NOTE: Event rescheduled from 14-18 June to 30 October-3 November 2020
All registrations will be transferred to the new dates and all abstracts that have been accepted for presentation will remain in the programme unless the authors notify the organisation to withdraw.
Extra sessions on SARS-CoV-2 / COVID-19 and specifically welcoming abstracts with an emphasis on: pathogenesis and clinical manifestations / virology and epidemiology/ intervention strategies / clinical and outbreak management.
The 6th World One Health Congress is the largest One Health event of the year, where experts and researchers from around the world present their latest scientific research.
The conference will be co-organized by the One Health Platform, the university of Edinburgh, Edinburgh Infectious Diseases, Africa CDC and the Southern African Center for Infectious Disease Surveillance. The programme is built on 3 themes:
- One Health Science
- Antimicrobial Agents and Resistance
- Science Policy Interface
Submit your late-breaking abstract
The late-breaker category is exclusively devoted to novel and outstanding scientific discoveries, and aims at selecting abstracts with unique, high impact, ground breaking, innovative and newsworthy scientific data.
The WOHC2020 SARS-CoV2 – COVID-19 special session is specifically calling for abstracts with an emphasis on:
- Pathogenesis and clinical manifestations
- Virology and epidemiology
- Intervention strategies (diagnostics, vaccines, antivirals, antibodies and biological response modifiers)
- Clinical and outbreak management
Abstract deadline September 18, 2020
Submit your abstracts on the 2019 n-CoV outbreak!
As we’re confronted daily with news stories about the 2019 n-CoV outbreak, the seventh coronavirus known to infect humans, the 6th World One Health Congress could not come at a more significant time. With more cases being reported every day the race is on to contain the outbreak and scientists are at the heart of the effort.
The 6th World One Health Congress offers a unique and valuable opportunity to bring together scientific experts of all the relevant disciplines, to share and discuss their findings. The Congress organizers have therefore added a separate session on the 2019 n-CoV to the programme.