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CHRO 2015

The 18th International Conference on Campylobacter, Helicobacter and Related Organisms (CHRO) was held between 1st – 5th November 2015, in Rotorua, New Zealand.   Members of the Enigma study attended the conference and shared research findings with scientists from around the globe:

Plenary Lecture

  • Campylobacter: epidemiology of an enigmatic organism. Prof Sarah O’Brien

Oral presentations:

  • Survival of Campylobacter jejuni in soil from the dairy farm environment is dependent upon strain, temperature and presence of other micro-organisms.
  • C. jejuni M1 survival in nutrient poor water: gene expression profiles during the viable but non–‐culturable (VBNC) state
  • A longitudinal study of Campylobacter in a dairy farm environment.

Poster presentations:

  • Population SNP profiling (PSP) of Campylobacterjejuni from the poultry and dairy farm environment
  • Survival of Campylobacter in the Poultry Farm Environment
  • Molecular typing of Campylobacter isolated from the Poultry Farm Environment
  • Campylobacter inchildren under the age of 5 years old
  • Exploring porA allele diversity among Campylobacter jejuni isolated from the environment on a dairy farm