Research Project Database
Code: 634429
1: 634429
Title: Horizon 2020 (H2020-SFS-10a-2014) | Advanced Tools and Research Strategies for Parasite Control in European farmed fish (ParaFishControl)
2: Horizon 2020 (H2020-SFS-10a-2014) | Advanced Tools and Research Strategies for Parasite Control in European farmed fish (ParaFishControl)
Country: Hungary
3: Hungary
Funding Organisation: European Commission
4: European Commission
Animal Group: Fish
5: Fish
Pathogen:  
6:  
Disease:  
7:  
Category: Epidemiology including disease ecology, modelling, transmission dynamics, early warning, risk and decision support
Diagnostic test development incl. sensors
Therapeutics and anti-infective agents, including innovative anti-infective approaches
Disease pathogenesis, including pathogen biology, evolution and resistance
8: Diagnostic test development incl. sensors
Disease pathogenesis, including pathogen biology, evolution and resistance
Epidemiology including disease ecology, modelling, transmission dynamics, early warning, risk and decision support
Therapeutics and anti-infective agents, including innovative anti-infective approaches
9: 73,77,78,79
Research Organisation: Institute for Veterinary Medical Research (Centre for Agricultural Research)
10: Institute for Veterinary Medical Research (Centre for Agricultural Research)
Number of Research Staff (FTE):  
11:  
Principal Investigator (PI): Csaba Székely
12: Csaba Székely
Cost (Euros): 8104133
13: 8104133
End Date (dd/mm/yyyy): 31-03-2020
14: 1585609200
Duration (months): 60
15: 60
Link: http://aoti.agrar.mta.hu/en/projects_Horizon_2020_H2020_SFS_10a_2014
16: http://aoti.agrar.mta.hu/en/projects_Horizon_2020_H2020_SFS_10a_2014
Project objectives and deliverables with estimated delivery dates for each deliverable (if possible): During the project, the consortium will pursue research on the parasitic diseases of the six main European cultured fish species (Atlantic salmon, rainbow trout, gilthead sea bream, European sea bass, turbot and common carp) and develop solutions for the control of the pathogens involved. Our research group will participate in the research of parasitic diseases of common carp. The consortial work will be implemented in the following eight work packages (WP): WP1: Host–parasite interactions, WP2: Wild-farmed fish parasite transfer, WP3: Prophylactic measures, WP4: Diagnostic tools and methods, WP5: Innovative treatments, WP6: Risk analysis and parasite surveillance, WP7: Fish product safety, WP8: Dissemination, technology transfer and take-up. Our research group will participate in work packages WP1, WP3, WP4, WP5 and WP7 in the research of several important common carp parasites, e.g. in studying the life cycle of the myxosporean (Myxozoa) Thelohanellus species, improving the control of one of the most important parasitic fish diseases, white spot disease (caused by Ichthyophthirius multifiliis) with new active substances and by alternative methods, as well as in research focusing on the development and phylogenetic relations of zoonotic fish-parasitic trematodes occurring in Hungary.
17: During the project, the consortium will pursue research on the parasitic diseases of the six main European cultured fish species (Atlantic salmon, rainbow trout, gilthead sea bream, European sea bass, turbot and common carp) and develop solutions for the control of the pathogens involved. Our research group will participate in the research of parasitic diseases of common carp. The consortial work will be implemented in the following eight work packages (WP): WP1: Host–parasite interactions, WP2: Wild-farmed fish parasite transfer, WP3: Prophylactic measures, WP4: Diagnostic tools and methods, WP5: Innovative treatments, WP6: Risk analysis and parasite surveillance, WP7: Fish product safety, WP8: Dissemination, technology transfer and take-up. Our research group will participate in work packages WP1, WP3, WP4, WP5 and WP7 in the research of several important common carp parasites, e.g. in studying the life cycle of the myxosporean (Myxozoa) Thelohanellus species, improving the control of one of the most important parasitic fish diseases, white spot disease (caused by Ichthyophthirius multifiliis) with new active substances and by alternative methods, as well as in research focusing on the development and phylogenetic relations of zoonotic fish-parasitic trematodes occurring in Hungary.
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