a central actor in the development of the immune response

Bernd KASPERS (DE)

Could poultry production become more sustainable?

Alessandra DE CAESARE (IT)

Breeding and nutrional strategies for sustainable poultry production schemes

The intestinal microbiota, a central actor in the development of the immune response

Jack DEKKERS (US)

Nutritions and sections for sustainable poultry production schemes

Ilias KYRIZAKIS (UK)

New frontiers in poultry sciences

PGC & Genome Editing : from laboratory to practice

Jae Yong HAN (KR)

Epigenetics, domestication and adaptation

Dominic WRIGHT (SE)

Ethical issues of biotechnologies in animal production

Thomas HEAMS (FR)

Alessandra DE CESARE

Alessandra De Caesare is Associate Professor of Food Safety and Inspection at the Department of Veterinary Medical Sciences, University of Bologna (Italy). She obtained her Master Degree in Molecular Microbiology and PhD in Food Sciences. She has been and is currently involved in many national and EU funded projects as both researcher and evaluator. Her main research topics focus on bacteria genotyping, metagenomic investigations of the chicken gut and poultry meat as well as definition of risk assessment-based food safety criteria to decrease prevalence and concentration of pathogenic bacteria in foods of animal origin. She is author of 71 publication in peer reviewed journals and is vice-editor in chief of the Italian Journal of Food Safety. She serves as Expert in the Biohazard panel of the European Food Safety Authority. Scopus author ID 56188134400; ORCID ID https://orcid.org/0000-0001-5216-6617.

Alessandra De Caesare is Associate Professor of Food Safety and Inspection at the Department of Veterinary Medical Sciences, University of Bologna (Italy). She obtained her Master Degree in Molecular Microbiology and PhD in Food Sciences. She has been and is currently involved in many national and EU funded projects as both researcher and evaluator. Her main research topics focus on bacteria genotyping, metagenomic investigations of the chicken gut and poultry meat as well as definition of risk assessment-based food safety criteria to decrease prevalence and concentration of pathogenic bacteria in foods of animal origin. She is author of 71 publication in peer reviewed journals and is vice-editor in chief of the Italian Journal of Food Safety. She serves as Expert in the Biohazard panel of the European Food Safety Authority. Scopus author ID 56188134400; ORCID ID https://orcid.org/0000-0001-5216-6617.

Ilias Kyriazakis is the Professor of Animal Science at the Institute for Global Food Security of Queen’s University Belfast. He is a veterinarian by training who specialises in the effects of animal management on their performance, the ability to cope with challenges, such as pathogens, and their environmental impact. He has worked with a variety of animal species ranging from mice to cows, but more recently his research has focused on pigs and poultry. His recent work in poultry addresses: 1) the effect on nutrition on the ability of birds to cope with pathogens, such as coccidian; 2) the use of alternative and home grown feeds in poultry systems and 3) the development of methods to assess the environmental impact of local and global poultry systems. His team was responsible for the assessment of the environmental impacts of the UK poultry systems and the identification of hotspots responsible for such impacts. Professor Kyriazakis is the recipient of several awards, including the Leroy Award by European Federation of Animal Sciences (EAAP) for International Excellence in Animal Science, and Fellow of national and International bodies.

Ilias KYRIAZAKIS

Ilias Kyriazakis is the Professor of Animal Science at the Institute for Global Food Security of Queen’s University Belfast. He is a veterinarian by training who specialises in the effects of animal management on their performance, the ability to cope with challenges, such as pathogens, and their environmental impact. He has worked with a variety of animal species ranging from mice to cows, but more recently his research has focused on pigs and poultry. His recent work in poultry addresses: 1) the effect on nutrition on the ability of birds to cope with pathogens, such as coccidian; 2) the use of alternative and home grown feeds in poultry systems and 3) the development of methods to assess the environmental impact of local and global poultry systems. His team was responsible for the assessment of the environmental impacts of the UK poultry systems and the identification of hotspots responsible for such impacts. Professor Kyriazakis is the recipient of several awards, including the Leroy Award by European Federation of Animal Sciences (EAAP) for International Excellence in Animal Science, and Fellow of national and International bodies.

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