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.
CGD arranges several seminars and workshops each year. Here can you see what we have done earlier. Upcoming activities For information on upcoming activities, see CGD calendar . Photo: jodie777.
Seminar: Current global viral diseases in Swine email@example.com In connection to the dissertation of Hedvig Stenberg, the SLU Committee for Global Animal Diseases invites you to a seminar entitled “
Debate article Aftonbladet
More than 600 researchers from SLU and other universities have signed a recently published debate article regarding the decision from the government about cut fundings from VR. "Förhastat och
Blog post VR funding
A new blog post has been published, written by Paul Egan, research advisor, and Sara Gräslund, head of SLU Global, reflecting of the benefits of development research for tackling the global
On 26-28 September, the Agri4D 2023 conference will gather people dedicated to agriculture for development from across the world. The focus of this year’s conference is how we can shape sustainable
Meat: the Four Futures
Are our choices in the grocery store based on facts, values, habits, or simply a gut feeling of what feels right? TABLE, a platform run by three European universities, is now launching a podcast that
CGD organoids eng
Seminar: Organoids as models for infectious disease firstname.lastname@example.org The SLU Committee for Global Animal Diseases invites you to a seminar entitled “Organoids as models for infectious disease”.
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
Webinar: Animal Health
Animal health and welfare – good for people and planet email@example.com Welcome to the launch of the GASL booklet Animal health and welfare for sustainable livestock systems by Ulf Magnusson,
Seminar with John Gilleard about anthelmintic resistance firstname.lastname@example.org SLU Committee for Global Animal Diseases welcomes you to a seminar about anthelmintic resistance by professor John Gilleard
CGD Sequencing Eng
Methods and applications for Next Generation Sequencing email@example.com SLU Committee for Global Animal Diseases in collaboration with NGI, SciLifeLab welcomes you to a seminar about
GASL webinar: Antimicrobial use in livestock – the high-scale producers’ and international organizations’ perspective
GASL webinar: Antimicrobial use in livestock – the high-scale producers’ and international organizations’ perspective firstname.lastname@example.org The Action Network Livestock Antimicrobial Partnership of