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SLU Future One Health

SLU Future One Health focuses on health and quality of life of animals, as well as the interface between people, animals and nature. It also covers the importance of animals and nature for the health and well-being of humans.

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Call for funding

SLU Future One Health will soon open two calls. Two post docs within One Health Funded with 500 000 SEK per year and project (in 2023 and 2024). SLU Future One Health supports two new (not

Cat and Dog Research in a One Health Perspective

Cat and Dog Research in a One Health Perspective Futureonehealth@slu.se Welcome to a seminar on Cat and Dog Research in a One Health Perspective! The concept “One Health” is the interface between

One Health Sweden Scientific Meeting

12th One Health Sweden Scientific Meeting futureonehealth@slu.se Save the date and first call! Welcome to the 12th One Health Sweden Scientific Meeting! One theme of the meeting is “Viral diseases

One Health Sweden seminar series

One Health Sweden seminar series Futureonehealth@slu.se Most welcome to the One Health Sweden seminar series. The seminar will be held at Hubben, Dag Hammarskjölds väg 38, Floor 3, room Jupiter,

Soil fungi and bacteria stabilize vegetation in the subartic

Global warming is changing subarctic and arctic ecosystems with profound consequences for life in the north. Interactions between plants and soil microbial communities are key for the stability of

KV - Att förstå beslutsfattandet kring antibiotikaanvändning i kontrasterande länder och djurarter

Unrestrained use of antibiotics increases the risk of antimicrobial resistance (AMR). Our project investigates what the elements are that drive a country, veterinary clinic or a farm to reduce the

One Health Day

One Health Day futureonehealth@slu.se SLU Future One Health is a transdisciplinary platform that stimulates and supports SLU research within One Health. On 9 February 2023 we organise a One Health

Atopic dermatitis linked to the same parts of the genome in dogs and humans

Using new gene mapping methods, researchers have found connections between atopic dermatitis (eczema) in dogs and several regions of the genome. Some of the genes identified coincide with genes

The importance of soil for food and climate in the spotlight during World Soil Day

Soil is the basis for our food supply, and also has an important role to play in climate change. To draw attention to soil and the ecosystem services it provides, a day with seminars was organised at

Why humans get infected with rodent-borne diseases

In a global study, researchers have identified that most reservoirs of rodent-borne diseases live exclusively or occasionally in or near human dwellings, show large fluctuations in their numbers, and

New PhD course within One Health

- All course places were filled, and we are really impressed by how many good lecturers we have at SLU, says the two course leaders! With the aim of developing the knowledge of One Health among young

Seed money to strengthen and support internal cooperation on water at SLU

SLU Water Forum launches seed money during 2023 to strengthen internal cooperation on water at SLU. Researchers at SLU are encouraged to apply for funding for foremost research projects that aim at