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SLU conducts interdisciplinary research in the One Health area. On this page, you will find research results, information about ongoing research projects and about SLU's research infrastructures. You can also read about the research projects funded by SLU Future One Health.

Why is One Health research important?

The research area One Health aim to grow knowledge about the interaction between animal-, human- and ecosystem health. This complex relationship requires an interdisciplinary approach and collaboration between veterinary medicine, epidemiology, ecology, animal husbandry, human medicine, behavioral science, economics and several other scientific disciplines. At SLU, there is broad competence within the One Health area.

Seed funded research projects

Here you can read about research projects that have been seed funded by SLU Future One Health.

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One Health research projects at SLU

One Health research is conducted at many departments at SLU. Here you will find information about some of our ongoing projects.

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One Health research results from SLU

The impact of animals and nature for humans, infectious diseases and antimicrobial resistance, as well as common lifestyle diseases are some of the areas involved.

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One Health research infrastructure

Our facilities, laboratories, instruments and databases are also available to researchers at other universities and companies.

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Published: 22 May 2024 - Page editor: futureonehealth@slu.se