Programme

IPVS IPRRSS 2018 PROGRAM
TIME

SUNDAY 10 JUNE 2018

13: 00-21: 00 Registration

MONDAY 11 JUNE 2018

08: 30-21: 00 Registration
08: 40-09: 00

HALL 1

2018 IPRRS Symposium

Opening Speech

Raymond R. R. Rowland and Hanchun Yang

Topic 1 Genetic Diversity and Evolution

Leading Chair: Hanchun Yang

Co-Chair:Tomasz Stadejek

09: 00-09: 30

Tomasz Stadejek

PRRSV epidemiology: Emergence of new virus strains

09: 30-09: 45

Qiaoya Zhang

A novel recombinant porcine reproductive and respiratory syndrome virus with significant variation in cell adaption and pathogenicity

09: 45-10: 00

Jesus Horacio Lara-Puente

PRRS virus lineages determined in Mexico with 128 sequences obtained during a 2006 – 2013 period

10: 00-10: 15

Jos Dortmans

Genetic diversity of porcine reproductive and respiratory syndrome virus (PRRSV) isolates in the Netherlands from 2014-2016

10: 15-10: 30

Ting Bian

Prevalence and recombination analysis of porcine reproductive and respiratory syndrome virus in recent years in China

10: 30-11: 00

COFFEE BREAK-POSTER VIEWING

Topic 2 Epidemiology and Clinical Diseases

Leading Chair: Tomasz Stadejek

Co-Chair: Falko Steinbach

11: 00-11: 30

Hanchun Yang

Current status of PRRS in China:Diversified strains and complicated clinical diseases

11: 30-11: 45

Jordi Soto Vigueras

Assessment of vertical transmission events in PRRSV -1 endemic farms and dynamics of infection in maternities and nurseries

11: 45-12: 00

Jose Angulo

PRRS virus detection at near-zero prevalence in neonatal piglets using processing fluid samples and applications for monitoring

12: 00-12: 15

Kathleen O’Hara

Network analysis of swine shipments in China: the value for animal health, food safety and security

12: 15-12: 30

Cesar Corzo

Regional monitoring for PRRSV

12: 30-13: 30

LUNCH-POSTER VIEWING

HALL 1

Topic 3 Virus-host Interaction and Pathogenesis

Leading Chair: Kay Faaberg

Co-Chair: Dongwan Yoo

HALL 2

Pre-Congress Session for the Chinese Swine Practitioners

Chair: Yongguang Zhang

13: 30-14: 00

Ying Fang

Novel mechanisms of PRRSV infection: intercellular transmission and persistence

Huanchun Chen

Overview of swine diseases in China

14: 00-14: 30

Ping Jiang

The key viral proteins of PRRSV impairs the function of monocyte -derived dendritic cells via the release of soluble CD83

XueFeng Wei

Improvement of animal vaccine technology and the prevention of major infectious diseases in intensive pig farms

Fengxiong Yue

How to select proper CSFV live vaccine?

Ping Yu

The pig farm that meets environmental regulations with a high level of biosecurity

Yan Li

The epidemic characteristics and prevention strategies of swine Senecavirus infection

14: 30-14: 45

Ana M.M. Stoian

Peptide sequence domains in SRCR5 of CD163 that contribute to recognition by PRRSV-2

14: 45-15: 00

Hanzhong Ke

Interaction of PRRSV nsp1-beta and the cellular protein nucleoporin 62 inhibits host mRNA nuclear export and host cell gene expression

15: 00-15: 15

Jiangwei Song

Network mapping reveals regulated interactions among PRRSV nonstructural proteins

15: 15-15: 30

Xin-xin Chen

Identification of the RNA Pseudoknot within the 3’ End of PRRSV Genome as Pathogen Associated Molecular Pattern to Activate Antiviral Signaling via RIG-I and TLR3

15: 30-16: 00 COFFEE BREAK-POSTER VIEWING

Leading Chair: Ying Fang

Co-Chair: Jun Han

Chair: Guihong Zhang

16: 00-16: 30

Jun Han

A decade journey with the Chinese HP-PRRSV: what have we learned about its pathogenic mechanisms?

Gaiping Zhang

Rapid diagnostic technology for swine diseases

Kegong Tian

PCV3: a threat to the pig industry?

Peng Li

Virus escape and counter strategy under non-stop vaccination selective pressure in field conditions.

Jianli Li

Variations and immune strategies of porcine epidemic diarrhea virus (PEDV)

16: 30-16: 45

Nicholas John Catanzaro

Porcine reproductive and respiratory syndrome virus induces stress granules closely associated with viral replication complexes and suppression of host translation

16: 45-17: 00

Zhiyong Ma

Proteomic analysis of the secretome of porcine alveolar macrophages infected with porcine reproductive and respiratory syndrome virus

17: 00-17: 15

Wen-hai Feng

NSP2 is crucial for highly pathogenic porcine productive and respiratory syndrome virus to trigger high fever in pigs

17: 15-17: 30

Jiexiong Xie

Identification of sites in GP2a of Type 1 porcine reproductive and respiratory syndrome virus (PRRSV1) responsible for MARC-145 adaptation

13:00-21:00

Exhibition Open

17: 45-18: 30

HALL 4 OPENING CEREMONY

18: 30-19: 00

Opening Lecture-Tom Alexander Memorial Lecture

Trevor Drew

Emerging porcine diseases – the drivers and the dogma

19: 00-21: 00

WELCOME RECEPTION

TUESDAY 12 JUNE 2018

Session 1

HALL 1

2018 IPRRS Symposium/Virology & Viral Diseases

Topic 4 Immunology and Host Genetic Resistance

Leading Chair: Raymond R. R. Rowland Co-Chair: Christine Tait-Burkard

Session 2

HALL 2

Veterinary Public Health & Food Safety

Leading Chair: Jianghong Meng

Co-Chair: Won Hyung Lee

Session 3

HALL 3

Bacteriology & Bacterial Diseases

Leading Chair: Patrick Kirwan

Co-Chair: David Hampson

Session 4

HALL 4

Nutrition & Herds Health Management

Leading Chair: Thomas G. Gillespie

Co-Chair: Fernanda Almeida

09: 00-09: 30

Enric Mateu

Virulence and immunity in PRRS virus infection

Xiang-Jin Meng

Emerging and zoonotic viruses in swine: swine hepatitis E virus as an example

Ait-Ali Tahar

Understanding and combating pig proliferative enteropathy: Any news from the frontline

De Wu

Nutrient-dependent regulation of health to optimze the reproductive performance of sows in modern swine production

09: 30-10: 00

Changjiang Weng

Porcine reproductive and respiratory syndrome virus and Haemophilus parasuis coinfection enhances inflammatory responses

Alexander William Tucker

An integrated management -based approach for surveillance and control of zoonoses in emerging livestock systems: Myanmar Pig Partnership (MPP)

Ho-Seong CHO

Modified method for the Minimal Inhibitory Concentration (MIC) determination of Lawsonia intracellularis without cell culture system using propidium monoazide-qPCR

Stephane Durosoy

Effect of zinc oxide sources and doses on weaned piglets

Talita Resende

Instestinal lymphangectasis and lipogranulomatous lymphangitis in pigs

Visara Chit-Opas

In vitro comparison of antimicrobial activities against three isolates of Lawsonia intracellularis generated from pigs in Thailand

Juan Canter Gonzalez

Influence of polyphenols (hydroxytyrosol) supplementation on oxidative and metabolic status of weaned piglets

10: 00-10: 15

Chaoliang Leng

ORF1a of highly pathogenic PRRS attenuated vaccine virus plays a key role in neutralizing antibody induction in piglets and virus neutralization in vitro

Janneke Allaart

Dynamics of Extended-spectrum β-lactamase (ESBL)/AmpC -producing Escherichia coli levels in the intestinal tract of weaned piglets

Sayoko Ishizeki

Improvement of pork odor using vaccination against Lawsonia intracellularis: a case report

Kampon Kaeoket

Sow colostrum and milk composition after supplementation of multi-strains probiotic Bactosac in feed during late gestation sow

10: 15-10: 30

Dongwan Yoo

PRRSV nucleocapsid protein binding to PIAS1 activates NF-kB for production of proinflammatory mediators

Tijs Jan-Willem Tobias

Tailor-made coaching antimicrobial reduction in pig farms within the Belgium – Dutch cross border project; i-4-1-health

Vladimir Draskovic

A technique to monitor plant-based feed additive’s efficacy in controlling Lawsonia intracellularis infections in pigs

Shuang Li

Supplementation with organic acids showing different effect on growth performance, gut morphology and microbiota of weaned pigs fed with highly or less digestible diets

10: 30-11: 00

COFFEE BREAK -POSTER VIEWING & EXHIBITION

Leading Chair: Enric Mateu

Co-Chair: Changjiang Weng

Leading Chair: Xiang-Jin Meng

Co-Chair: Qin Wang

Leading Chair: Ait-Ali Tahar

Co-Chair: Zhangqi Shen

Leading Chair: Bent Nielsen

Co-Chair: De Wu

11:00-11: 30

Raymond R. R. Rowland

Models for understanding the genetics of the host response to PRRSV infection

Jianghong Meng

Multidrug-resistant Salmonella: a threat to food safety and public health

David John Hampson

Automated genome sequence interrogation to support surveillance, tracking and control of Brachyspira hyodysenteriae infections

Thomas G. Gillespie

Herd health management through prevention and control of pathogens Prevention starting with biosecurity

Roderick Michael Card

Identification of a new pleuromutilin resistance gene in Brachyspira hyodysenteriae, aetiological agent of swine dysentery

11: 30-12: 00

Christine Tait-Burkard

Gene edited pigs are resistant to PRRSV infection whilst maintaining biological function of the editing target gene CD163

Alejandro Casanova Higes

The use of organic acids at lairage and its effect on pig Salmonella shedding at slaughter

Shizhen Ma

Mobile colistin resistance gene mcr-5 in porcine Aeromonas hydrophila

Pieter Langendijk

Sows with prolonged parturition already compromised from the start of expulsion

Zihao Zhou

The prevalence and load of Salmonella, and key risk points of Salmonella contamination in a swine slaughterhouse in Jiangsu province, China

Jan Bernardy

Emerging Clostridium difficile in swine

Paul John Justo Alvaran

Using lung scoring as a tool to evaluate thoracic lesions in pigs from selected slaughterhouses in the province of Batangas, Philippines

12: 00-12: 15

Xiangbin You

The let-7 family of miRNAs inhibits replication of porcine reproductive and respiratory syndrome virus in vitro and in vivo

Jianmin Zhang

High prevalence and multidrug resistance of Salmonella from retail pork in Guangdong, China

Liu Yang

Analysis of microbial community structure in the digestive tract of Rongchang pigs of different age

Juan Antonio Mesonero Escuredo

Replacing in-feed antibiotics with feed additives and the effects in performance and immune response of weaning piglets

12: 15-12: 30

Simon Paul Graham

Genetic programming of porcine memory B cells to enable the isolation of PRRSV -neutralising monoclonal antibodies

Janneke Allaart

Enhanced immune response during Salmonella infection improves animal health and performance in weaned piglets

Weiping Zhang

MEFA (multiepitope fusion antigen), a structural vaccinology approach for vaccines against porcine post-weaning diarrhea (PWD)

Andreia Arruda

Assessing differences in microbiome between cull, sick, and healthy sows

12: 30-13: 30

LUNCH-POSTER VIEWING & EXHIBITION

Topic 5 Diagnostics and Vaccines

Leading Chair: Hans Nauwynck

Co-Chair: Fernando A. Osorio

Session 5

Swine Production & Welfare

Leading Chair: John James McGlone

Co-Chair: Peter Stevenson

Leading Chair: Paul Richard Langford

Co-Chair: Ait-Ali Tahar

Session 6

Virology & Viral Diseases

Leading Chair: Weihuan Fang

Co-Chair: Per Wallgren

13: 30-14: 00

Xiang-Jin Meng

Designing novel vaccines against porcine reproductive and respiratory syndrome virus

Peter Stevenson

Improving pig welfare and meeting emerging challenges

Jaime Maldonado

Innovative and simple method to detect verotoxigenic Escherichia coli (VTEC) by combining the pig oral fluid and the FTA® technology in a qPCR assay

Joaquim Segalés

Current challenges of porcine circovirus 2 prevention and control

Astrid De Greeff

The effects of probiotics in pigs on host responses and microbiota composition and their putative role to prevent Escherichia coli infections

14: 00-14: 15

Haiyan Sun

Development of a broadly protective vaccine against porcine reproductive and respiratory syndrome virus using a synthetic strategy

Bruno Bracco Donatelli Muro

Does the supplementation of natural progesterone or altrenogest have any effect on sows’ corpora lutea development? (Preliminary results)

Siyeong Choi

Compounds of organic acids, cinnamaldehyde and Permeabilizing Complex™ (PC) impact on growth performance and modulation of gut microbiome in weaning piglets

Lucina Galina-Pantoja

Evaluation of a novel PCV + M. hyopneumoniae vaccine in swine experimentally challenged with PCV2d and M. hyopneumoniae under commercial conditions

14: 15-14: 30

Reid Chandler Philips

Efficacy of Ingelvac PRRS® MLV against a heterologous PRRSV 1-3-4 RFLP challenge

Tijs Jan-Willem Tobias

High aerial ammonia as cause for increased rate of return to oestrus in sows; a case report

Xiangyang Qu

The diagnosis and control of one acute case of suckling piglets related to E.coli infection

Martijn Steenaert

No influence of maternal antibodies on piglet serological IgM response to PCV2 vaccination

14: 30-14: 45

Alvaro Aldaz

Vaccination of 1-day-old pigs with a new porcine reproductive and respiratory syndrome (PRRS) modified live attenuated vaccine confers 26 weeks duration of immunity (DOI)

Juan Antonio Mesonero Escuredo

Prevalence of fecal pathogens in different swine production phases

Miquel Collell

Ssment of antibody response and efficacy of vaccines against neonatal diarrhoea by E.coli

Jianfa Bai

Genome diversity and multiplex detection assay development for PCV3 and PCV2 viruses

14: 45-15: 00

Adthakorn Madapong

Protective efficacy of commercial PRRS MLV against dual challenge with Type 1 and highly pathogenic PRRS isolates in experimental pigs

Gefferson Almeida Silva

Evaluation of non-infectious causes of preweaning mortality in piglets

Frédéric ACJ Vangroenweghe

Vaccination with a live bivalent E. coli F4/F18 vaccine for the prevention of F18-ETEC postweaning diarrhea

Aleksandra Wozniak

Detection of porcine circovirus type 3 (PCV3) and porcine circovirus type 2 (PCV2) in farms vaccinated and non-vaccinated against PCV2

15: 00-15: 15

Junru Cui

The use of GP5 mosaic T-cell vaccine in a DNA prime vaccinia boost format to cross-protect swine against heterologous PRRSV strains

Jerome Geiger

Elimination of Senecavirus A from a breeding stock flow

Rutger Jansen

Comparing post-weaning mortality in pigs born from sows vaccinated with two different Coli- Clostridia combination vaccines

Ieharu Sasaki

Development of antibody titers after porcine circovirus vaccination in piglets with different levels of maternally -derived antibody

15: 15-15: 30

Jianqiang Zhang

Improvement of PRRSV isolation from clinical samples using a ZMAC cell line

Marta Ferrer

Comparative study to evaluate immunity induced by E. coli-Clostridium vaccines

Cristina Ferino Legaspi

Comparison of serum PCR assay for porcine circovirus 2 with histopathology in slaughter pigs from the Philippines

15: 30-16: 00 COFFEE BREAK -POSTER VIEWING & EXHIBITION
16: 00-18: 00 Boehringer Ingelheim-Symposium MSD Animal Health-Symposium Zoetis Animal Health-Symposium

WEDNESDAY 13 JUNE 2018

Session 7

HALL 1

2018 IPRRS Symposium/Virology & Viral Diseases

Session 8

HALL 2

Emerging and Re-emerging Swine Diseases

Session 9

HALL 3

Bacteriology & Bacterial Diseases

Session 10

HALL 4

Virology & Viral Diseases

Leading Chair: Jianqiang Zhang

Co-Chair: Hans Nauwynck

Leading Chair: Denis Kolbasov

Co-Chair: Daesub Song

Leading Chair: Dominiek Maes

Co-Chair: Suphot Wattanapansak

Leading Chair: Paul Becher

Co-Chair: Huaji Qiu

09: 00-09: 30

Hans Nauwynck

Changing Siglec-usage of PRRSV to enter macrophages, the basis of differences in PRRSV virulence/pathogenicity and evolution?

Kyoungjin J. Yoon

U.S. experience with Seneca Valley virusassociated vesicular disease

Gottschalk Marcelo

Actinobacillus pleuropneumoniae : why do we still have problems to control the disease?

Changchun Tu

Molecular epidemiology of classical swine fever virus and its control in China

09: 30-09: 45

Rutger Jansen

The use of processing fluids compared to serum for determination the PRRS type 1 status of neonatal piglets on a commercial Dutch farm

Guangzhi Tong

Re-emerged pseudorabies virus: What has been changed?

Qi Sun

Diagnosis, prevention and control of porcine respiratory disease complex in an intensive pig farm

Yingju Xia

Dynamic distribution of classical swine fever virus in a subacute infection model

09: 45-10: 00

Simon Chung

A field-deployable RT-PCR system performs equivalently to real-time RT-PCR in detecting type 2 porcine reproductive and respiratory syndrome virus

Roman Krejci

The European survey on lung lesions in slaughter pigs in 2017

Yuan Sun

Eradication of classical swine fever in China: Is it far away?

10: 00-10: 15

Carles Vilalta

New strategies for sampling piglets

Qingyun Liu

The difference in pathogenic characteristics between PRV variant strains

Tijs Jan-Willem Tobias

Absence of Actinobacillus pleuropneumoniae in semen from serologically positive tested AI-boars

Qin Wang

Research achievements of CSF diagnostic techniques

10: 15-10: 30

Jianfa Bai

Development of a Luminex multiplex assay for the detection of PRRS and PCV viruses and for PRRS vaccine differentiations in the US

Joaquim Segalés

Porcine forebrain vacuolization: a novel condition of pigs associated with wasting

Doris Hoeltig

PleuroRes: Identification of genetic markers associated with enhanced resistance to porcine pleuropneumonia

Alexei D. Zaberezhny

Approaches for control of classical swine fever in Russia

10: 30-11: 00 COFFEE BREAK -POSTER VIEWING & EXHIBITION

Topic 6 Control and Elimination

Leading Chair: Lars Erik Larsen

Co-Chair: Ping Jiang

Leading Chair: Kyoungjin J. Yoon

Co-Chair: Yue Wang

Leading Chair: Gottschalk Marcelo

Co-Chair: Guoqing Shao

Leading Chair: Changchun Tu

Co-Chair: Jens Peter Nielsen

11: 00-11: 30

Enmin Zhou

Antiviral strategies against PRRSV infection

Daesub Song

Emergence of mutants of porcine epidemic diarrhea viruses (PEDV) in Korea and application of nanobiotechnology for vaccine adjuvant against PEDV

Dominiek Maes

Mycoplasma hyopneumoniae infections: update on pathogenesis, vaccination and control

Paul Becher

Pathogenesis, diagnosis and control of classical swine fever virus and other porcine pestiviruses

11: 30-11: 45

Miquel Collel

B-eSecure: electronic system to measure and improve biosecurity on pig farms

Terri L O'Sullivan

Network analysis on the contact structure between swine herds and feed suppliers during the 2014 porcine epidemic diarrhea outbreak in Canada

Luis Gimenez-Lirola

Chimeric variant membrane surface lipoprotein (VlpA-G) as biomarker for early diagnosis of active Mycoplasma hyorhinis infection

Alexander Grahofer

First description of congenital tremor in a Swiss pig farm caused by atypical porcine pestivirus infection

11: 45-12: 00

Liangke Su

Questionnaire survey result of the current biosecurity situation in China pig farms by COMBAT

Di Wang

The S gene is necessary but not sufficient for the virulence of epidemic PEDV strains

Jerome Geiger

Determining time to Mycoplasma hyopneumoniae stability in naive herds following whole herd exposure

Feng Zhou

The first porcine Getah virus strain in China: Isolation and identification

12: 00-12: 15

Yugo Watanabe

Development of biosecurity assessment tool to evaluate biosecurity practices on Japanese commercial swine farms

Yue Wang

Porcine epidemic diarrhea virus-induced epidermal growth factor receptor activation impairs the antiviral activity of type I interferon

Maria Jose Clavijo

Longitudinal assessment of M. hyopneumoniae natural infection in gilts

Stefan Vilcek

Identification and typing of astroviruses in wild boars

12: 15-12: 30

Pieter Rengen Van

PRRS risk assessment of Dutch sow herds using COMBAT

Pinghuang Liu

IL-22 suppresses the infection of porcine enteric coronaviruses by activating STAT3 signal pathway

Maria Pieters

The effect of gilt flow on Mycoplasma hyopneumoniae acclimation

Maciej Frant

Preparation and modification of African swine fever virus strain for CRISPR/Cas9 modification.

12: 30-13: 30 LUNCH-POSTER VIEWING & EXHIBITION

Leading Chair: Enmin Zhou

Co-Chair: Lars Erik Larsen

Leading Chair: Trevor Drew

Co-Chair: Pinghuang Liu

Leading Chair: Qigai He

Co-Chair: John Hwa Lee

Leading Chair: Joaquim Segalés

Co-Chair: Zhenhai Chen

13: 30-14: 00

Lars Erik Larsen

PRRSV control – the Danish way

Denis Kolbasov

Ten years with African swine fever (ASF)- Lessons learned

Martina Ustulin

A study on the transmission of Mycoplasma hyorhinis in suckling piglets in two farm in northern Italy

Montserrat Torremorell

Transmission of influenza A virus in pigs: the role of the piglet

Wouter Depondt

Efficacy of Vetmulin® for the control of Mycoplasma suis infections

14: 00-14: 15

Poul Henning Rathkjen

Metaanalyses of biosecurity and management high risk scores in selected European countries based on COMBAT questionnaires

Andrzej Krzysztof Jarynowski

Early warning analysis of African Swine Fever propagation in Eastern Europe

Di Gao

Current status of Mycoplasma hyopneumoniae infection in Chinese swine herds as determined by lung scoring at slaughter

Fabian Orlando Chamba Pardo

Influenza herd-level prevalence and seasonality in Midwestern US breeding herds

14: 15-14: 30

Victor Rodriguez-Vega

Implementation of the 5 steps process platform for PRRS control in a farm in Spain

Lei Zhou

Identification and evolutionary analysis of atypical porcine Pestivirus in China

Paul Emil Yeske

A survival analysis of Mycoplasma hyopneumoniae elimination protocols

Jesus Horacio Lara-Puente

Swine influenza virus subtypes present in Mexico 2010 – 2017

14: 30-14: 45

Marius Kunze

PRRSV successfully handled with whole herd vaccination. Concept and biosafety analysis.

Aojie Wang

Molecular detection,isolation and identification of getah virus from pigs in 4 provinces in China

ROMAN KREJCI

Comparison of lung lesions in slaughter pigs vaccinated with different M.hyopneumopniae vaccines during a yearly survey in Germany and Austria

Pia Ryt-Hansen

Optimal influenza A virus vaccination: Sows or piglets?

14: 45-15: 00

Jose Angulo

Elimination of vaccine porcine reproductive and respiratory syndrome virus as part of PRRS elimination program using load-closehomogenize method

Talita Pilar Resende

Next-generation sequencing coupled with in situ hybridization: a novel diagnostic platform to identify emerging pathogens and new variants of endemic viruses

Qiyan Xiong

Preparation of the ISCOMs of Mycoplasma hyopneumoniae P97R1 and its ability to enhance the effect of intramuscularly immunized live vaccine

Brad Jay Thacker

Dynamics of porcine parainfluenza virus shedding in sows and their piglets

15: 00-15: 15

Allison Margaret Kirwan

Economic value of porcine reproductive and respiratory syndrome type 1 stabilization on a large pig unit in Ireland

Friederike Zeeh

Pigs and a crow residing close to pig farms share the same genotype of Brachyspira hyodysenteriae

Victor Rodriguez-Vega

Survey update on Mycoplasma hyopneumoniae acclimation of gilts in the Spanish swine industry

Michael Welch

Pathogenesis and transmission of a novel porcine parainfluenza virus isolate (MN25890NS/2016) in weaned and CDCD piglets

15: 15-15: 30

Laura Batista

Capture efficiency of filters against airborne pig pathogen models in an ASHRAE Standard 52.2 test duct

TIEN DUY DO

Evaluation of pathogenicity of Balantidium coli in weaned pigs collected from several pig farms in Southern, Vietnam

Joaquim Segalés

The use of Hyogen and Circovac vaccines by separate or combined is effective against the experimental challenge against Mycoplasma hyopneumoniae or Porcine circovirus 2

Hepzibar Clilverd

Deep-sequencing characterization of 16 Rotavirus A outbreaks in sucking piglets in Spain

15: 30-15: 45

Alvaro Hidalgo

Serology and molecular diagnostics for PRRS

15: 45-16: 00

Closing Remark

Closing Remark

15: 30-16: 00

COFFEE BREAK -POSTER VIEWING & EXHIBITION

16: 00-18: 00 ELANCO-Symposium

Swine Veterinarian Salon

Leading Chair: Thomas G. Gillespie

Co-Chairs: Martin Bonneau

Lei Zhou

18: 30-21: 00

S2

The 50th Anniversary Celebration of IPVS

GALA DINNER

THURSDAY 14 JUNE 2018

Session 11

HALL 1

Swine Production & Welfare

Leading Chair: Peter Evans

Co-Chair: Alberto Stephano

Session 12

HALL 2

Swine Farm Management & Environmental Control

Leading Chair: Hongmin Dong

Co-Chair: Satoshi Otake

Session 13

HALL 3

Bacteriology & Bacterial Diseases

Leading Chair: Virginia Aragón

Co-Chair: Qigai He

Session 14

HALL 4

Virology & Viral Diseases

Leading Chair: Jun Han

Co-Chair: Qizu Zhao

09: 00-09: 30

Khampee Kortheerakul

Outlook of pig farming in China and ASEAN countries during these 2 decade years, herd health management and food safety direction

Satoshi Otake

Prevention and control of swine diseases through biosecurity

Qigai He

The prevalence, prevention and control strategies of swine bacterial diseases in China

Jeffrey Zimmerman

Contemporary issues in the surveillance of pig diseases

09: 30-09: 45

Henrik Elvang Jensen

Age estimation of porcine wounds based on gross evaluation

Sarah Probst Miller

Impact of two training implementation plans on post-training competency expression of personnel on farm

Thomas Wileman

Surveillance for Streptococcus suis needs to account for relatively low abundance of diseaseassociated strains relative to non-disease associated strains in carrier pigs

Yuchen Nan

The pathogenesis and risk for public health of zoonotic Hepatitis E virus

09: 45-10: 00

Ilias Chantziaras

Risk and protective factors for health, welfare and performance in sows and piglets in 8 EU countries. Part 1: Focus on health-related performance parameters

Andres Diaz

Truck wash procedures for commercial swine production in Mexico do not meet the industry expectations

Carlos Emilio Cabrera Matajira

Genotypic characterization of Streptococcus suis isolated from diseased pigs in Brazil using PFGE

Piotr Niewitecki

Patterns of HEV circulation on various types of pig farms in Poland

10: 00-10: 15

Michael Hahne

Influence of different farrowing and weaning systems on the welfare and health of weaner pigs

Julia Adriana Calderon Diaz

Cross-fostering practices in a farrow-to-finish commercial farm

Geng Zou

A population-level study of antimicrobial resistance genes in Streptococcus suis in clinically heathy pigs in China and the UK

Nitipong Homwong

The diversity of the eleven gene segments of rotaviruses C among the host species

10: 15-10: 30

Honggui Liu

Effect of feeding method on the behavior, physiology and reproductive performance of group-housed pregnant sows

Jan Jourquin

Impact of runting on colostrum intake, survival chances and development

Yanhua Li

The potential target proteins analysis of macrolide antibiotics inhibiting the biofilm formation by Streptococcus suis

10: 30-11: 00

COFFEE BREAK -POSTER VIEWING & EXHIBITION

Leading Chair: Khampee Kortheerakul

Co-Chair: Zhichun Yan

Leading Chair: Satoshi Otake

Co-Chair: Hongmin Dong

Leading Chair: Guoqing Shao

Co-Chair: Virginia Aragón

Leading Chair: Jeffrey Zimmerman

Co-Chair: Haixue Zheng

11: 00-11: 15

Choew Kong Mah

A comparison of immunocastrated pigs versus physically castrated pigs and entire males: metaanalysis of most relevant parameters for pig producers

Hongmin Dong

Manure treatment and utilization in China

Virginia Aragón

Pathogenicity of Haemophilus parasuis and control of Glässer’s disease

Qizu Zhao

Swine foot-and-mouth disease--the key strategy for FMD control in China

11: 15-11: 30

Flemming Thorup

Revitalizing weak new born piglets with glucose and heating

11: 30-11: 45

James Mark Hammer

Plasma and milk concentrations of tiamulin hydrogen fumarate when administration via drinking water to periparturient sows

John Carr

Use of infra-red thermography to assist control of evaporative cool cells

Jasmin Brauns

Respiratory pathogen spectrum in affected and non-affected weaners from piglet producing farms with recurring respiratory disease

Yeonsu Oh

Different immunogenicity at post FMD vaccination: the role of porcine gut microbiome in immunogenicity

11: 45-12: 00

Terri O‘Sullivan

Pharmacokinetics of ketoprofen in nursing piglets when compounded with iron dextran prior to injection

Ernesto Jr Balolong

Field evaluation study on post vaccination reactions of one-shot Pneumostar SIV® versus a commercial two-shot SIV vaccine in young pigs

Nubia Macedo

Molecular characterization of Haemophilus parasuis field isolates by serotyping PCR (sPCR) and virulence -associated autotransporters PCR (vtaA-PCR)

Haixue Zheng

Deletion in pseudoknots region of the 5′- untranslated region implies a possible shift from cattle to pigs as the carrier for spread of serotype O foot-and-mouth disease virus

12: 00-12: 15

Joaquín Miguel Escuder

Two Step Dilution

Charlie Cador

Control of swine influenza a virus endemic persistence in farrow-to-finish herds: insights from a stochastic metapopulation model

Zhong Peng

Genetic characteristics of Pasteurella multocida isolated from pigs in China

Keshan Zhang

Transmission of pig foot-and-mouth disease maternal antibody and it’s negative effect on vaccine immunity

12: 15-12: 30

Fernanda Almeida

Andrological evaluation in high genetic merit boars from maternal and terminal cores lines

Yeonsu Oh

Current clinical status of Lawsonia intracellularis infection in Korea: a lack of acclimatization?

Gustavo Simão

Evaluation of the thermo-assisted drying and decontamination system and ozone gas for sanitation of livestock transport vehicles

Pablo Pineyro

Seroprevalence of Senecavirus A in swine herds in the United States

12: 30-13: 30 LUNCH-POSTER VIEWING & EXHIBITION

Session 15

HALL 1

Virology & Viral Diseases

Leading Chair: Montserrat Torremorell

Co-Chair: Qiuhong Wang

13: 30-14: 00

Weihuan Fang

Advances in the development of novel marker vaccines against classical swine fever

14: 00-14: 15

Jianqiang Zhang

Identification of porcine epidemic diarrhea virus variant with a large spike gene deletion from a clinical swine sample in the USA

14: 15-14; 30

Qiuhong Wang

Two trafficking signaling motifs at the end of the spike protein of porcine epidemic diarrhea virus are virulence determinants in pigs

14: 30-14: 45

Luis Gabriel Gimenez-Lirola

Characterization of the immune response against porcine hemagglutinating encephalomyelitis virus in grow-finisher pigs

14: 45-15: 00

Pablo Pineyro

Porcine hemagglutinating encephalomyelitis coronavirus in Argentina. A serological survey on farms of high, medium and low biosecurity

15: 00-15: 30

COFFEE BREAK

HALL 1

15: 30-17: 30

IPVS General Assembly

Bids for IPVS 2022

Closing Ceremony