Posters GERI 2015

Session 1

1.1. Sumova Petra - Recombinant Phlebotomus perniciosus salivary proteins as markers of host exposure to visceral leishmaniases vector
1.2. Razzauti Maria - Microevolution of Puumala hantavirus during a complete population cycle of its host, the bank vole (Myodes glareolus)
1.3. Razzauti Maria - Bacterial zoonotic pathogens survey in wildlife: a comparison of two next-generation sequencing approaches (RNA-seq and 16S metagenomics)
1.4. Svitálková Zuzana - Molecular detection and characterisation of Babesia species in ticks and rodents in SW Slovakia
1.5. Cianci Daniela - Modelling the spatial distribution of mosquitoes at different geographical scales
1.6. Kolodziejek Jolanta - The complete sequence of a West Nile virus lineage 2 strain detected in a Hyalomma marginatum marginatum tick collected from a song thrush (Turdus philomelos) in Eastern Romania in 2013 revealed closest genetic relationship to strain Volgograd 2007
1.7. Blanarová Lucia - Distinct Anaplasma phagocytophilum genotypes and other pathogens (Candidatus Neoehrlichia mikurensis, Babesia microti) associated with Ixodes trianguliceps ticks and rodents in Slovakia (Central Europe)
1.8. Ling Jiaxin - Soricomorph-borne hantaviruses in Finland: genetic diversity and serological diagnosis
1.9. Not presented
1.10. Dimmel Katharina - Putative New West Nile Virus Lineage in Uranotaenia unguiculata Mosquitoes, Austria, 2013
1.11. Not presented
1.12. Michaux Johan - Molecular phylogeny of the whole Apodemus genus based on the complete mitochondrial genome and two nuclear genes
1.13. Michaux Johan - Evolutionary biology and comparative genetic structure of the yellow necked fieldmouse (Apodemus flavicollis) and the stripped field mouse (Apodemus agrarius) throughout their distribution area. The answer from the microsallite nuclear markers
1.14. Not presented
1.15. Cosson Jean-François - Metagenomics highlights new epidemiological cycles between ticks and rodents
1.16. Dumitrescu Gabriela - Molecular studies regarding the: Borrelia burgdorferi, Tick Borne Encephalitis Virus (TBEv) and Crimeean Congo Hemorrhagic Fever virus (CCHFv) in the Romanian ticks
1.17. Not presented
1.18. Filippone Claudia - Genetic mapping of pathogenic hantaviruses in Europe

Session 2

2.1. Diarra Maryam - Modelling the dynamics and spatial distribution of Culicoides (Diptera: Ceratopogonidae) biting midges, potential vectors of African horse sickness and bluetongue viruses in Senegal.
2.2. Alten Bulent - Seasonal dynamics of six phlebotomine sand fly species proven vectors of Mediterranean leishmaniasis caused by Leishmania infantum
2.3. Karakus Mehmet - Natural Infection and Insecticide Susceptibility Status of Wild Caught Sand Flies in Rural Areas of Antalya, Mediterranean Region of Turkey
2.4. Arserim Suha - A study on nocturnal activity of sand flies in a leishmaniasis endemic village located in Aydin province of Turkey
2.5. Martínez-De La Puente Josué - Feeding patterns of the invasive Asian tiger mosquito Aedes albopictus and native mosquito in Southern Europe: implications for the transmission of human and avian pathogens
2.6. Vourc'h Gwenaël - Role of the introduced Siberian chipmunk (Tamias sibiricus) on the risk of exposure to Lyme borreliosis in a periurban forest (Sénart, Ile-de-France)
2.7. Pisano Julie - Testing the presence of a barrier to nuclear gene flow between two distant mitochondrial lineages of the bank vole (Myodes glareolus) in central finland
2.8. Culverwell Lorna - Mosquito Surveillance in Finland
2.9. Kocianová Elena - Free-ranging ungulates as hosts of ixodid ticks and tick-borne pathogens in the Malé Karpaty Mts (South-Western Slovakia)
2.10. Kraljik Jasna - Rodents as reservoirs of Bartonella species in Eastern Slovakia
2.11. Zajkowska Joanna - Is boar population influencing on tick-borne diseases spread?
2.12. Bongiorno Gioia - Investigations on sand fly bionomics and Leishmania natural infections in Eastern Sicily, Italy, with particular reference to Phlebotomus sergenti
2.13. Dubois Adélaïde - Microevolution of bank voles (Myodes glareolus) at neutral and immune-related genes during a multi-annual complete dynamic cycle : consequences for Puumala hantavirus epidemiology
2.14. Huitu Otso - Field voles Microtus agrestis as reservoirs of Bartonella spp.
2.15. Marinov Mihai - Survey of Wild Birds for West Nile Virus in The Danube Delta Biosphere Reserve - Romania, 2011-2014
2.16. Miranda Miguel - Bionomics of Obsoleus complex species and other livestock associated Culicoides in laboratory conditions
2.17. Alexander Neil - Where are all the boars. An attempt to gain a continental perspective
2.18. Collini Margherita - Identifying the last bloodmeal of questing wood tick nymphs (Ixodes ricinus L.) by DNA amplification: three approaches tested
2.19. Mersini Kujtim - Altitudinal Ecological Gradient Study of Aedes albopictus in Albania
2.20. Limoncu Mehmet - Determination of the species of the sand flies-the vector of cutaneous leishmaniasis that is endemic in Mersin, Turkey
2.21. S. Kar - Seasonal tick infestations of grazing cattle in two provinces with low and high CCHF incidence in Turkey

Session 3

3.1. Not presented
3.2. Paulauskas Algimantas  - Changes in the distribution of canine babesiosis and their vector D. reticulatus tick in Baltic countries
3.3. Remoli Maria Elena - Epidemiological investigation on the spread of Phebotomus-Borne viruses in Europe
3.4. Not presented
3.5. Karakus Mehmet - The importance of conjunctival swab sampling in early diagnosis of canine Leishmaniasis: a two year follow-up study in the Çukurova Plain, Turkey
3.6. Svitálková Zuzana - Prevalence of Anaplasma phagocytophilum in ticks and rodents along an urban - natural gradient in SW Slovakia
3.7. Vourc'h Gwenaël - Several Anaplasma phagocytophilum epidemiological cycles in France revealed by sequencing
3.8. Spitalská Eva - Rickettsia spp. and Coxiella burnetii in ticks and rodents in urban/suburban and natural habitats of Southwestern Slovakia
3.9. Martín Martín Inés - High virulence of Leishmania infantum isolates from the human visceral leishmaniasis outbreak in Madrid, Spain, assessed by a natural transmission model
3.10. Di Muccio Trentina - Validation of the diagnostic performance of conjunctival swab Leishmania nested-PCR in dogs from different settings of Mediterranean canine leishmaniasis
3.11. Lehmusto Rami - The prevalence of Ljungan virus and human parechovirus specific antibodies in early childhood
3.12. Castel Guillaume - Diversity and dynamics of Puumala viruses in France
3.13. Not presented
3.14. Demir Samiye - Natural Leishmania infection of Phlebotomus sergenti (Diptera: Phlebotominae) in a highly endemic focus of cutaneous leishmaniasis in Sanliurfa, Turkey
3.15. Alwassouf Sulaf - Seroprevalence of four distinct sandfly-borne phleboviruses (Toscana, Sicilian, Arbia and Adana) in dogs from Greece and Cyprus using neutralisation assay reveals massive circulation of Sicilian virus
3.16. Voutilainen Liina - Life-long shedding of Puumala hantavirus in wild bank voles
3.17.
Not presented
3.18. Baráková Ivana - Newly emerging tick-borne infections, their prevalence and genetic variability in northern Italy
3.19. Fevola Cristina - PCR prevalence of rodent-borne Ljungan virus across Europe
3.20. Sironen Tarja - Longevity of Puumala hantavirus in winter conditions in Finland
3.21. Venclikova Kristyna - Neglected tick-borne pathogens in the Czech Republic - a summary of the EDENext prevalence study
3.22. Not presented
3.23. Forgách Petra - Susceptibility of domestic pigeon (Columba livia L.) to West Nile virus lineage 2 infection
3.24. Hughes Nelika - Puumala hantavirus infection alters the odour attractiveness of its reservoir host
3.25. Not presented
3.26. Khalil Hussein - Selective predation on hantavirus-infected voles by owls and confounding effects from landscape properties?
3.27. Berthová Lenka - The role of birds in the natural cycle of Rickettsia spp. and Coxiella burnetii in Slovakia
3.28. Berthová Lenka - Circulation of Rickettsia spp. and Coxiella burnetii in central part of Slovakia
3.29. Heylen Dieter - Transmission dynamics of Borrelia bacteria in a bird tick

Session 4

4.1. Vanwambeke Sophie - Changing farming, bush encroachment, and tick-borne disease risk in Southern Norway
4.2. Ferraguti Martina - Dynamics of West Nile Virus transmission in wild birds: effects of landscape and mosquito community
4.3. Razzauti Maria - Impact of landscape connectivity and fragmentation on puumala virus genetic diversity and structure
4.4. Kostalova Tatiana  - Canine antibodies against salivary recombinant proteins of Phlebotomus perniciosus: a longitudinal study in an endemic focus of canine leishmaniasis in south Italy
4.5. Kazimírová Mária - Investigation of spatial and temporal distribution in abundance of Ixodes ricinus and prevalence of tick-borne pathogens in different habitat types of Slovakia in frame of the EDENext project
4.6. Jiménez Maribel - Evolution of Leishmania infantum infection rates and host-feeding preferences in Phlebotomus perniciosus of the focus of human leishmaniasis in Madrid region, Spain: 2012 to 2014
4.7. Zajkowska Joanna - Influence of climatic factors on TBE incidence in the north-eastern Poland
4.8. Not presented
4.9. Withenshaw Susan - Modelling the roles of climate, landscape and host factors in the distribution and seasonal abundance of Culicoides vectors across Europe
4.10. Voutilainen Liina - Temporal dynamics of Puumala hantavirus infection in cyclic bank vole populations
4.11. Värv Kairi - The impact of ecological factors on the prevalence of tick-borne pathogens in endemic and non-endemic regions in Estonia
4.12 . Huitu Otso - Spatiotemporal prevalence of cowpox virus in Finnish field voles
4.13. Not presented
4.14. Rizzoli Annapaola - Ixodes ricinus and transmitted pathogens: a changing hazard for the European citizens
4.15. Henttonen Heikki - Long-term trends of nephropathia epidemica and geography of rodents cycles in Finland
4.16. Rizzoli Annapaola - Temporal changes in rodent- and tick-borne diseases in Europe: how are they linked?
4.17. Cotar Ani Ioana - West Nile Virus Transmission in Mosquitoes in Danube Delta in the Context of Weather Factors
4.18. Nicolescu Gabriela - Malaria in Romania? the past and the present
4.19. Verner-Carlsson Jenny - First evidence of Seoul hantavirus in the wild rat population in the Netherlands

Session 5

5.1. Vanwambeke Sophie - EDENext models for public health: two cultures, one goal. Case study of hantavirus disease in Germany
5.2. Galdikaite Egle - Risk of Infection in Different Genotypes of Ixodes ricinus Ticks
5.3. Not presented
5.4. Not presented
5.5. Di Muccio Trentina - Epidemiology of Imported Cutaneous and Visceral Leishmaniasis in Italy: implications for an endemic country
5.6. Jeffries Claire  - The potential use of Wolbachia as a mosquito biocontrol strategy for Japanese encephalitis. First steps; colonisation, characterisation and Wolbachia transinfection experiments with the major Japanese encephalitis virus vector, Culex tritaeniorhynchus
5.7. Jiménez-Clavero Miguel ángel - MediLabSecure : Implementing a network of virology and entomology laboratories for a one health approach of vector-borne viruses in the Mediterranean and Black Sea regions
5.8. De Vos Clazien - Systematic risk assessment comparing seven emerging vector-borne animal diseases
5.9. Verna Federica - Entomological surveillance and Public Health: first detection of West Nile Virus in Piemonte and Liguria and Aedes albopictus in Valle d'Aosta (North western Italy)
5.10. Moniuszko Anna - Acrodermatitis Chronica Atrophicans - various faces of late form of Lyme borreliosis
5.11. Moniuszko Anna - Lipid peroxidation in Lyme neuroborreliosis
5.12. Gramiccia Marina - Surveillance of human leishmaniasis in Italy: towards the development of an epidemiological model for autochthonous human cases
5.13. Bicout Dominique - State of the art of modelling approaches for assessing vector control strategies to contain human West Nile fever in Europe
5.14. Ulrich Rainer - Network “Rodent-borne pathogens” in Germany: An Overview
5.15. Kolodziejek Jolanta - West Nile virus positive blood donation and subsequent entomological investigation, Austria, 2014
5.16. Jääskeläinen Anne - The distribution of Ljungan-virus reactive antibodies in Finnish human population is incompatible with rodent-borne zoonotic transmission
5.17. Sekulin Karin - Wild bird surveillance of West Nile virus in an endemic area, 2011-2013
5.18. Cochet Amandine - Chikungunya outbreak, Montpellier, France, October 2014
5.19. Not presented
5.20. Karakus Mehmet - Status of Insecticide Susceptibility and Natural Leishmania Infection in Wild-Caught Sand Flies Collected From Coastal Areas of Izmir Province, Turkey
5.21. Cetre Sossah Catherine - Rift Valley fever in Mayotte in the Indian Ocean: from surveillance to genome detection
5.22. Strand Tanja - Swedish city rats? a potential health threat?
5.23. Rosà Roberto  - Assessment of the efficacy of insecticide control strategies in Rome (Italy) using novel monitoring and statistical approaches

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