Man hiking in autumn in a colorful forest with a dog.
8
Sep
Lunch webinar via Zoom 12.15-13.00

New webinar series within One Health: Introduction of artificial intelligence within diagnostics in veterinary medicine

seminars, workshops |

What impact the use of antibiotics, antibiotic resistance and new diagnostic methods as well as the development of new antibiotics? 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.

The first webinar is 8 September, where Elin Hernlund presents her study: Introduction of artificial intelligence within diagnostics in veterinary medicine – A concept validation of automatic evaluations of lameness in horses from videos.

New webinar series within One Health - The interaction between nature, people and animals 

The future platform SLU Animals, Nature and Health have so far funded a total of 18 in-depth analyzes. In this series these researchers present their results. What added values ​​have been achieved? Out come in terms of new research questions and new opportunities for collaborations? 

Welcome to "Zoom in" on One Health with us. No pre-registration required!

Where: via Zoom, open link without password will be found on the calendar web page, see the programme and Zoom-link below.

Host: Lena Lidfors, Eva Tydén or Elisabeth Rajala

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.

8 September

Time: 12.15–12.30
Subject: Introduction to seminar 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
Read more about the study "Introduction of artificial intelligence within diagnostics in veterinary medicine – A concept validation of automatic evaluations of lameness in horses from videos" on this project page. 

Facts

Time: 2020-09-08 12:15 - 13:00
City: Lunch webinar via Zoom 12.15-13.00
Organiser: SLU Future Animals, Nature and Health

Programme

Upcoming webinars

22 September

Zoom link: https://slu-se.zoom.us/j/69699397183 Meeting ID: 696 9939 7183

Time: 12.00–12.30
Subject: Antimicrobial resistance in complex microbial communities
Speaker: Stefan Bertilsson

Time: 12.30–13.00
Subject: Understanding decision making on antibiotic use in contrasting countries and animal species
Speaker: Gabriela Olmos
Read more about the study "Understanding decision making on antibiotic use in contrasting countries and animal species" on this project page.

6 October

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

Time: 12.30–13.00
Subject: Microfluidics – new parasite diagnostics for horses
Speaker: Eva Tydén
Read more about the study "Microfluidics – new parasite diagnostics for horses" on this project page.

13 October - “Vector borne diseases”

Time: 12.00–12.30   
Speaker: Professor Baldwyn Torto, Icipe

Time: 12.30–13.00
Speaker: Associate professor Sharon Hill, SLU

3 November

Time: 12.00–12.30
Subject: Well-being and landscape – beyond nature
Speakers: Marie Kågström and Andrew Butler 
Read more about the study "Well-being and landscape – beyond nature" on this project page (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 study "Does infections caused by ticks increase in animals and humans i northern Sweden?" on this project page.

17 November

Time: 12.00–12.30
Subject: TBD
Speaker: TBD

Time: 12.30–13.00
Subject: AMR in low-income countries
Speaker: Ulf Magnusson 

1 December

Time: 12.00–12.30
Subject: Serglycin, a new prognostic biomarker for cancer in dogs
Speaker: Magnus Åbrink  
Read more about the study "Serglycin, a new prognostic biomarker for cancer in dogs" on this project page.

Time: 12.30–13.00
Subject: In-depth analysis of conditions for clinical research
Speaker: Bodil Ström Holst 
Read more about the study "In-depth analysis of conditions for clinical research" on this project page (in Swedish). 

15 December

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

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.

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