Research pubs

Last changed: 25 March 2024

2023-02-15: Welcome; Lotta Berg, SLU

  • Ethics and One Health; Where are we heading? Henrik Lerner, Department of Health Care Science; Marie Cederschiöld, University, Stockholm.
  • One Health at the planetary scale: Scope and vision of the SciLifeLab Planetary Biology capability, Stefan Bertilsson, Department of Aquatic Sciences and Assessment, SLU and Scientific lead for the SciLifeLab Planetary Biology capability.

2023-05-23: Welcome; Karin Troell, SVA

  • PFAS in the food chain – how big is the problem and are there health risk? Anders Glyn, Department of Biomedical Science and Veterinary Public Health; Pharmacology and Toxicology Unit, SLU.
  • New approaches to detect chemical hazards in drinking water, Johan Lundqvist, Department of Biomedical Science and Veterinary Public Health; Pharmacology and Toxicology Unit, SLU.

2022-11-09: Umeå/Zoom meeting, Role of ecological monitoring and modelling in One Health

  • Looking back to understand the future – The value of environmental monitoring for disease ecology, Frauke Ecke, University of Helsinki; Finland and SLU.
  • Ecological modelling in epidemiology – examples from dengue vectors and an outlook on eco-evolutionary processes in zoonotic disease transmission, Henrik Sjödin, Department of Public Health and Clinical Medicine, Umeå University.

2021-09-21: Digital seminar, Theme Updates on vaccines and epidemiological status on Covid-19

  • Pandemic vaccination, Anna Gillman, Deputy infection control physician, Regional CDC, Region Uppsala, Sweden.
  • Development of a pandemic vaccine, Karin Lövgren Bengtsson, Product Development, Novavax AB, Uppsala, Sweden.

2021-11-25: Digital seminar, Theme Emerging mosquito borne infections with focus on vector competence

  • Swedish vector mosquito species, Anders Lindström, Researcher, National Veterinary Institute, Sweden.
  • Vector competence of Swedish mosquitoes for emerging mosquito-borne viruses, Olivia Wesula Lwande, Researcher, Umeå University, Sweden.

2020-09-17: Antibiotic resistance in the shadow of Covid-19

  • Perceptions of antibiotic use in veterinary medicine and public health in Sweden, Hedvig Gröndal, Postdoctor at the Department of Biomedical Science and Veterinary Public Health, SLU.
  • Challenges in implementing the C-reactive protein test in the primary care consultation and implications for antibiotic prescription, Anna Lindström, Professor of Language and Social Interaction, Uppsala University.

More information about the research on Antibiotic resistance in the shadow of Covid-19.

2020-06-02: Zoom seminar (due to Covid), theme Different aspects of coronaviruses in animals and SARS-CoV 2 in humans

  • Coronaviruses in animals – similarities and differences to SARS-CoV-2, Jonas Johansson Wensman, DVM, Associate Professor/Veterinary infectious diseases, Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences.
  • Sars-cov2 - host cell interaction, Lijo John, Researcher, National Veterinary Institute.
  • Discussion: Impressions of a clinician in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic (Intryck från en kliniker mitt i COVID-19-pandemin). One Health Sweden Chair Josef Järhult (MD, PhD Associate Professor, Lecturer, Consultant Infectious Diseases) discusses with Paul Skorup, MD, PhD, Specialized Infectious Disease Physician (NB- Discussion in Swedish).

2020-02-25: Gene mapping and ethics

  • Welcome, Sanna Sternberg-Lewerin, DVM, Professor in Epidemiology and Disease Control, SLU.
  • Can gene mapping solve health problems in livestock populations? Lisa Jonas, Dr. agr., Associate Professor Quantitative Genetics, SLU.
  • Health, welfare and further challenges – ethical aspects of gene mapping of animals, Helena Röcklinsberg, PhD, Senior Lecturer in Animal Ethics, SLU.

More information about the research on Gene mapping and ethics.

2019-11-20: Sequencing, diagnostics and surveillance, Cecilia Jernberg PhD, Hilde Riedel PhD, absent.

2019-11-12: SVAs Research Day. Theme: One Health EJP.

2019-09-17: Surveillance and Risk Management at Outbreaks

  • Lotta Berg, DVM, professor, SLU. Speakers: Computer simulations to study animal disease outbreaks and evaluate control strategies, Stefan Widgren DVM, PhD, Statens veterinärmedicinska anstalt (SVA).
  • Civil defence and the health sector: colliding worlds? Fredrik Bynander, Assoc prof, Director, Centre for Societal Security, Försvarshögskolan.
  • Emergency strategies and pandemic response at field and civilian hospitals, Erik Salaneck, MD, Assoc prof, Akademiska sjukhuset, Uppsala University Hospital.

2019-05-07: Three Es EHEC, Echinococcus and ESBL

  • EHEC outbreaks in Sweden, Robert Söderlund, PhD, National Veterinary Institute.
  • Echinococcus,  Marika Hjertqvist, MSc, Public Health Agency of Sweden.
  • Emerging, epidemic & endemic AMR. Impact food safety and security, Ivar Vågsholm, Professor, DVM, SLU.

2019-03-06: Tick talks - tick-borne disease from ecology to the clinic

  • Experiences from the Center for vector-borne infections at Akademiska sjukhuset, Björn Olsen, Professor, Senior Physician, Infectious Diseases, Department of Medical Sciences, Uppsala University.
  • Into the woods: tick ecology and vector-host interactions, Laura Gonzales Carra, M.Sc. Ethology, Stockholm University, Department of Medical Sciences, Uppsala University.

2018-12-05: Influenza now and in the future

  • Mia Brytting, Associate Professor, Public Health Agency of Sweden and Josef Järhult, Associate Professor, Uppsala University.

2018-05-21: Decoding and understanding complex microbial systems around and within us

  • Stefan Bertilsson, Uppsala University, and The microbial ecosystem within us and its role for health, Johan Dicksved, Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences.

2017-10-05: Different aspects of the host immune system in low-pathogenic avian influenza virus infections in waterfowl

  • Josanne Verhagen, Linnaeus University, and Lactobacilli-mediated immune regulation in vitro and in vivo, Eva Sverremark-Ekström, Stockholm University.

2017-05-17: Antibiotic use and antibacterial resistance in the farm animal sector - challenges and potentials

  • Jenny Lundström, DVM, PhD, and Evolution of Resistance to Ciprofloxacin in Escherichia coli ENABLE - Early stage antibacterial drug discovery & development, Diarmaid Hughes, Uppsala University.

2016-09-13: Is your salad safe to eat? Growth of pathogens in ready-to-eat salads

  • Karin Söderqvist, Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences, Using WGS as the primary tool in molecular surveillance of foodborne pathogens, Cecilia Jernberg, Public Health Agency, and Preventing foodborne diseases – what does the Food Agency do?, Hans Lindmark, National Food Agency.

2016-05-10: A healthy ecosystem can reduce Hantavirus risk: voles, shrews and owls in a changing environ­ment

  • Hussein Khalil, Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences, The Zika outbreak and its control, Jan Lundström, Uppsala University, Malaria - epidemiology and microscopy, Maria Lundberg, Uppsala University hospital.

2015-11-23: Aspects of bacterial resistance to silver

  • Susanne Sütterlin, Uppsala Univerity, Babesia, a tick-borne zoonosis in Sweden, Martin Andersson, Linnaeus University, and Fly larvae composting – The future in waste management and protein production, Björn Vinnerås, Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences.

2015-04-08: One Health approaches to different problems- work at International Livestock Research Institute (ILRI)

  • Johanna Lindahl, Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences, and Highly pathogenic Leptospira in Swedish urban brown rats, Tanja Strand, Uppsala University.

2015-01-26: Essential conclusions from the Fifth Assessment Report from the Intergovernmental Panel of Climate Change

  • Lars Bärring, Swedish Meteorological and Hydrological Institute (SMHI), Global Environmental Change and Infectious Diseases in Europe: Prototype Early Warning Systems, Jan Semenza, European Center for Disease Prevention and Control (ECDC), and West Nile Fever, Linda Ernholm, National Veterinary Institute (SVA).

2014-05-08: Cost-risk analyses for infectious diseases

  • Kristian Sundström, Agrifoods and Follow-up after the cryptosporidium outbreak in Östersund 2010, Anna Lindberg, Swedish Defense Research Agency (FOI).

2013-12-05: Mosquito-borne infections in Sweden

  • Clas Ahlm, Umeå University, Identification of mosquito vectors through metabarcoding, Tobias Lilja, National Veterinary Institute (SVA), Identification of Swedish mosquitoes based on molecular barcoding, Göran Bucht, FOI and Outbreak of mosquito-borne Ockelbo-Sindbis in Northern Sweden 2013, Magnus Evander, Umeå University.

2013-10-09: Towards a better understanding of adenovirus-associated diseases

  • Tanel Punga, Uppsala University, Bacterial sialidases in parasite genomes- new drug targets, Cecilia Alsmark, Uppsala University, and Selection of resistant bacteria at very low antibiotic levels, Linus Sandegren, Uppsala University.

2013-05-16: Phage therapy: Hope or hoax?

  • Anders Nilsson, Stockholm University, and Novel antibiotics from nature, Joakim Bjerketorp, Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences.

2012-12-06: One example of shared samples. From collection to publication

  • Désirée Jansson, National Veterinary Institute (SVA), Sample collection from Antarctica, Lotta Berg, Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences, Sample collection, what do I need to consider before, during collection and for storage? Uppsala Biobank, Rules, recommendations, and ethics for authorship, Hans-Gustaf Ljunggren, KI. The seminars were followed by a discussion on: What we want within IEE. Do we need a system for advertising samples, planned sample collections or projects? How do we want such a system to be set up?

2012-10-09: Foodborne zoonoses and how SMI handles monitoring and outbreaks

Sofie Ivarsson, SMI and The significance of rodent communities for the distribution of Echinococcus multilocularis: ecological and experimental investigations, Johan Höglund and Andrea Miller, Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences.

2010-11-09: Why should we care about dengue?

  • Anne Tuiskunen, SMI and Tamiflu and resistance, Josef Järhult, Uppsala University Hospital.