German Veterinary Medicine Society „DVG“
German branch of the World Veterinary Poultry Association (WVPA) and
The Institute of Poultry Diseases
Free University Berlin

2nd  International Symposium on Turkey diseases
Berlin, 24
th  - 27th  March 1999
Hotel Steglitz International
Albrechtstraße 2, 12165 Berlin-Steglitz

Wednesday 24th March 1999

 

18:00 - 20:00 Registration
 
Thursday, 25thMarch 1999
   
10:30 - 13:00 Registration
   
13:00 - 13:20 Welcome, Opening remarks
 
Turkey veterinarian care and related legislation’s
   
13:20 - 14:00 Lister, S., United Kingdom
  Turkeys toward the millennium
   
14:00 - 14:20 Van der Sulis, W., The Netherlands
  The effect of Euro for Poultry industry with especial reference to turkey
   
14:20 - 14:40 Kietzmann, M., Germany
  European veterinary pharmaceutical legislation : Conflicts in turkey medicine.
   
14:40 -15:00 Ibrahim Cornelia, Germany
  Drug treatment in turkeys : Current status and perspectives of licensed veterinary drugs and feed additives in Germany.
   
15:00 - 15:30 Break

 

Animal welfare Skeletal disorders and Immunity
   
15:30 -15: 50 Behr, P., Germany
  Voluntary agreement on animal welfare in turkey husbandry
   
15:50-16:30 Julian, R., Canada
  Skeletal disorders in turkeys: Diagnosis and control
   
16:30 - 17:10 Sharma, J.M., S. Rautenschlein, M. Suresh and P. Chary, USA
  Mechanisms of immunity in turkeys
   
17:10-17:40 Short case reports (Everybody is welcome)
  Reinhard Böse, Germany
  Testing methods and efficacy of chemical disinfectants against coccidia oocysts and helminth eggs
   
  Nikolaos Iliadis
  Observations on the per os, interavenous and intraperitoneal experimental infection of turkeys and pigeons with Erysipelotherix rusiopathiae

 

Discover Berlin by yourself

 

Friday, 26th  March 1999
 
Reticuloendotheliosis
   
9:00 - 9:40 Fadly, A., USA
  Reticuloendotheliosis and other related tumor virus infections in turkeys
   
9:40 - 09:50 Hafez, H. M., Germany
  Serological surveillance on Reticuloendotheliosis in meat turkey flocks
 
Respiratory Diseases (PMV and Pneumovirus)
   
09:50 - 10:10 Panshin, A., Shihmanter, E., Y. Weisman and M. Lipkind, Israel
  The influence of antigenic cross reactivity between different serotypes of avian Paramyxoviruses on their serological diagnostics: The ways to overcome this obstacle
   
10:10 -10:30 Hess, M., H.M. Hafez, C. Prusas and D. Cavanagh, Germany and United Kingdom
  Characterization of avian pneumovirus German isolates using nested PCR
   
10:30 - 11:00 Break
   
11:00 -11:20 Jones, R. C. and R. S. Khehra, United Kingdom
  Local and systemic class-specific antibody responses to avian pneumoviruses: comparison of the chicken and turkey
   
11:20 - 11:40 Cook Jane, United Kingdom
  TRT vaccination: yesterday, today and tomorrow

 

11:40 -12:00 Tomczyk, G. and Z., Minta, Poland
  Efficacy of vaccination against TRT depending of routes of administration
   
12:00 - 14:00 Break
   
Respiratory Diseases (ORT)
   
14:00- 14:20 Nagaraja, K., USA
  Ornithobacterium rhinotracheale as a primary pathogen of respiratory disease in turkey
   
14:20 -14:40 Korbel, R., J. R. Jakoby, J. Kösters and H. M. Hafez, Germany
  Ocular symptoms of ornithobacterium rhinotracheale infections in turkeys
   
14:40 -15:00 Minta, Z., Tomczyk, G. and A. Koncicki, Poland
  Ornithobacterium rhinotracheale: current status in Poland
   
15:00- 15:20 Back, A., USA
  Development and Evaluation of a polyvalent serum plate agglutination test in the detection of Ornithobacterium rhinotracheale infection in turkeys
   
15:20 -15:40 Mazaheri Atoussa, R. Sting and H.M. Hafez, Germany
  Comparison between self made ELISA and one commercial ELISA for detection of antibodies against different Ornithobacterium rhinotracheale serotypes
   
15:40 -16:00 Hafez, H.M., S. Jodas and A. Stadler, Germany
  Efficacy of Ornithobacterium rhinotracheale inactivated vaccine in commercial turkey under field condition
   
16:00 - 16:20 Break
Respiratory Diseases and Diagnosis of turkey diseases
   
16:20 -17:00 Bradbury Janet, United Kingdom
  Turkey mycoplasmas revisited

 

17:00 -17:20 Szölgyènyi, W., Austria
  Fluorescence in situ hybridization method for diagnosis of avian mycoplasmosis
   
17:20 -18:00 Wilding, P., United Kingdom
  The Use of ELISA-Kits In Turkeys -Some Observation
 
20:00 PM Symposium dinner

 

Saturday, 27th March 1999
 
E. coli and Chlamydia
   
9:00 - 9:20 Fulton, R. M., USA
  Pathologic characterization of a unique strain of Escherichia coli causing septicemia in 2-week-old turkeys and its implication to turkey growers.
   
9:20 - 9:40 Van de Zande Saskia, Belgium
  Effect of avian pneumovirus on the outcome of an Escherichia coli infection in turkeys
   
9:40 - 10:00 Escalante-Ochoa, Cristina, Belgium
  Turkey chlamydia psittaci: New insights in the interaction with host cell and possible consequences for future measures
 
Enteric diseases
   
10:00 - 10:20 Raue, R., H.M. Hafez and M. Hess, Germany
  Rapid diagnosis of haemorrhagic enteritis virus by Polymerase chain reaction
10:20 -10:40 Break
10:40 -11:00 Irion Tanja, Germany
  Diagnosis of Turkey Coccidiosis: Clinical signs and lesion scoring
   
11:00- 11:20 Julian, R., Canada
  Efficacy of Vaccination  to control Turkey Coccidiosis
 
Turkey meat und Public health
   
11:20 - 11:40 Schroeter, A., W. Rabsch, W. and R. Helmuth, Germany
  The current situation on Salmonella in turkey.
   
11:40 -12:00 Wray, C., United Kingdom
  Further studies on antimicrobial resistance in salmonella isolated from turkey
   
  McMullin, P., United Kingdom
  Digestive Enhancers - The European Situation
 
12:00 - 12:20 Jodas, Silvia, A. Stadler and H. M. Hafez, Germany
  Surveillance on antimicrobial resistance in E.coli and Salmonella isolates from meat turkey between 1993 and 1998
   
12:20-12:40 Ruckaberle Elke, R. Sting and H.M. Hafez, Germany
  Studies on the efficacy of disinfection of turkey houses and slaughter house to combat foodborne pathogens
 

12:40 - 13:00

 

Concluding Remarks


Participants each recieved a copy of the proceedings.
We still (as of 10th July 2000) have some copies of the proceedings for sale:
The price is 35 DM per volume
Order from:
Prof. Dr. H. M. Hafez
Institute for Poultry Diseases
Free University, Berlin,
Koserstr. 21
14195 Berlin, Germany
Tel. +49 - 30 - 8385 38 62
Fax +49 - 30 - 8385 58 24
E.-mail : hafez@zedat.fu-berlin.de

Payments can be per bank transfer to the:
Name Prof. H. M. Hafez, DVG-Putentagung
Deutsche Bank Berlin
Bank Code 100 700 24
Bank Account: 5916630