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The Fourth International Congress on Pathogens at the Human - Animal Interface ICOPHAI | Qatar University

The Fourth International Congress on Pathogens at the Human - Animal Interface ICOPHAI

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Organizer Qatar University, ,HMC, MoPH, HBKU,QNRF, Weill Cornell Medicine-Qatar, Ohio State University, Universite de Montereal, NIH-Fogarty International Center, USA Bureau of education & cultural affairs, UFPB, iie-the power of international learning
College Qatar University
Event Type Conference
Date November 07, 2017 - November 09, 2017
Time 08:15 - 13:00
Venue The Ritz-Carlton Hotel - Al Wosail Ballroom & Al Wosail Foyer
Phone 44036865
Email naiema.almeer@qu.edu.qa
Details https://icophai.org/

The ICOPHAI consortium was developed to accelerate the global capacity and knowledge sharing with a goal of building capacity to effectively reduce the burden of the infectious diseases, environmental hazards, and contributing risk factors using the “One Health” platform. ICOPHAI aims to strength leadership to integrate professionals from different areas and regions. The One Health concept is increasingly embraced by the WHO, FAO, OIE and regional academic and policy-making bodies. This holistic view of health and capacity allows improving public health and the implementation of sustainable programs for control and prevention of zoonotic diseases and environmental hazards of public health significance. The ICOPHAI Congress has been a milestone for a paradigm shift that is still needed for the reduction of the burden of infectious diseases. The purpose of Doha gathering is to; enhance scientific knowledge,network with scientists and policy-makers from around the world,and help sponsor students and scientists from developing countries.