The Med-Vet-Net Association is now offering travel grants to early career scientists and PhD students from Med-Vet-Net institutes for attendance at relevant conferences.

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Received travel grants:

Liam Burke from the Antimicrobial resistance and microbial ecology (ARME) group, NUI Galway, Ireland obtained a travel grant to attend the 13th European Scientific Conference on Applied Infectious Disease Epidemiology (ESCAIDE 2019) from 27-29th November. 

Find his report here



Miriam Maas from the National institute for public health and the environment (RIVM) in the Netherlands obtained a travel grant to attend the 11th International Conference on Hantaviruses (ICH) in Leuven, Belgium from 1-4 september 2019. 

She gave a presentation about Seoulvirus in pet and feeder rats in the Netherlands (see her first slide below). Find her report here.





Knut Madslien from the Norwegian Veterinary Institute, obtained a travel grant to attent the 68th Annual International Conference of the Wildlife Disease Association in Tahoe City, CA, USA, 4-9 August 2019. He gave a presentation about detection of Bartonella spp. in Cervids blood and ectoparasite pools from Norway (see his first slide below). Find his report here.



Clair Firth from University of Veterinary Medicine, Vienna, Austria obtained a MVNA travel grant to go to the International Dairy Federation (IDF) Mastitis Conference held from 14th-17th May 2019 in Copenhagen, Denmark.

She presented two posters (see below) and won a poster prize! Congratulations!

See her report here.





 Maria Getino (see picture below) from the University of Surrey, Uk, has received a Med-Vet-Net Association Travel Grant. She presented her poster at the International Conference on One Health Antimicrobial Resistance (ICOHAR) in Amsterdam, the Netherlands (16-18 April 2019).