One Health Sweden is a collaboration for researchers with interest in zoonotic infections. One Health Sweden is an integration concept including several universities and governmental organizations that wish to contribute to a sustainable intellectual platform where veterinarians, physicians, molecular biologists, ecologists and environmental chemists with an interest in zoonotic infections can interact and create synergies
Antibiotika är en ovärderlig, men hotad resurs inom sjukvården. Problemet beror delvis på att det globalt strösslas med antibiotika i köttproduktionen. Det säger professor Björn Olsen, som efterlyser ett totalstopp för antibiotika inom jordbruket.
A study shows that rickettsial infection is common among persons exposed to ticks.
UAC hereby opens a call for 14 PhD projects within areas of importance for antibiotic resistance as defined below. The call is open for researchers at Uppsala University to acquire funding for PhD projects. The funding will cover approximately 2/3 of the salary of a PhD student for 4 years (375 tSEK/Year). The remaining cost has to be covered by the applicant or the department where the PhD student will be registered. Successful applicants and financed PhD students will be a central part of the research environment that will be organized through UAC. Participation in research school activities and seminars/workshops by both PhD students and applicants is therefore a prerequisite for funding.
The call is now open and closes on the 15th of January, 2017.
Med-Vet-Net 2017 will take place in Guildford UK, 27-29 June, 2017.
At the faculty of Veterinary Medicine of Utrecht University there is a vacancy for full professor of Veterinary Public Health. They are looking for a scientist able to build up a research group with a focus on quantitative microbial risk assessment in the animal production chain.
The application deadline is 15 December.
A successful introduction of One Health Romania and a well arranged conference.
Many new contacts between participants and representatives for One Health Romania.
Some ideas about possible collaborative research areas. Potential projects should involve both human and veterinary expertise.
Half-day seminar on "Comparative medicine".
Date: 24 October, 2016.
Updated with photos (2016-11-07).