Nine projects got funding for detailed analyses from SLU Future Animal, Nature and Health
We were happy to see so many great and relevant proposals for our Open Call this autumn, from all over SLU.
Nine applications were granted within our focus areas; Animal Health and Animal Welfare, One Health, and Animal and Animal and Nature's impact for Human Health.
Increased infection spread with ticks to animals and humans in northern Sweden?
Main applicant: Ann Albihn, Department of Biomedical Sciences and Veterinary Public Health.
The sequencing of pathogenic EHEC originates from Swedish calves
Main applicant: Lena-Mari Tamminen, Department of Clinical Science.
Serglycin, a novel prognostic biomarker in canine cancer
Main applicant: Magnus Åbrink, Department of Biomedical Sciences and Veterinary Public Health.
The role of forest management and host diversity as determinants of
tick-borne disease risk
Main applicant: Tim Hofmeester, Department of Wildlife, Fish, and Environmental Studies.
Detailed analyses of Nordic conditions for veterinary clinical research on
dogs and cats
Main applicant: Bodil Ström Holst, Department of Clinical Science.
Introduction of AI in veterinary clinical diagnostics - a concept validation of automated evaluation of horse hest from videos
Main applicant: Elin Hernlund, Department of Anatomy, Physiology and Biochemistry.
New diagnostic of parasitic diseases in horses using microfluidics
Main applicant: Eva Tydén, Department of Clinical Science.
Zoonoses that may be important for dog-supported interactions/therapy
Main applicant: Lotta Berg, Department of Animal Environment and Health.
An opportunity not to be missed: promoting health by going beyond the simplistic view of landscape and health interactions
Main applicant: Mari Kågström, Department of Urban and Rural Development.