All times Central Daylight Time
Day 1 May 16, 2022
10:00 am - 4:00 pm Pre-conference WorkshopNebraska Innovation Campus, Lincoln, NE
5:00-7:00 pmWelcome ReceptionEmbassy Suites Conference Center, Regents Ballroom ABConference Check-In desk and Poster Session will be open.Light hors d'oeuvres will be served.
Nebraska Innovation Campus, photo credit Craig Chandler, University Communications
Day 2 May 17, 2022
8:00-9:00 amCheck-in Desk OpenEmbassy Suites Conference Center
9:00-10:00 amOpening Keynote: Merging One Health and AMR: Critical Next StepsLonnie King DVM, MS, MPA, DACVPM, The Ohio State UniversityEmbassy Suites Conference Center, Regents Ballroom CDEF
10:00-10:15 amBreakEmbassy Suites Conference Center, Regents Ballroom ABCheck out the posters and sponsor tables while enjoying some light snacks.
10:15 am - 12:00 pmInterprofessional Core CompetenciesAmy Blue, PhD, University of FloridaAndy J. King, PhD, Iowa State UniversitySylvia Langlois MSc. OT Reg. (ON), University of TorontoJohn Tegzes, MA, VMD, DABVT, Western University of Health SciencesEmbassy Suites Conference Center, Regents CDEF
12:00-1:00 pmLunchEmbassy Suites Atrium
1:00-2:45 pmAMR and the EnvironmentTimothy Brenneman, PhD, University of Georgia - Peanut and pecan fungicides - stewarding these essential "plant medicines"Lisa M. Durso, PhD, USDA Agricultural Research Service - Tracking Antibiotic Resistance in Agricultural and Environmental SettingsXu Li, PhD, University of Nebraska-Lincoln - The Environmental Component of the One Health Approach to Address Antimicrobial ResistanceEmbassy Suites Conference Center, Regents CDEFPresentations will be followed by a 45 minute facilitated discussion.
2:45-3:00 pmBreakEmbassy Suites Conference Center, Regents Ballroom ABCheck out the posters and sponsor tables while enjoying some light snacks.
3:00-4:45 pmNew and Improved Mitigation Strategies, Therapeutics, and ProphylacticsTami Brown-Brandl, MS, PhD,, University of Nebraska-Lincoln - Precision Animal Management - understanding data streams and detecting illnessesMichihiko Goto, MD, MSCI, FACP, University of Iowa Carver College of Medicine - How Can We Compare Antimicrobial Consumptions Across Hospitals?—Application of health informatics and mathematical modeling for the development of risk-adjusted ASP benchmarking metricsNancy D Hanson, PhD, Creighton University - Surveillance is a Key Component in Managing the Emergence of Antimicrobial ResistanceEmbassy Suites Conference Center, Regents CDEFPresentations will be followed by a 45 minute facilitated discussion.
6:00-7:30 pmNetworking Reception hosted by University of Nebraska-LincolnMemorial Stadium West ClubHeavy hors d'oeuvres and drinks will be served.
Day 3 May 18, 2022
9:00-10:00 am Data Sharing, Machine Learning, and Artificial IntelligenceJorge Matheu, MPH, WHO - Global Initiatives and Data platforms for AMRDave Sjeklocha, DVM, Merck Animal Health - The use of technology to predict and detect bovine respiratory diseaseEmbassy Suites Conference Center, Regents Ballroom CDEF
10:00-11:00 amRisk Factors and New and Emerging Mechanisms of ResistanceKartik Cherabuddi MD, FIDSA, University of Florida - Antimicrobial Stewardship in Human Medicine and Application to One HealthMichelle Soupir, PhD, Iowa State University - Understanding AMR in Agricultural Systems and Environmental Health ImpactsRich (J R) Tait Jr., PhD, PAS, Neogen Genomics - Genetic Control of Diseases in Livestock: Opportunities for Reducing Treatment Rates and Antibiotic UseEmbassy Suites Conference Center, Regents Ballroom CDEF
11:00 am - 12:00 pmClosing Keynote: Reimagining a One Health Collaborative FrameworkAndrew T. Maccabe, DVM, MPH, JD, American Association of Veterinary Medical CollegesEmbassy Suites Conference Center, Regents Ballroom CDEF