I3s2022 - 20-22 June 2022 - Saint Malo (France)
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International Symposium Salmonella and Salmonellosis

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Santé Publique France
Institut Pasteur


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- Hotel des marins, 2 rue des marins, Saint-Malo (closed town) -  

Sunday 19th June 2022

17.00 - 19.00 Welcome and registration




- Venue: Palais du Grand Large - 2 quai Duguay Trouin - Saint-Malo - 

Monday 20th June 2022



7.30 - 8.45: Welcome and registration

8.45 - 9.15: Opening ceremony by Marianne CHEMALY - Chair, Pierre COLIN - Honorary Chair and Gilles

SALVAT - Managing General Director for Research and Reference of ANSES FRANCE


9.15 - 12.10 : Session 1 - Interactions between Samonella, hosts and microbiota
Chairpersons: Guntram GRASSL (Germany) and Isabelle VIRLOGEUX-PAYANT (France)


Keynote : Intestinal glycosylation determines the host’s susceptibility to S. Typhimurium infection
Guntram GRASSL (Germany)


Oral communications

Samonella Typhimurium is able to invade and survive intracellularly independently of its T3SS1

Sébastien HOLBERT (France)


Truncated variants of HilC and SipA are widespread in Salmonella Derby population and associated with reduced tropism to humans through impaired colonization of human cells

Melissa BERNI ( Italy)

Quorum sensing autoinducer-3 in Samonella Typhimurium: from its biosynthesis to its impact on cell physiology

Claire LALLEMENT (Denmark)


10.30 - 11.15: Coffee break 

Pathoadaptation of the passerine-associated Salmonella enterica serovar Typhimurium lineage to the avian host

Ohad GAL-MOR (Israel)


Intestinal inflammation caused by Salmonella Typhimurium is driven by SPI2, modulated by miRNAs, and modifies microbiota for its own benefit by inducing selective dysbiosis



Samonella in pigs: impact on faceal microbiota related to the immune response

Annaëlle KEROUATON (France)


12.00 - 13.30: Lunch


13.30 - 15.30: Session 2 - Ecology and epidemiology along the food chain and beyond
Chairpersons: Dariusz WASYL (Poland) and Marianne CHEMALY (France)

Keynote: "Salmonella in the ecosystem"
Dariusz WASYL (Poland)


Oral communications 


Salmonella Kedougou, from feed to poultry farms using WGS

Laetitia BONIFAIT (France)


Investigating the dynamics of Salmonella contamination in Integrated Poultry Companies using a Whole Genome Sequencing approach

Christian VINUEZA-BURGOS (Ecuador)


Scoring the Farm-To-Fork chain and Machine Learning approach identified genetic determinants potentially involved in the monophasic S. 1,4,[5],12:i:- variant of S Typhimurium  resistance alongside food production chain

Arianna PERUZZO (Italy)


Biofilm formation promotes survival of multidrug resistant Salmonella enterica from farm to fork

Ben PASCOE ( United Kingdom)


Salmonella transmission between pig farms and wild Griffon vultures under the One Health approach

Clara MARIN (Spain)


Reptile Associated Salmonellosis in England

Ann HOBAN (United Kingdom)


15.30 - 16.15: Coffee break

16.15 - 18.15: Session 3. Risk assessment and control measures
Chairpersons: Koen DE REU (Belgium) and Laurent GUILLIER (France)


Keynote: Identification of sources, risks and control measures for Samonella contamination in poultry and pig slaughterhouses: case studies
Koen DE REU (Belgium)


Oral communications

Estimating the risk of Samonella shedding at slaughter in fattening pigs

Maria BERNAD-ROCHE (Spain)


How are laying hen farms contaminated by Salmonella? Useful insights from official epidemiological surveys in outbreaks in France

Adeline HUNEAU-SALAUN (France)


Projects to control Samonella  Infantis in Austria

Schliessnig HARALD (Austria)

Salmonella eradication in Finnish cattle and pig herds

Leena SEPPÄ-LASSILA ( Finland)

Control of Samonella in Powdered Infant Formula

Pauline KOOH (France)


Improved machine learning model for source attribution of Samonella enterica subsp. enterica serovar Typhimurium and monophasic variants, using whole genome MLST loci

Jaromir GUZINSKI (United Kingdom)


19.00 - 20.30: Official cocktail offered by CHECK-POINTS


Tuesday 21st June 2022


9.15 - 12.00: Session 4 - Antimicrobial resistance and horizontal gene transfer
Chairpersons: Fernando DE LA CRUZ (Spain) and Benoit DOUBLET (France)


Keynote: Specializations in the Salmonella Plasmidome
Fernando De La Cruz (Spain)


Oral Communications

Clinical Outcomes of Patients with Nontyphoidal Salmonella Infections by Isolate Resistance FoodNet Sites, United States, 2004 - 2018

Louise FRANCOIS WATKINS ( United States of America)


Temporal trends and epidemiological patterns of antimicrobial resistance in human Samonella enterica isolates in the Netherlands, 2008 to 2019

Linda CHANAMÉ PINEDO (The Netherlands)

10.15 - 10.45: Coffee break

XDR Samonella enterica serotype Typhi in France

Elisabeth NJAMKEPO (France)


Characterization of the emergence of multidrug resistant Salmonella Kentucky ST198 in poultry flocks in Spain



Exploring the evolutionary success of the antibiotic-resistant Salmonella Kentucky ST198

Alaa ALBASIONY (Belgium)


Exploring plasmid diversity within Samonella and other Enterobacterales communities in the swine gut microbiota using Hi-C proximity ligation sequencing

Destiina MATTRASINGH (Canada)


12.00 - 13.30: Lunch


13.30 - 15.15: Session 5 - Whole Genome Sequencing and comparative genomics
Chairpersons: Jay HINTON (United Kingdom) and François-Xavier WEILL (France)


Keynote: "What whole-genome sequencing  and functional genomics are teaching us about Salmonellosis in sub-Saharan Africa"

Jay HINTON (United Kingdom)


Oral communications

Evolutionary dynamics of multidrug resistant Salmonella enterica serovar 4,[5],12:i:- in Australia

Danielle INGLE (Australia)


The genomic epidemiology of Salmonella Panama: an understudied serovar responsible for extraintestinal infections globally

Caisey PULFORD (United Kingdom)

The whole-genome based population analysis of Samonella enterica serovar Napoli

Lise FREZAL (France)


Study of the genomic diversity of Samonella Agona in France: a persistent serotype?

Claire YVON (France)

The elephant in the Salmonella room: an integrated approach to determine the clade-specific signatures of invasive Salmonella Enteritidis

Blanca PEREZ-SEPULVEDA (United Kingdom)


15.15 - 16.00 Coffee break


16.00 - 18.00 Session 6. New tools for Salmonella detection and characterization
Chairpersons: Marc ALLARD (United States of America) and Anne BRISABOIS (France)


Keynote: “GenomeTrakr database and network updates: Lessons on what can be done with a million pathogen genomes"
Marc ALLARD (United States of America)


Oral communications

Salmonella nomenclature in the genomic era: a time for change

Marie Anne CHATTAWAY ( United Kingdom)


qPCR method for identifying highly pathogenic Salmonella serotypes

Sabrina CADEL-SIX (France)


The importance of assessing mixed-serovar Salmonella populations

Nikki SHARIAT (United States of America)


Classification of Salmonella serovars by genomic and epidemiological virulence traits

Jane POUZOU ( United States of America)


TyphiNET: An online dashboard for global genomic surveillance of Salmonella Typhi

Zoe DYSON (United Kingdom)


Swine Serum Metabolome: A Potential Target for Salmonella Infection Diagnostic



20.00 - 23.00: Official Gala dinner offered by Ceva Santé Animale 


Wednesday 22nd June 2022


9.00 - 12.00 Session 7. Epidemiology and Public health
Chairpersons: Robert TAUXE (United States of America) and Nathalie JOURDAN-DA SILVA (France)


Robert TAUXE (United States of America)


Oral Communications

Impact of whole genome sequencing on Samonella surveillance in England

Leysley LARKING (United Kingdom)

Five years of sequence based surveillance in Denmark

Mia TORPDAHL (Denmark)


Impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on Salmonella surveillance in England – silver lining?

Amy DOUGLAS (United Kingdom)


10.15 - 10.45: coffee break


Risk factors and within-patient evolution of persistent non-typhoidal Salmonella infections

Roan PIJNACKER (The Netherlands)


One-Health approach to tackling endemic Salmonella Enteritidis ST11 circulation in the EU/EEA and the United Kingdom

Johanna TAKKINEN (Sweden)


Genomic Characterization and Source Investigation of Samonella enterica serovars Tennessee and Orion Causing Two Concurrent Outbreaks Linked with Tahini, Israel 2021

Eugenia YAKUNIN (Israel)


Samonella Typhimurium in herbal medicine causing severe outbreak in vulnerable population, Denmark 2021

Luise MÜLLER (Denmark)


Large outbreak of Samonella Muenchen linked to coconut pieces, September 2020 to April 2021, Germany: An effective interaction between epidemiology and microbiology

Anika MEINEN (Germany)


12.00 - 12.30 Closing ceremony by Henriette de Valk - Head of Department Foodborne, Vectorborne and Zoonotic

Infections of Santé Publique France

End of the symposium


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