C THE FUTURE TOGETHER - Focus in Anemia and Coccidia prevention

Live-Online-Seminar am 17.11.2020 - ATF und TGD-Stunden beantragt

Wir freuen uns, Sie über ein weiteres von unserem Mutterhaus organisiertes Live-Online-Seminar rund um die Themen Anämie und Kokzidiose informieren zu dürfen.

Nachfolgend finden Sie alle Informationen und Eckdaten rund um das Event:


  • Dienstag, 17.11.2020
  • 18:00 - 19:45 Uhr


  • drei Vorträge 
  • anschließend Diskussionsrunde


18.00-18.30 > Anja Joachim
What is new on neonatal coccidiosis in pigs?

Prof. Joachim graduated from the University of Veterinary Medicine Hannover, Germany and received her DVM and Habilitation in Parasitology in Hannover. After research stays in Sydney, Australia, and Copenhagen, Denmark, she was appointed as Senior Lecturer for parasitology, in Leipzig, Germany. Since 2003 she is Professor and Head of the Institute of Parasitology at the Vetmeduni Vienna, Austria.
She is an EBVS-certified Specialist in Veterinary Parasitology (Diplomate of the European Veterinary parasitology College) and member of several professional organisations and editorial boards of scientific journals. To date, Prof. Anja Joachim has published 188 peer-reviewed papers and 3 book chapters (November 2019). Her research focus is on the host-parasite interactions in the pig, especially Improvement of control strategies against parasites and in vivo and in vitro models for parasite infections. She is currently investigating novel diagnostic and control options against Cystoisospora suis, the causative agent of suckling piglet coccidiosis.
Prof. Joachim is currently the head of the Institute of Parasitology at the University of Veterinary Medicine in Vienna, Austria.

18.30-19.00 > Daniel Sperling
Iron deficiency. Can we do better?

Mr Sperling graduated in 2003 with a DVM from the Veterinary and Pharmaceutical University in Brno, Czech Republic. He then went on to obtain a PHD in Specialisation on enteric disease of swine from the Institute of Microbiology and Infectious Disease, Faculty of Veterinary Medicine. During this period Mr Sperling worked as an assistant at the Institute of Microbiology and Infectious Disease, after which he became an Associate Professor at the Ruminant and Swine Clinic, Faculty of Veterinary Medicine at the University of Veterinary and Pharmaceutical Sciences, Brno.
He has 4 years of experience as a field veterinarian with specialisation in pig medicine, 12 years of experience working in pharmaceutical industry and is currently the Corporate Veterinary Manager for Pharma products, Ceva Sante Animale, France.

19.00-19.20 > Nicolas Guerra
Forceris; a single action for a healthy start

Mr. Guerra received his DVM from Santiago de Compostela University in 2000 and his Master from European Pharmacy Business School in 2007 in Madrid. His practice experience is mixed in swine practice and animal health business. His background also includes swine practitioner, swine consultant and swine technical manager within the animal health industry.
Mr Guerra has developed different positions in technical and marketing areas in referenced laboratories worldwide and currently serves as the corporate marketing manager of the Swine Business Unit at Ceva Animal Health. In this capacity, he provides analysis and advocacy on issues related with swine production, swine health and business development.

19.20 - 19.30 > Questions and Answers




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