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Workshop 2018

Program of the 23rd EURL-Salmonella workshop  29 and 30 May 2018, Uppsala, Sweden
Tuesday 29 May 2018, morning session

Title presentation and pdf 


Opening and introduction (pdf, 3,6MB)

Kirsten Mooijman 

EURL-Campylobacter (pdf, 1,5MB)

Hanna Skarin 

No decrease of human Salmonella Enteritidis despite Salmonella control programmes in poultry in the European Union, 2013-2016 (pdf, 1,8MB)

Frank Boelaert 

Multi-country outbreak of Salmonella Agona infections linked to infant formula (pdf, 639KB)

Ettore Amato 

Investigating Salmonella in the cattle production in France (pdf, 1,4MB)

Laetitia Bonifait 

Results combined Food-PPS interlaboratory comparison study on detection of Salmonella in hygiene swabs (2017) (pdf, 850KB)

Irene Pol 

Tuesday 29 May 2018, afternoon session

Title presentation and pdf 


Preliminary results 4th  interlaboratory comparison study on detection of Salmonella in chicken feed (2018) (pdf, 1,6MB)

Angelina Kuijpers 

Results 22nd interlaboratory comparison study on typing of Salmonella (2017) – serotyping and PFGE (pdf, 1,2MB)

Wilma Jacobs 

Update on activities in ISO and CEN (pdf, 501KB)

Kirsten Mooijman 

Birds, cats, humans and host adaptation in Salmonella Typhimurium (pdf, 2,2MB)

Robert Söderlund 

Pilot validation study for confirmation of Salmonella following ISO/DIS 16140-6 (pdf, 1,3MB)

Wilma Jacobs 

Wednesday 30 May 2018, morning session 

Title presentation and pdf 


NRL-Salmonella Finland (pdf, 1,0MB)

Henry Kuronen 

NRL-Salmonella Hungary (pdf, 2,9MB)

Erzsébet Adrián 

NRL-Salmonella Iceland (pdf, 1,5MB)

Franklin Georgsson 

NRL-Salmonella Estonia (pdf, 924KB)

Age Kärssin 

NRL-Salmonella Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia (FYROM) (pdf, 873KB)

Dean Jankuloski 

EFSA’s molecular typing activities for food-borne pathogens (pdf, 997KB)

Frank Boelaert 

EURL working group on Whole Genome Sequencing (WGS) (pdf, 63KB)

Ettore Amato 

Work programme EURL-Salmonella second half 2018, first half 2019; Discussion on general items; Closure (pdf, 2,0MB)

Kirsten Mooijman