9th Symposium on Antimicrobial Resistance in Animals and the Environment

We are pleased to welcome you to Tours for the coming 9th edition of the Symposium Antimicrobial Resistance in Animals and the Environment which will take place from Monday 3rd to Wednesday 5th July 2023 at Vinci Congress Centre Tours, France

The aim of the ARAE conference is to present a global vision of the impact of antibiotic use and resistance in the animal world, its environment and consecutive repercussions on human health. During six sessions, all aspects related to epidemiology of antibiotic-resistant bacterial pathogens with a zoonotic potential, mobile elements containing resistance genes, emerging antimicrobial resistance mechanisms, resistome of microbiota, and the role of teh environment as dissemination routes and potential source of resistance genes transfer will be discussed.

We welcome submission of all Frontiers in Microbiology article types (Original Research, Methods, Review, Mini Review, Hypothesis and Theory, Perspective, Opinion), that are within the scope of the following subtopics, corresponding to the ARAE 2023 sessions, detailed in the following link: arae2023.symposium.inrae.fr/pre-program

  1. Monitoring and molecular epidemiology of antimicrobial resistance
  2. Roles of the environment in resistance evolution and transmission
  3. Mechanisms and dissemination of antimicrobial resistance in animal and zoonotic pathogens
  4. Novel approaches, methods and tools dedicated to antimicrobial resistance (detection, evolution, diagnostics, surveillance)
  5. Understanding the connection of antimicrobial resistance between Animals and Humans
  6. Open themes related to antimicrobial resistance

For more information about the event, please access the website https://arae2023.symposium.inrae.fr/

Contribution of the ABRomics consortium

Poster presentation :
ABRomics: An integrated multi-omics platform for antibiotic resistance research and public health
Julie Lao, Pierre Marin, Romain Dallet, Fabien Mareuil, Alix De Thoisy, Kenzo-Hugo Hillion, Aurélien Birer, Nadia Goué, Richard Bonnet, Etienne Ruppé, Gildas Le Corguillé, [consortium ABRomics], Philippe Glaser, and Claudine Médigue.