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IVVN and IDRC Fellowship Programme dissemination event - Shared screen with speaker view
Hafza Qamar un Nisa
15:49
Hello welcome
Mercy Akinyi
17:08
Good to see you here!
Wendy Manchur
17:13
Hi everyone! Welcome!
Amany Hassan
17:21
hello eveyone
Laura Oliveira
17:32
Hello everyone!
IVVN
17:36
Welcome, everyone. You can use this chat box to introduce yourself and discuss with other attendees.
Hussein Abkallo
17:37
Hello, looking forward to exciting presentations.
IVVN
17:40
Select To: Everyone to make sure other attendees can see your message
Mercy Akinyi
17:40
Hello everyone
Angela Makumi
17:43
Hello everyone
Tanja Smith
17:47
Hello everyone!
Laura Oliveira
17:55
Hello everyone!
Sreeja Preetham
18:01
Hello all!!
Anni McLeod
18:23
Hello everyone. Looking forward to all the presentations.
Lucilla Steinaa
19:45
Hello looking forward to the presentations and Angela's of cause from ILRI :-)
Evelyn Baraké
20:02
Hi Everyone, joining today from IDRC as well. Looking forward to the presentations!
Purity Apiyo
21:21
Hello, everyone. joining from Institute of Primate Research-Kenya. Am ready to learn from the presentations
Nicholas Svitek
22:44
Hello everyone. Joining from ILRI and looking forward to hearing about all the projects.
Nicholas Svitek
36:38
Me too
Angela Makumi
36:39
me too
Laura Oliveira
36:43
Me too
Hussein Abkallo
36:49
Same case here
Wendy Manchur
38:26
Hi everyone, Wendy Manchur joining from IDRC based in Ottawa, Canada.
Anna Lacasta
38:32
Anna Lacasta immunology International Livestock Research Institute.
Mirinda Van Kleef
39:42
Hello everyone, Mirinda van Kleef from ARC-OVI, South Africa
WAGDY ELASHMAWY
40:09
Hello everyone, Wagdy ElAshmawy joining for UC DAVIS, CA, USA.
Anni McLeod
41:21
Anni McLeod. I'm a consultant to SEBI-Livestock and ILRI. Specialise in livestock economics, policy, management, also working on gender inclusivity.
OKRI FREJUS OHOUKO
42:57
Hans OHOUKO, PhD student in Animal health and Pharmacology from the University of Abomey-Calavi (BENIN)
Mercy Akinyi
43:14
Sorry all. My internet just dropped off.
Tim Connelley
44:31
HIi Mercy - welcome back!!
najete safini
45:07
Najete SAFINI PhD in molecular genetics molecular pathology & biotech also am MBA student and working in biotech devlpmt projects from Morocco
Daniel Gizaw Demissie (Animal Health Institute )
51:20
It is really wonderful presentation
Tim Connelley
52:55
Please feel free to start posting questions for Amany….
Ros Chapman
56:18
Hi Amany What platform do you plan to use to make a vaccine once you have identified the peptides/proteins?
SAO PUTH
57:43
I am Puth Sao from Cambodia. To your option, which technologies are the most promising for the future development of vaccine against parasites as your presentation?
Ros Chapman
57:59
Thanks
Hussein Abkallo
01:07:12
Hi Mercy. You mentioned that only ONE study has screened for CoV in baboons in Kenya. (1). What is/are their finding(s)? How different is your approach, if any? (2). Why baboons, and what's the significance of baboons in CoV transmission?
SAO PUTH
01:11:27
Thank you for great talk! How important are seroprevalence data to drive vaccine strategies? Covid vaccine as an example
SAO PUTH
01:13:50
Thanks!
najete safini
01:14:22
good job dear fellows,,i had a wonderful experience with IDRC when I was working with veterinary vaccine manufacturing company (my previous work). I am definitely interested to know if IDRC is/will be doing same work (fellowship programs) in human field projects which is another challenging areas in our region for a woman biotech-scientist/entrepreneur. Thank you IDRC & IVVN
Wendy Manchur
01:18:55
Hi Najete, From IDRC, we has quite a few different fellowship programs that have various timelines (e.g. AIMS, Gender in STEM, Breaking Barriers). The best way to keep in touch with alerts for either funding or fellowships/research award programs is to sign up for our funding alerts here: https://www.idrc.ca/en/funding
najete safini
01:21:09
ok thank you.
SAO PUTH
01:40:40
Wonderful presentation! You have shown that your nanovaccine successfully protected fishes from bacterial challenge and further you have tested the expression for several genes related to antibodies and cytokines. I am wondering that you mentioned that IFN-g gene was also highly increased, do you think your vaccine also induced T cell responses?
SAO PUTH
01:42:04
Thanks!
Wendy Manchur
02:00:25
Thanks Angela for that great presentation. What does your findings mean for more rural, small scale farmers, esp women farmers, who are raising more likely indigenous chickens if some of these vaccines don't elicit antibody responses (vs commercial chicken farmers raising broilers and layers)?
Pauline Otoli
02:01:53
good job. the success of this will help farmers so much.what's your worry on the birds that died? is it because the bacteriophage didn't work for that?
Wendy Manchur
02:03:50
Thanks Angela! Interesting.
SAO PUTH
02:04:38
Thank you for great talk. I might misunderstand your very last part. Regarding to your bacterialphage technology, in future do you plan to express multivalent vaccine antigen from shamonela in phage display?
Pauline Otoli
02:05:30
Thank you Angela.
SAO PUTH
02:06:05
Thanks Angela!
Anni McLeod
02:08:32
Apologies, I have to move to another meeting. Very interesting presentations. Congratulations to all the researchers.
Carly Hamilton
02:11:02
Sorry about the very short break everyone!
Carly Hamilton
02:11:20
Ready when you are, Wendy and Laura
Wendy Manchur
02:30:03
Hi everyone. Please feel free to type any questions you may have for Laura in the chat!
Daniel Gizaw Demissie (Animal Health Institute )
02:37:27
Thank you Laura, is there any hope for livestock producers to by pass AMR of bacteria and continues production in future?
Angela Makumi
02:38:56
you could use phages for mastitis😅
Daniel Gizaw Demissie (Animal Health Institute )
02:38:57
Thank Laura
Angela Makumi
02:39:05
thanks laura
Laura Oliveira
02:39:23
Thanks Daniel, for your question
Laura Oliveira
02:39:47
Great idea, Angela! Let's talk about this ;)
Daniel Gizaw Demissie (Animal Health Institute )
02:41:30
Ok that great!!
Angela Makumi
02:46:24
Sure!! there are a lot of people using phages for acute Mastitis infections.. ets follow up on email.
Nicholas Svitek
02:52:20
Congratulations to all for great presentations and great work!
SAO PUTH
02:52:49
Great work and congratulations to all!
Daniel Gizaw Demissie (Animal Health Institute )
02:53:10
Thank you all for nice presentation
Laura Oliveira
02:54:33
I'm not able to open my camera
Laura Oliveira
02:55:01
Thanks!
Carly Hamilton
02:55:16
No probs
Mercy Akinyi
02:57:19
introduction to genomics and equipment acquisition as well. I now have a PhD student who will be using the equipment.
Evelyn Baraké
03:14:29
Congratulations on all you've achieved as part of this fellowship and thank you for sharing your work with us today. Big round of applause!
Angela Makumi
03:14:53
Thanks to IVVN and IDRC
Sreeja Preetham
03:15:23
Thank you IVVN and IDRC.
Laura Oliveira
03:15:28
Thanks IVVN and IDRC for this amazing opportunity!
SAO PUTH
03:16:23
Thank you all a lot!