FRESH - Fish REaring and Stress Hazards
FRESH is a joint project between the Department of Animal Environment and Health and the Department of Animal Nutrition and Management, both at the Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences (SLU) and the Department of Biological and Environmental Sciences, University of Gothenburg (GU). The aim of the project is to improving fish welfare in commercial fish production systems
Bo Algers (SLU), Michael Axelsson (GU), Lotta Berg (SLU, co-ordinator), Jeroen Brijs (GU, not in photo), Albin Gräns (SLU), Per Hjelmstedt (SLU, not in photo), David Huyben (SLU, not in photo), Anders Kiessling (SLU), Torbjörn Lundh (SLU, not in photo) Erik Sandblom (GU), Kristina Sundell (GU) and Henrik Sundh (GU) .
- Animal welfare in modern production systems for fish
- The welfare of farmed fish at the time of slaughter
- Physiological assessments for improved welfare of farmed fish
- Dissertation - At the 8th of September 2017 David Huyben, one of the PhD students in the FRESH project defend his thesis "Effects of feeding yeasts on blood physiology and gut microbiota of rainbow trout". Read the press release: "Feeding yeast to rainbow trout as a sustainable feed" here.
- Dissertation - at the 10th of Februari 2017 our project member Jeroen Brijs defend his PhD thesis "Gastrointestinal motility and blood flow in teleosts during digestion and osmoregulation".