Homologous and Heterologous Protection against Brazilian BR-I Viruses of Infectious Bronchitis (2503_1)
Poultry Posters |  Infectious Bronchitis Virus
Saturday | 12:00 PM -  6:00 PM
Henry B. Gonzalez Convention Center||220

 

Speaker(s)

Jorge Chacón PhD
Ceva Animal Health

Veterinarian with thirteen years of experience in the poultry industry. Degrees of Master and PhD obtained at University of São Paulo. Manager of broiler farms, professor of production and diseases of poultry; clinical, serological and molecular diagnosis of poultry diseases. Expert in molecular detection and characterization of avian pathogens. Author of chapters in book of poultry diseases, many publications in international scientific journals, technical journals and scientific and technical meetings. Expert in experimental design, research and development of live and inactivated viral vaccines for poultry industry, support to regulatory affairs. Spanish, Portuguese and English languages.<br>Previous positions: Senior Developer and Manager in R&amp;D directorate of Ceva Animal Health. Hungary and Brazil.<br>Current position: Technical Services Manager - Poultry at Ceva Animal Health. Brazil.

Presentation Info

CE Credit(s): 0.00
CE Level: 2

Description

Protection against Brazilian BR-I wild viruses of Infectious Bronchitis was evaluated using Massachusetts and attenuated virus belonging to BR-I strain. Vaccination and challenge studies were conducted in one-day-old SPF and commercial chickens that were vaccinated by ocular and spray routes.