Please carefully review your registration options before going to the secure site to register. The conference occurs Sunday, April 27-Wednesday, April 30 at The Commons Hotel with four (4) full-day, hands-on workshops scheduled for Wednesday. Space is extremely limited and will be filled on a first-come, first-serve basis.
- One Health: The Reality on the Ground
- Vision for Safe Food Systems From Local to Global
- Is It Possible to Predict the Next Outbreak Threat?
- Grantsmanship in a Changing Environment
Early Registration Discounts:
Take advantage of this limited time offer. Early registration rate is valid through Wednesday, March 26, 2014.
Academic and Government Special Rates:
Full-time employees of a government organization and universities are eligible to take advantage of a 30% savings off industry rates.
NOTE: there will be no onsite registration!
|Conference Registration Options||Academic/Government Rates||Industry Rates|
|Early Rate||Regular Rate||Early Rate||Regular Rate|
|Main conference + workshop |
|Main conference only |
|Workshop only (Wednesday)||$150||$250||$195||$295|
All cancellations must be made in writing to email@example.com. Cancellations made on or before April 4, 2014 will be refunded 80% of the total registration fee. Cancellations after April 4th will not be eligible for a refund.
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Additional One Health Partnership Workshop on Thursday, May 1
This workshop is organized by the University of Minnesota's Center for Animal Health and Food Safety and will occur at the conclusion of the iCOMOS conference.
For $85.00 stay an extra day to participate in Seeing One Health Partnerships at Work: Successful Public-Private-Academic Models
This year’s One Health Partnerships workshop will focus on seeing One Health in practice where it is happening. Groups of workshop participants will visit One Health practitioners in government, academia or the community to discuss how and why they working across disciplines to solve challenges at the interface of animals, humans and the environment. The workshop participants will then convene for lunch at EcoLab, a tour of their innovative facility and work and, finally, a discussion of how One Health works in the ‘real world’.
Morning Activity Options
- Trans-disciplinary Capacity Building for One Health-No limit
- Community Engagement for One Health Action-Space is limited to 20
- Minnesota Model: Inter-agency Collaboration on Food Safety-Space is limited to 20