A workshop in Singapore 2013
The overall objective of the workshop aimed to investigate and share information on the diversity of zoonotic pathogens and parasites that reside and can inflict public health hazards on human populations in the SEA environments. Thus, it aimed to create a research network within SEA so as to provide opportunities to share tools and concepts for pathogen identification (barcoding), sample collection and preservation (biobanking), data collection (ebanking), and different aspects of health ecology (ecohealth).
This workshop in Singapore was held on the 6th and 7th August 2013. Participants invited from SEA giva short presentations in their own disciplines (medicine, veterinary, epidemiology, ecology, law, ethics and wildlife management).
Lajaunie C, Morand S, Huan TB (2014) Barcoding, biobanking, ebanking for “One Health” projects in South-East Asia: considering ethics and international law. Eubios Journal of Asian and International Bioethics 24: 129-131.
Lajaunie C, Morand S. (2015) Barcoding, biobanking, ebanking: From ecological to ethical and legal aspects. Insights from the PathodivSEA project. In Morand S, Dujardin J-P, Lefait-Rollin R, Apiwathnasorn C (eds) Socio-ecological dimensions of Infectious diseases, Springer Singapore