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ANSES entrusts Brice Laurent with the creation of a department dedicated to human and social sciences expertise and openness to society
On 2 June 2022, Brice Laurent was given the responsibility of creating a new department for social and economic analyses and openness to society at ANSES. This department, which he will manage, will reinforce the role of human and social sciences in the Agency's expert appraisal and communication practices.
Bérénice Renard appointed as ANSES's Ethics Officer
Bérénice Renard, recently appointed as ANSES's Director of Legal Affairs, has been appointed as Ethics Officer by decision of the Director General, Roger Genet. She took on this role on 9 May for a three-year period.
Animal health and welfare
Equine health at the heart of a new joint technology unit
The French Horse and Riding Institute (IFCE) and ANSES have set up a joint technology unit (UMT) to strengthen their shared research on horse health. Its work will focus on three main areas: an equine census and monitoring of mortality, several risks associated with parasites and pathogens in the horse environment, and infectious diseases affecting reproduction.
ANSES and ACTA renew their partnership
ANSES and ACTA, the association of French agricultural technical institutes, have just renewed their framework partnership agreement at the Paris International Agricultural Show. This allows them to continue their commitment to address the challenges facing agriculture, food and the environment.
Animal health and welfare
Using artificial intelligence to improve food safety: ANSES and the CNAM create Metabiot, a dedicated research unit
ANSES and the Conservatoire National des Arts et Métiers (CNAM) have created Metabiot, a contracted research unit dedicated to the processing of massive data on the safety of foods of animal origin. This new jointly supervised entity will conduct research into diseases that can be transmitted between animals and humans, and will focus in particular on bacteria that pose risks to human health, throughout the production chain, on farms and in the food processing industry.
The CNDP and ANSES forge a partnership to better inform and involve the public
As part of their respective commitments at the service of high-quality public debate on environmental issues, the National Commission for Public Debate (CNDP) and the French Agency for Food, Environmental and Occupational Health & Safety (ANSES) are entering into a partnership to improve the information provided to the public and support civic participation.