Committee for global animal disease, CGD
The Committee for Global Animal Diseases promotes and enhances research and training activities on contagious diseases of global importance in food producing animals.
If you have any questions about CGD or would like to engage somehow, please feel free to contact the committee. Send an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org or contact the head of CGD directly. Head of CGD Frida
The mission is to promote and enhance research and training activities on contagious diseases and antimicrobial resistance of global importance in food producing animals. Contagious animal diseases
There are several ongoing research projects in infection biology, infectious disease epidemiology and antimicrobial resistance at the Faculty of Veterinary Medicine and Animal Sciences and a
CGD arranges several seminars and workshops each year. Here can you see what we have done earlier. Previous Activities Upcoming activities For information on upcoming activities, see CGD calendar .
There are several theses published at SLU relevant for CGD. A selection of these are listed below. The theses are available from the SLU library. Click on the titles to find links to full texts as
SLU Committee for Global Animal Diseases
CGD:s mission is to promote and enhance research and training activities on contagious diseases and antimicrobial resistance of global importance in food producing animals.
Seminar: Effective WASH to prevent infections and reduce the emergence of AMR email@example.com Please join us for the water, sanitation and hygiene (WASH) - One Health network second webinar
Seminar: Antimicrobial resistance in Agrifood systems
Seminar: Antimicrobial resistance in Agrifood systems firstname.lastname@example.org Welcome to this lunch seminar on antimicrobial resistance in agrifood systems presented by Dr. Junxia Song, Senior
SIANI event Antimicrobial resistance
The silent Antimicrobial Resistance pandemic urges a concerted global response email@example.com Welcome to join us in the event "The silent Antimicrobial Resistance pandemic urges a
Making links between zoonoses, food production and WASH firstname.lastname@example.org Welcome to the first WASH - One Health webinar: Making links between zoonoses, food production and WASH. Please join
New call for funding within One Health
If you are interested in interdisciplinary research with a future perspective, you can apply for funding from SLU Future One Health. The aim of the call is to support SLU researchers in
West Nile virus and Usutu virus infections in the European Union: the public health and animal health challenges
email@example.com The European Centre for Disease Prevention and Control (ECDC) and the European Food Safety Authority (EFSA) kindly invite you to join a webinar on West Nile virus and Usutu