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International advisors participating in the Steering Committee

Additional guidance on strategic orientations/aspects of the ECOMORE Project as well as on specific issues will be provided by invited international advisors. Their role is to monitor the progress and challenges met by the consortium throughout the project, keep the Consortium members aware of opportunities related to the project, ensure strong proposals, and transmit any relevant information regarding the Project.

Experts who participated in the Steering Committee in 2013 include:

Dr Luo Dapeng, Team Leader, Medical Officer/ESR, responsible for the Emerging Disease Surveillance and Response Unit – Laos He is a specialist in Dengue.

Dr Nicolas Rose Director of the Swine Epidemiology and Welfare research unit. ANSES - French Agency for Food, Environmental and Occupational Health & Safety. France DVM, PhD, graduated at the Veterinary Faculty of Nantes in 1994, graduated at the European College of Porcine Health and Management (ECPHM) He is a specialist of zoonotic diseases transmitted by swine

Scott Newman Senior Technical Coordinator for the Emergency Center for Transboundary Animal Diseases (ECTAD) - Vietnam. DVM, PhD, wildlife epidemiologist and biologist he studied disease ecology, ecotoxicology and comparative pathology. He is a specialist of One Health approach .

Theeraphap Chareonviriyaphap Professor at the Department of Entomology, Faculty of Agriculture, Kasetsart University, Bangkok, Thailand Ph.D.(Medical Zoology), Uniformed Services University, U.S.A., 1995 Mahidol University, Thailand, 1989 Kasetsart University, Thailand, 1986
He is a specialist of control strategy and insecticide resistance

The Steering Committee in 2014 will be held on 02 and 03 December and some additional experts will be invited in the area of pediatric, dengue transmission, ecosystem regulation of infectious disease and epidemiology