Ohio State’s Global One Health Initiative and global partners are leading the 4th International Congress on Pathogens at the Human Animal Interface (ICOPHAI) that will take place in Doha, Qatar, November 7 - 9 with the theme, "Environmental Challenges and Impact on Global Health." The goal of ICOPHAI 2017 is to bring together a diverse group of scientists from developing and industrialized countries and encourage exchanges using the "One Health" concept. Specifically, the congress will aim to inspire interactions among scientists and with policymakers from various geographic regions and disciplines working in the areas of health, agriculture and environment.
NOW ACCEPTING SUBMISSIONS
ICOPHAI congress is open to all global scientists and policymakers with a mandate and commitment to develop a sustainable plan for their nation, region and the world. The conference planning committee welcomes abstracts for oral papers, panel presentations and posters. Submissions are due June 30.
All submissions and registration should be made online at conference-service.com/ICOPHAI17. General ICOPHAI 2017 inquiries should be forwarded to Ashley Bersani, Ohio State Global One Health program manager.