This session is dedicated to the understanding of several aspects and potential solutions to the emergence of Zoonotic diseases, driven by the impact of human activities on the environment, caused by animal-human interactions.

Date and time

Sunday, March 12 9:00-12:00



Meeting ID846 1615 9533


Santiago Merino

Time Table

9:00-9:20Nils StensethNo evidence for persistent natural plague reservoirs in historical and modern Europe
9:20-9:40Xinru WanImpact of climate on transmission of SARS-CoV-2
9:40-10:00Zhibin ZhangExploring the early transmission patterns of SARS-CoV-2 using modelling approaches
10:00-10:20Hongjun LiIntroduction of Wildlife Disease Research Network (WDRN): new initiative by ISZS and IUBS
10:20-10:40Coffee break
10:40-11:00Alice HughesOneHealth; from population to landscape
11:00-11:20Marina Garcia del RioClimate effects on host-parasite relationship
11:20-11:40Sandul YasobantThe International Alliance against Health Risks in Wildlife Trade
11:40-12:00Manabu OnumaEcological Risk Assessment and Control Section