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ModAH²: conférence internationale sur la modélisation en santé animale

ModAH²: the 2nd international scientific conference dedicated to modelling in animal health will be held through four half-day webinars. This event will bring together scientists from all over the world around one theme, in order to open new avenues of research and international collaborations.

The DYNAMO team is pleased to organise the 2nd International Scientific Conference on Animal Health Modelling. This event will take place entirely in webinars during 4 half-days each dedicated to a theme. It will bring together scientists from all over the world to open new avenues of research and international collaboration. Sessions will cover intra-host modelling of the immune response to infection, genomic and phylodynamic modelling, large-scale epidemiological models and networks, domestic fauna / wildlife interfaces, and the use of models to evaluate control strategies.

ModAH² is a unique event gathering experts in modelling and animal health and a unique opportunity to present your work in this area and have fruitful discussions with colleagues from abroad. Animal epidemiology is an important field of research that can provide essential insights in relation to current health crises, through its zoonotic component and more generally from an One Health perspective.

We are very pleased to announce that Veterinary Research ( will welcome the submission of papers presented at ModAH². To give you more time to submit an abstract for an oral presentation, the scientific committee of ModAH² has extended the submission deadline up to the 19th of March 2021.

To submit an abstract, please click here:

Abstracts will be selected by mid-April.

Four keynotes are planned at this conference:

•   Simon Dellicour, Univ. Libre Brussels, Belgium - Theme: "Models in phylogenetics / phylodynamics applied to host-pathogen systems in animal health" - 27th May 2021 8.45am-1pm (CET)
•   Emmanuelle Gilot-Fromont, VetAgroSup Lyon, France - Theme: "Managers' expectations of models for health issues at the wildlife-livestock interface" - 2nd July 2021 8.45am-1pm (CET)
•   Christl Donnelly, University of Oxford & Imperial College London, UK - Theme: "Statistics and animal epidemiology: challenges and new horizons" - 16th September 2021 8.45am-1pm (CET)
•   Carolyn Gates, Massey Uni., New Zealand, - Theme: "Control strategy evaluation using a modelling approach" - 7th Oct. 2021 8.45am-1pm (CET)

Registration is free of charge, but is mandatory on our website:

More information: and on twitter using #MODAHconf.