13
Oct
via Zoom

One Health webinar #4 - “Vector borne diseases”

seminars, workshops |
Man hiking in autumn in a colorful forest with a dog.

Which factors impact the use of antibiotics and antibiotic resistance? Which zoonoses may be relevant to dog-assisted interventions? Is tick-borne infections increasing? How is our well-being affected by the landscape around us? That, and much more, will SLU Future Animals, Nature and Health address in the webinar series this fall.

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.

More information about the One Health webinars this fall.

Welcome, no pre-registration required!

Vector borne diseases

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?

Join the webinar

Zoom link: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/89352674588 TBU Meeting ID: 893 5267 4588 (open link without password)

 

Facts
Time: 2020-10-13 12:00 - 13:00
City: via Zoom
Organiser: SLU Future Animals, Nature and Health
Additional info:

One Health at SLU

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Infectious diseases and antimicrobial resistance at SLU

One of SLU Animals, Nature and Health three focus areas are infectious diseases and antimicrobial resistance.

The Committee on Global Diseases (CGD) is a part of the platform SLU Animals, Nature and Health. CGD regularly arranges lunch seminars and this autumn we will include them in this series of lunch seminars.

More information about the One Health webinars this fall.


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