NeoGiANT held its 4th General Assembly and 8th Steering Committee in Tenerife (Canary Islands, Spain) on the 27th and 28th of November.
The meeting was organised by one of our partners, Universidad de La Laguna, on the beautiful and warm island of Tenerife. Kindly arranged by the local partners and the project’s coordinators, it was arranged both in-person and online presence. Every partner was present in one way or another and they were able to share their advances, successful milestones, and challenges that they bumped into in their work packages during the last six months of the project.
We find ourselves in month #25, we already passed the halfway point of the project. Results are coming to life; challenges have come up and both will keep on coming. However, the NeoGiANT consortium has managed to maintain a great organizing and communicating system, so every little step we take together takes us a bit closer to where we want to arrive: to achieve the project’s objectives, to safeguard animals from infectious diseases prevalent in livestock and aquaculture while curbing the emergence and spread of antimicrobial resistances (AMR). Implementing innovative solutions in animal health not only promotes sustainability but also plays a vital role in advancing global health initiatives.
NeoGiANT is possible thanks to the support and funding of European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No 101036768.