Partnership with the AQINAC
The next generation of CRIPA students are invited to present to breeders, stakeholders, agronoms and veterinarians in the pork and poultry sectors and to network with potential future employers at two bilingual events organized by AQINAC.
5 Poster of the CRIPA for each event
RDV Avicole November 15, 2022
Centre des congrès de St-Hyacinthe
Porc Show December 6-7, 2022
Centre des congrès de Québec
BEST CRIPA POSTER AT THE AQINAC's
EVENTS in 2022
Networking with Rural Ontario Institute 2021
Meeting on November 17 between 10 a.m. and 11 a.m. with the fifteen participants of the Advanced Agricultural Leadership Program (AALP) of the Rural Ontario Institute.
After the visit pf the CIMIA laboratory with the Professors C. Fernandez Prada and M. Segura, six 5 minutes flash talk presentations from MSc or PhD students, (pig sector and poultry sector) on the progress of their project were presented in English and popularized. Live presentation were held in hybrid mode, on zoom webinar and in auditorium 0448.
The audience is made up of a group formed under the:
« The Advanced Agricultural Leadership Program (AALP) is an 18-month experiential executive leadership program for those who want to shape the future of the agriculture and food industry and make a positive difference in rural communities across Ontario. » More information:
AQINAC 2021 Events
These two bilingual events welcome a large audience (200-1000) of producers from Quebec, stakeholders in the sector, veterinarians and agronomists. This therefore represents an excellent opportunity for visibility of your popularized research work (ideal for enhancing your CVs when applying for scholarships or funds).
CRIPA must select 5 posters per event. Please email us your summaries and contact details before August 30, 2021 midnight at firstname.lastname@example.org.
On September 15, 2021, the scientific committee will notify you of the selected abstracts. Then, you will have to prepare the poster and the videos of 3 min maximum of presentation of researchers, to send them to us by the deadlines indicated below.
Vous trouverez les informations des événements précédents sur ce lien : https://aqinac.com/
Students posters can be seen in the exhibitors website, look out for the CRIPA stand at each of those events.
AQINAC 2020 EVENTS
Participate in the AQINAC Avicole RDV and / or PORC SHOW 2020 and follow the conferences intended for breeders in these two sectors.
Both event are presented simultaneously in english and in french.
This year exceptionally, you have the opportunity to attend these conferences by webinar free of charge. This is a great opportunity for the CRIPA student community to see how the science of infectious disease is presented to breeders - the users of your research. We suggest that each person attend at least 1 conference on infectious diseases, and then answer a questionnaire on the format and methods of popularization, in order to obtain a training certificate in popularization of science from CRIPA. . To choose the conference that interests you, register for that day.
Send you registration proof to email@example.com with the conference title you will watch.
Your participation will be cheked by your responses to a conference questionnaire. In addition, a discussion on the format and popularized content with concrete examples will be sent to you.
Porc Show registration: https://leporcshow.com/evenements/porc-show-2020/
LA BIOSÉCURITÉ : PLUS QUE JAMAIS NOTRE MEILLEURE ALLIÉE ! (SANTÉ)
Martin Bonneau, DMV Demeter services vétérinaires
COMMENT ÉRADIQUER LE SRRP CHEZ SOI À UN COÛT RAISONNABLE (SANTÉ)
François Cardinal, DMV, M. Sc. Services vétérinaires ambulatoires Triple-V inc.
RDV Avicole registration: https://rvavicole.aqinac.com/evenements/rendez-vous-avicole-2020/
L’ENTÉRITE HÉMORRAGIQUE DÉMYSTIFIÉE. UNE MALADIE SILENCIEUSE, MAIS DANGEREUSE! (DINDON)
Annie Borduas, DMV Services vétérinaires ambulatoires Triple-V inc.
PATHOGÉNIE ET CONTRÔLE DE L’ENTEROCOCCUS CECORUM (POULET DE CHAIR)
Luke Borst, DMV, Ph. D. Professeur associé, pathologie anatomique, North Carolina State University
PORTRAIT DE MYCOPLASMA SYNOVIAE DANS LES ÉLEVAGES COMMERCIAUX QUÉBÉCOIS
Ghislain Hébert, DMV, ISPAV Chargé de projets, Équipe québécoise de contrôle des maladies avicoles
MAINTENIR L’OBSERVANCE DE LA BIOSÉCURITÉ : LA CLÉ DU SUCCÈS?
Manon Racicot, DMV, Ph. D. Professeure associée, Département de pathologie et microbiologie, Université de Montréal