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Current projects

On this page you will find a list of the main ongoing projects of the BIOEPAR unit.
  • AEROFISH : Study of Aeromonas spp. infection in pond fish farming and salmon farming in Pays de la Loire region 

 

  • Alter for fish (A2F) : Efficacy and safety of alternative(s) to antibiotics for farmed fish (Ecoantibio 2 project: 2018 - 2020)

 

  • ANTIBIOFISH : aims to describe the evolution of antibiotic resistance of Aeromonas and Yersinia ruckerii strains isolated from diseased fish over the last 40 years.
  • ATOM: Automatisation of the software process from epidemiological models to decision support tools

 

  • AVENIR : Food Valorization and Nutrition Insect Research. Development of a technical itinerary for the breeding of insects and the development of insect-based ingredients on an industrial scale.

 

  • AnaCorSR : characterisation and geographical distribution of anaplasmosis agents in small ruminants in Corsica
  • BabH : monitoring human babesiosis in France and characterization of the responsible agents 

 

  • CADENCE : ANR - 2016-2021. Propagation of epidemic processes on dynamic animal movement networks with application to cattle in France

 

  • CC-EID : Climate change and risk of emergence of zoonotic infectious diseases in forest and crop agro-ecosystems
  • COLISEE : Control of avian colibacillosis in broiler farms

 

  • CLIMATICK : Projection and adaptation of the tick threat in agricultural and forest landscapes under climate change

 

  • FORESEE : Virus-host-environment interaction and factors leading to the emergence, spread and persistence of pathogens: Rift Valley Fever (RVF) as a case study (INRAE funding, GISA meta-program)
  • GenIric : Sequencing the genome of the tick Ixodes ricinus, a vector species for human and animal pathogens

 

  • GenTORE : Precision Phenotyping for Efficient Animal Agriculture

 

  • Grazy DaiSy : Technical and health evaluation of new ways of driving dairy heifers with adults in organic farming
  • HealthyLivestock : Reduction of antimicrobial use in the pig and broiler industry in China and Europe (Project H2020)

 

  • IResPig : Immune response in the context of co-infections with respiratory pathogens in pigs. To better understand the impact of respiratory viral co-infections in pigs

 

  • MedVetFQ: Zoonotic risk: state of affairs, representations and attitudes of doctors and veterinarians - the example of Q fever in Brittany
  • Métaprév: Prevention of metabolic and infectious disorders of the peripartum in dairy farming: key factors and means of control during the dry period

 

  • ONAB

 

  • Park Community : ticks and pathogens transmitted in the context of a zoological reserve dedicated to cervids/bovines
  • PiroGoTick : Piroplasmosis of equidae in France: inventory and seasonal variation of equine tick species - genetic diversity of the two responsible agents, Theileria equi and Babesia caballi.

 

  • PPApred : Predicting the spread of African Swine Fever (ASF) at the wildlife / pig farming interface (Funding: DSA, INRAE)

 

  • RESIST3A : Resistance Antibiotics Aquaculture Alternatives Environmental integration of fish farms; sanitary context and antibiotic resistance; development of pilot approaches and prevention Flavobacteriosis
  • ROADMAP : Rethinking of Antimicrobial Decision-systems ​in the Management of Animal Production
  • SANT'Innov: Innovating in animal product chains to reconcile greening and competitiveness: animal health perspective
  • STOC free : Surveillance Tool for Outcome-based Comparison of FREEdom from infection
  • VAGABOND: Use of geolocation for the optimization of cattle grazing
  • Xenobio-tick: Sequencing the transcriptome of ticks for the development of new acaricides