Day and Time

Sunday 14th July

6-7

7-9

Monday 15th July

9-9:30

9:35-10:05

10:10-10:40

10:40-11:10

11:10-11:40

11:40-12:00


12:00-1:15

1:15-1:45

1:50-2:20

2:20-2:40

2:40-3:10

3:10-3:40

3:40-4:10

4:10-5:00

6-9

Tuesday 16th July

9-9:30


9:35-10:05

10:10-10:40

10:40-11:10

11:10-11:35

11:35-12:00

12:00-1:15

1:15-1:45


1:50-2:20

2:20-2:40

2:40-3:10

3:10-4:00

4:00-5:00

6-9

Wednesday 17th  July

8:30-9:00  

9:00-10:00

10:00-10:30

10:30-11:00

11:00-12:00

Speaker




Memo Arroyo

Scott Weese (TBC)


Alfred Merritt

Stephen Greiman

Yasuko Rikihisa



Maureen Long

Group discussion



Paco Uzal

John Prescott

Group discussion



Manabu Nemoto

Ashley Whitehead

Participants

Registrants



Group discussion


Marcio Costa

Michael Surette



Anthony Blikslager

Harold McKenzie



Group discussion


Gary Magdesian

Emma Allen-Vercoe



Participants

Group discussion

Registrants



Gary Magdesian; Scott Weese (or alternate)  

Group discussion



Group discussion

Group discussion



 

 

 

 

Activity-topic



Welcome reception  

Workshop welcome dinner

What are we trying to achieve?

My views on colitis; Brief keynote talk


Evolution of equine gastroenterology and future directions

A global perspective of Neorickettsia spp.colitis

Potomac Horse Fever

Break

Salmonellosis

What do we need to know about Potomac Horse Fever and salmonellosis?

Lunch

Clostridium difficile-associated colitis

Clostridium perfringens-associated colitis

What do we need to know about acute clostridial colitis?

Break

Coronavirus

Diagnostic approach to enterocolitis cases:  Best practices.

Short Abstract presentations

Wine Tour and Dinner



What are the other agents of acute equine colitis? What are we missing?

The equine GI microbiome: what have we learned?

The human GI microbiome: what have we learned?

Break

Pathophysiology of GI inflammation I

Pathophysiology of GI inflammation II

Lunch

What do we need to know about the equine microbiome and the inflammation in colitis?

Standard of care in equine enterocolitis: what is the evidence?

FMT in humans and animals.

Break

Short Abstract presentations

Can we improve prevention and treatment of adult colitis?

Dinner



What we’ve learned from this workshop

Research priorities in in acute equine colitis

Break

Opportunities for research collaboration

Early working lunch: Do we need a consensus statement on acute equine colitis? Other topics.