I Congresso Internacional de Sanidade de Pequenos Ruminantes e I Congresso Internacional de Lentiviroses de Pequenos Ruminantes

9 de dezembro de 2019, 08h00 até 11 de dezembro de 2019, 17h00
Anfiteatro Altino Antunes. Faculdade de Medicina Veterinaria e Zootecnia, Universidade de Sao Paulo - São Paulo, SP

Informações

Evento internacional direcionado aos estudantes de graduação e pós graduação eprofissionaisem Medicina Veterinária e Zootecnia ecriadores de caprinos e ovinos.

O evento contará com renomados palestrantes nacionais e internacionais, queoferecerãoinformacões atualizadas sobre

os principais assuntos voltadosa clínica de pequenos ruminantes, com destaque para aslentiviroses de pequenos ruminantes (Artrite Encefalite Caprina e Maedi-Visna).

PROGRAMAÇÃO

09 de dezembro de 2019 (Segunda-feira)

08:30 – 10:00 Credenciamento e Abertura

10:00 – 10:50 "Situação do Brasil hoje em relação a lentiviroses de pequenos ruminantes"

Prof. Dr. Roberto Soares de Castro - Universidade Federal Rural de Pernambuco, Recife, Brasil

10:50– 11:30 "Palestra Magna “A importância da sanidade de pequenos ruminantes”

Prof. Sergio Rosati -Università degli Studio de Torino, Itália

11:30 - 12:15 "Conviver ou não com as lentiviroses Artrite Encefalite Caprina"

Dr. Raymundo Rizaldo Pinheiro - Embrapa Caprinos e Ovinos, Ceará, Brasil

12:15– 14:00 Almoço

14:00 – 15:00 “Lentivirus de Pequenos Ruminantes – aspectos gerais e enfoque no controle”

Dr. Alexander Tavella -Istituto Zooprofilattico Sperimentale dele Venezie, Itália

15:00 – 15:30“Diagnóstico e controle de linfadenite no Brasil”

Dra. Alessandra Figueiredo de Castro Nassar-Instituto Biológico, São Paulo, Brasil.
15:30 - 16:00 "Lentiviroses no Estado de São Paulo – situação atual"

Dra. Maria do Carmo C.S.H. Lara-Instituto Biológico, São Paulo, Brasil.

16:00 – 16:30 Coffee-break e visita aos pôsters

16:30 – 17:00 "Atualidades sobre o controle de verminoses"

Prof. Dra. Lilian Gregory-Faculdade de Medicina Veterinária e Zootecnia - Universidade de São Paulo, São Paulo, Brasil.

17:00 – 17:30 "Prevenção das enfermidades metabólicas em pequenos ruminantes" -

Prof. Dra. Maria Claudia Araripe Sucupira-Faculdade de Medicina Veterinária e Zootecnia - Universidade de São Paulo, São Paulo, Brasil.

10 de dezembro de 2019 (Terça-feira)

09:00 – 10:00 "Isolamento e Caracterização de Lentiviroses de pequenos ruminantes em Piemont”

Dr. Luigi Bertolotti-Università degli Studio de Torino, Itália

10:00 – 10:30Coffee-break e visita aos pôsters

10:30 – 11:30 "Lentívirus de pequenos ruminantes: caracterização genética e antigênica de isolados de caprinos e ovinos do Brasil".

Dra. Gissandra Farias Braz-Centro Universitário INTA (UNINTA), Ceará, Brasil

11:30 – 12:15 "Micoplasmose em pequenos ruminantes"

Msc. Natália CarrilloGaeta-Faculdade de Medicina Veterinária e Zootecnia - Universidade de São Paulo, São Paulo, Brasil

12:30 – 14:00 Almoço

14:00 – 15:00 "Língua azul: aspectos gerais, diagnóstico e controle"

Dra. Liria Hiromi Okuda-Instituto Biológico, São Paulo, Brasil

15:00 – 16:00 "Sanidade de pequenos ruminantes no nordeste brasileiro"

Dr. Huber Rizzo - Universidade Federal Rural de Pernambuco, Recife, Brasil

16:00 – 16:30Coffee-break e visita aos pôsters

16:30 – 17:30 "Doenças respiratórias em pequenos ruminantes"

Prof. Dra. Délia Lacasta-Universidad de Zaragoza, Espanha

11 de dezembro de 2019 (Quarta-feira)

09:00 – 9:30 "Mastite em pequenos ruminantes"

Dra. Alice Maria M. D. Libera- Faculdade de Medicina Veterinária e Zootecnia, Universidade de São Paulo, São Paulo, Brasil

09:30 – 10:30 "Diagnóstico por imagem da doença respiratória em pequenos ruminantes"

Dr. Luis Miguel F. Mayayo-Universidad de Zaragoza, Espanha

10:30 – 11:00 Coffee-break e visita aos pôsters

11:00 – 12:00 "Pestivirus em pequenos ruminantes"

Dr. Alexander Tavella-Instituto Zooprofilattico Sperimentale dele Venezie, Itália

12:30 – 14:00 Almoço

14:00 – 15:00 "Atualidades sobre herpesvírus caprino"

Dr. Luigi Bertolotti-Università degli Studio de Torino, Itália

15:00 – 16:00“Diagnóstico sorológico das lentiviroses de pequenos ruminantes

Prof. Sergio Rosati-Università degli Studio de Torino, Itália

16:00 – 16:30Coffee-break e visita aos pôsters

16:30 – 17:30Mesa Redonda : Futuro do Controle das Lentiviroses de Pequenos Ruminantes

Observação: algumas palestras serão proferidas em inglês e não haverá tradução simultânea.

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Luigi Bertolotti

Credenciamento

Estudantes de graduação e pós graduação devem apresentar comprovante de matricula da instituição e documento com foto. Para todas as categorias (estudante de graduação e pós graduação, profissional e criador), recomenda-se levar comprovante de inscrição recebido no e-mail cadastrado. Após o término das inscrições online, as mesmas poderão ser realizadas presencialmente no dia do evento, dependendo da disponibilidade de vagas no anfiteatro.

Anfiteatro Altino Antunes. Faculdade de Medicina Veterinaria e Zootecnia, Universidade de Sao Paulo

Rua Professor Orlando Marques Paiva, 87

Butantã, São Paulo - SP

05508270

Anfiteatro Altino Antunes. Faculdade de Medicina Veterinaria e Zootecnia, Universidade de Sao Paulo

Rua Professor Orlando Marques Paiva, 87

Butantã, São Paulo - SP

05508270

Realização

Apoio

Colaborador

Grupo de Estudos em Clínica de Ruminantes e Extensionismo

Natalia Carrillo Gaeta

School of Veterinary Medicine and Animal Science of University of São Paulo, Brazil


Doctor in Veterinary Medicine - Faculty of Veterinary Medicine and Animal Science of the University of São Paulo in 2013.

Master's degree in veterinary sciences with minor in internal medicine - Department of Clinical Medicine of FMVZ-USP in 2016.

Between 2015-2016 –  masters “sandwich” in the Department of Population Medicine and Diagnostic Science, College of Veterinary Medicine, Cornell University, USA.

She is currently a PhD student at the Department of Medical Clinic at FMVZ-USP, with a Research Internship at the Department of Animal Science, College of Agricultural Science, Pennsylvania State University, USA.

Her research focuses on cattle and sheep respiratory disease, small ruminant lentiviruses, clinical microbiology, bacterial resistance, environmental contamination, microbiome and mycoplasmosis.

She is currently a guest researcher at The Ganda Lab at Penn State University - Food Animal Microbiomes.

Luis Miguel Ferrer Mayayo

Universidad de Zaragoza, Spain


Born in Sástago (Zaragoza) in 1959. Graduate in Veterinary Medicine in 1981 and Doctor in Veterinary Medicine in 1996. I began my professional practice as soon as I finished working in free practice in the Lower Aragón and Zaragoza Rural area. I continued, hired by the GUVAC cooperative, of Carranza, Vizcaya, and returned again to Aragón to work in free exercise, forming the companies FERRER and SANCHO SC, first, and Gabinete Técnico Veterinario SL, later, being responsible for the sheep section until May 2002. From 1988, I started working as an associate professor of ruminant clinic, part time, until May 2002, and continued as a full time professor. Currently, I hold the position of Professor of Animal Pathology and Diploma of the European College of Small Ruminant Health Management. I have participated or directed about fifty projects and research contracts with the University of Zaragoza and with private companies. Being co-author of a patent for sheep artificial insemination, which is marketed. I am the author of 70 international articles in impact journals and more than 100 national articles and conference communications. Co-author of 16 books on ruminants (published in Spanish, French, English, Portuguese and Turkish) and participant in chapters of another 6 books. Co-director of six doctoral theses on real field processes. But the most important thing is that I like painting and I am the veterinarian who has colored the pathology.

Delia Lacasta

Universidad de Zaragoza, Spain


Delia Lacasta graduated at the Veterinary Faculty of Zaragoza, Spain in 1995. Since that moment she started working with sheep in a full time, first in a 2500 sheep farm and later in a Sheep and Goat Breeder Healthy Group (SBHG), located in the south of Huesca, Spain, with more than 20000 sheep. There she had been working for more than 13 years. At the same time she developed the PhD degree obtained in 2006 with a Cum Laude qualification. She had been working with the GTV (ruminants specialize enterprise) of Zaragoza, Spain for 15 years as sheep respiratory disorders specialist and in 2005 she started working at the university as a part time lecturer. In this moment and since 2010 she is working as a full time lecturer at the Veterinary Faculty of Zaragoza, Spain, being in charge of the Ruminant Clinical Service of this Faculty (SCRUM). She is Diplomate of the European College of Small Ruminants Health and Management (ECSRHM) since 2011 and she has 40 publications in peer reviewed journals (within the impact factor system) and more than 70 publications in other national and international journals, furthermore she has more than 100 presentations in national and international scientific meetings. Currently, she is member of the board of ECSRHM and of the Spanish Society of Sheep and Goat Production (SEOC).

                                                                                              

Gissandra Farias Braz

University Center INTA - UNINTA, Brazil


Borned in Penedo, Alagoas. Graduated in Veterinary Medicine at the Federal Rural University of Pernambuco in 2003, with specialization in Veterinary Medical residency in the Clinical Pathology area in 2004 at the Federal University of Minas Gerais (UFMG). PhD in Preventive Veterinary Medicine at UFMG in 2013. From 2012 to 2013 she held a sandwich doctorate at the ANSES Laboratory - L'Agence National de l'Alimentation Sanitaria - Niort, France, developing research involving characterization and diagnosis of Lentiviroses of Small Ruminants in Brazil , under the guidance of Stephen Valas. Works in research with retroviruses and infectious animal diseases and veterinary clinical pathology. Since 2014 she has been part of the faculty of the Veterinary Medicine course of the University Center INTA - UNINTA, also acting as vice - coordinator of CEUA - Ethics Committee in the use of animals. She is a member of the graduate and extension research group at the same institution, conducting donor and equine health and welfare projects in partnership with The Donkey Sanctuary of England and higher education institutions such as USP, University from São Paulo, UFMG and other government institutions.

Huber Rizzo

University Rural Federal of Pernambuco, Brazil


Graduated in Veterinary Medicine (2002) and residency in Clinic and Surgery of Large Animals (2003) from the University of Santo Amaro-SP, Masters and PhD in Veterinary Medical Clinic from the Faculty of Veterinary Medicine and Animal Science of USP (2006 and 2011). Actuality it’s a professor of the Ruminant Medical Clinic in University Federal Rural of Pernambuco, Post graduate Program in Veterinary Medicine, Coordinator of the DMV / UFRPE Buiatrics Study Group and Vice President of the Brazilian Association of Buiatria.

Raymundo Rizaldo Pinheiro

Brazilian Agricultural Research Corporation - Goats and Sheep, Brazil


Graduated in Veterinary Medicine from the State University of Ceará, specialist in Clinical Pathology and master's degree in Experimental and Comparative Pathology from University of São Paulo and PhD in Animal Science from the Federal University of Minas Gerais. He is currently a researcher at the Brazilian Agricultural Research Corporation (EMPRAPA Goats and Sheep) and an adjunct professor at Vale do Acaraú State University. Has experience in Veterinary Medicine, focusing on Infectious Illnesses of Animal, acting on the following subjects: goats and sheep diseases, small ruminant lentiviruses and epidemiology. Research productivity fellow of Cearense Foundation for Scientific and Technological Development Support - FUNCAP.

Alexander Tavella

Instituto Zooprofilattico Sperimentale dele Venezie, Italy


Alexander Tavella graduated in Veterinary medicine from the University of Vienna (Austria) and obtained his doctorate from the same University (Institute of Breeding and Genetics). He undertook a postgraduate specialization in Breeding, hygiene and pathology in aquatic species from the University of Padua (Italy). He currently works for the Diagnostic service of the Istituto Zooprofilattico Sperimentale delle Venezie (IZSVe) in Bolzano where he coordinates the Serology laboratory and the technical assistance unit. Since December 2018, he has been appointed as Director of SCT6 – Bolzano (ad interim). In addition, he provides consultancy to professional operators specializing in pathologies of domestic ruminants.

Alexander Tavella’s research interests include infectious diseases with particular emphasis on viral and bacterial pathogens in livestock. He currently cooperates with the Institute of Virology, University of Bern (Switzerland), in research on small ruminant lentiviruses.

Alice Maria Melville Paiva Della Libera

School of Veterinary Medicine and Animal Science of University of São Paulo, Brazil


Graduated in Veterinary Medicine from the Universidade Federal Fluminense (1986), master's degree in Veterinary Medicine from the University of São Paulo (1998) and Doctorate in Veterinary Clinic at the University of São Paulo (2002). Associate Professor, School of Veterinary Medicine and Animal Science USP (São Paulo-Brazil). Presently works in the disciplines of Semiology (responsible for schooling), Internal Medicine of Ruminants, Medical Pathology, and Clinical Pathology. She is a Research Productivity Scholarship II (CNPq) in Veterinary Medicine, with emphasis on Veterinary Immunology, working mainly on the following topics: buiatrics, milk, mastitis, immunology, cattle, and small ruminants.

Sergio Rosati

Università degli Studi di Torino, Italy


Sergio Rosati is a full professor of infectious diseases at the Department of Veterinary Sciences of the University of Turin, Italy.

Born in Imperia on March 1961, graduate DVM in 1985.

1990 research scientist at Dep Animal Production. 1992 intership at USDA Meat Animal Research Center, Clay Center, NE, USA. 1999 Associate Professor. 2001 Full professor. 2013 Founder of in3diagnostic s.r.l.

Author of 95 articles published on international, peer-reviewed journals

Main research focus: development of diagnostic assay based on recombinant protein for several animal diseases, including zoonosis.

Roberto Soares de Castro

University Rural Federal of Pernambuco, Brazil


Retired Full Professor at the Department of Veterinary Medicine (DMV) of the Federal Rural University of Pernambuco - UFRPE, full member of the Pernambuco Academy of Veterinary Medicine and entrepreneur of the biotechnology sector. He holds a degree in Veterinary Medicine from UFRPE (1983), a master's degree in Veterinary Medicine from the Federal University of Minas Gerais - UFMG (1988) and a doctorate in Animal Science from the UFMG Veterinary School with a sandwich internship at the University of Lyon 1 - France (1997). ). From 1985 to 2018 he was a professor at UFRPE, in the area of ??Preventive Veterinary Medicine, discipline Animal Viruses. He was coordinator of the Graduate Program in Veterinary Science - PPGCV of UFRPE and Deputy Director of DMV - UFRPE. As Senior Professor at UFRPE, he teaches the discipline of Laboratory Diagnosis of Infectious and Parasitic Diseases at PPGCV - UFRPE and the disciplines Observational Epidemiological Studies and Management in Animal Health at the UFRPE Professional Master Program in PMPSU. As activities of technological innovation and research, it acts mainly in the development of diagnosis and epidemiology kits for farm animal diseases, with emphasis on viruses. In 2002 he founded Biovetech, in the business incubator of the Federal University of Pernambuco - UFPE, which employs technological innovation as a differential. The company is a pioneer in Brazil in the production of Diagnostic Arthritis Kits - Caprine Encephalitis - CAE and Maedi-Visna, and worldwide, in the production of the ELISA Kit for the diagnosis of glanders. Biovetech won the FINEP Technological Innovation Award (2006) from the Ministry of Science, Technology and Innovation (MCTI) in the Product category.

Lilian Gregory

School of Veterinary Medicine and Animal Science of University of São Paulo, Brazil


Graduated in Veterinary Medicine and Animal Science from the University of São Paulo (1992), graduated in Veterinary Medicine and Animal Science from the University of São Paulo (1991), Master's degree in Veterinary Clinic from the University of São Paulo (1995) and PhD in Clinical Obstetrics and Gynecology - Tierärztliche Hochschule Hannover (1999). Has experience in Veterinary Medicine, focusing on Gynecology and Animal Andrology, acting on the following subjects: buiatria, small ruminant clinic, ruminant clinic, and reproduction clinic.

Maria do Carmo Custódio de Souza Hunold Lara

Biological Institute, Brazil


Completed the doctorate in veterinary clinic for the University of Sao Paulo in 2002. Currently and scientific researcher vi of the Biological Institute. Published 16 articles in specialized journals and 34 works in event annals. has 2 technical production items. Participated in 10 events in brazil. Currently coordinate 1 research project. Acts in the veterinary medicine area, focusing on infectious diseases and veterinary clinic. in her professional activities interacted with 108 employees in co-authors of scientific works. The most frequently used terms in the context of scientific, technological and artistic-cultural production are: horses, bovines, goats, viral arteritis, seroneutralization, caprine arthritis encephalitis and maedi-visna virus.

Maria Claudia Araripe Sucupira

School of Veterinary Medicine and Animal Science of University of São Paulo, Brazil


I am a veterinarian and professor working in Metabolic and Nutricional Diseases in Ruminants. I received a DVM (in 1994) from FMVZ/USP, MSc (in 1998) from ESALQ/USP and PhD (in 2003) by FMVZ/USP. After working for five years with productdevelopment in the veterinary pharmaceutical industry, I joined the faculty at FMVZ. My research focuses on metabolic and nutricional diseases in ruminants. I teach veterinary students and assist at the FMVZ Veterinary Hospital (HOVET).

Alessandra Figueiredo de Castro Nassar

Biological Institute, Brazil


Graduated in Veterinary Medicine from the University of Santo Amaro (2000). She is currently a scientific researcher at the Biological Institute and is in charge of the General Bacteriology Laboratory. It acts in the research and diagnosis of bacterial agents related to diseases in animals, such as mastitis, breast worm, caseous lymphadenitis, respiratory problems, diarrhea among others, and in food of animal origin. She is a postgraduate professor at the Biological Institute in the area of food microbiology and general bacteriology.

Liria Hiromi Okuda

Biological Institute, Brazil


Scientific researcher at the Biological Institute developing lines of research in animal health, focusing on viral and parasitic zoonoses (vesicular stomatitis, vaccinia, pseudovariola, contagious ectima and toxoplasmosis) and correlation with other diseases with similar symptoms such as skin and mucosa, reproductive and neurological disorders in ruminants. Currently coordinates project on Zika virus in cattle. PhD in Sciences in the area of Experimental Epidemiology Applied to Zoonoses School of Veterinary Medicine and Animal Science of University of São Paulo (2013).

Luigi Bertolotti

Università degli Studi di Torino, Italy


Luigi Bertolotti is an associate professor of infectious diseases at the Department of Veterinary Sciences of the University of Turin, Italy, since 2014.
Born in Torino in 1977
Graduate in Veterinary Biotechnology in 2003
Visiting scholarship at the Dept. of Pathobiology of University of Illinois at Urbana Champaign (Illinois, USA) in 2005-2006.
PhD on West Nile Virus molecular epidemiology in 2007.
Founder of in3diagnostic s.r.l.

Author of 68 scientific articles published on international, peer-reviewed journals
Main research focus: molecular evolution of viruses and bioinformatics