One Health webinars - The interaction between nature, people and animals

Last changed: 05 October 2020
Man hiking in autumn in a colorful forest with a dog.

SLU Future Animals, Nature and Health have so far funded a total of 18 detailed analyses. In this series the result of these studies are presented. Save the dates and "Zoom in" on One Health with us!

Where? Via Zoom, link (no password required) will be found on the calendar web page for each webinar, see the programme and links below. 

Welcome - No pre-registration required!

Programme

8 September

Time: 12.15–12.30
Subject: Introduction to webinar series and platform funding to deeper analysis.
Speaker: Lena Lidfors

Time: 12.30–13.00
Subject: Introduction of artificial intelligence within diagnostics in veterinary medicine – A concept validation of automatic evaluations of lameness in horses from videos
Speaker: Elin Hernlund (CV-page)

Read more about the project: Introduction of artificial intelligence within diagnostics in veterinary medicine – A concept validation of automatic evaluations of lameness in horses from videos.

More information about Elin Hernlunds webinar.

22 September

Join the webinar 22 September via Zoom (you will find the link on the calendar page)

Time: 12.00–12.30
Subject: Antimicrobial resistance in complex microbial communities
Speaker: Stefan Bertilsson (CV-page)

Time: 12.30–13.00
Subject: Understanding decision making on antibiotic use in contrasting countries and animal species
Speaker: Gabriela Olmos (CV-page)

Read more about the project: Understanding decision making on antibiotic use in contrasting countries and animal species.

6 October

Join the webinar 6 October via Zoom (you will find the link on the calendar page)

Time: 12.00–12.30
Subject: Zoonosis that can have importance for dog assisted interventions
Speaker: Henrik Lerner 

Read more about the project: Zoonoses that may affect dog-assisted interventions.

Time: 12.30–13.00
Subject: Microfluidics – new parasite diagnostics for horses
Speaker: Eva Tydén (CV-page)

Read more about the project: Microfluidics – new parasite diagnostics for horses.

13 October - “Vector borne diseases”

Join the webinar 13 October via Zoom (you will find the link on the calendar page)

Time: 12.00–12.30 
Subject: Animal skin chemistry and trypanosomosis control
Speaker: Professor Baldwyn Torto, Icipe

Time: 12.30–13.00
Subject: Mosquito vector ecology and management: a semiochemical approach
Speaker: Sharon Hill, SLU (CV-page)

Read more about the project: How does malaria mosquitos evolve to bite humans?

3 November

Join the webinar 3 November via Zoom (you will find the link on the calendar page)

Time: 12.00–12.30
Subject: Well-being and landscape – beyond nature
Speakers: Marie Kågström (CV-page) and Andrew Butler (CV-page)

Read more about the projecty: Well-being and landscape – beyond nature" (in Swedish).

Time: 12.30–13.00
Subject: Does infections caused by ticks increase in animals and humans i northern Sweden?
Speaker: Ann Albihn

Read more about the project: Does infections caused by ticks increase in animals and humans i northern Sweden?

17 November

Join the webinar 17 November via Zoom (you will find the link on the calendar page)

Time: 12.00–12.30
Subject: TBD
Speaker: TBD

Time: 12.30–13.00
Subject: AMR in low-income countries
Speaker: Ulf Magnusson (CV-page)

1 December

Join the webinar 1 December via Zoom (you will find the link on the calendar page)

Time: 12.00–12.30
Subject: Serglycin, a new prognostic biomarker for cancer in dogs
Speaker: Magnus Åbrink

Read more about the project: Serglycin, a new prognostic biomarker for cancer in dogs.

Time: 12.30–13.00
Subject: In-depth analysis of conditions for clinical research
Speaker: Bodil Ström Holst (CV-page)

Read more about the project: In-depth analysis of conditions for clinical research (in Swedish). 

15 December

Join the webinar 15 December via Zoom (you will find the link on the calendar page)

Time: 14.00–15.00
Subject: Risk factors and dynamics of verotoxigenic Escherichia coli O157:H7 on cattle farms: An observational study combining information from questionnaires, spatial data and molecular analyses
Speaker: Dr. Lena-Mari Tamminen who won the prize for best scientific publication 2019 - Funding for deep analysis: Full genome sequencing of EHEC-lines that cause sickness in Swedish calves
Place: Davlin, VHC booked with Zoom link. Max 30 persons allowed into Davlin. Cake to those attending.

Read more about the project: Whole-genome sequencing of disease-causing EHEC strains from Swedish calves.

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