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
Anders Lindblom, Dept of Medical Sciences, Uppsala University, will defend his PhD thesis entitled Studies of Spotted Fever Rickettsioses in Sweden on October 26 at Uppsala University.
On November 9 there will be a meeting to discuss how Sweden builds its research competencies in the field of global sustainable agriculture and food security, and how collaborations are created with international research institutes such as the CGIAR.
Half-day seminar on "Comparative medicine".
Date: 24 October, 2016.
Place: Navet, SciLifeLab, Uppsala.
The programme is now available.
Please pre-register by 18 Oct.
A new book, One Health and the Politics of Antimicrobial Resistance by Laura H. Kahn, was published recently.
The presence of hantavirus has been detected in yellow-necked field mice in the area around Stockholm and Uppsala.
According to Björn Olsen, quackery is common both in Sweden and in other countries. Only one of about 100 patients with suspected Lyme disease was actually recommended antibiotic treatment following a thorough investigation at the infection clinic at the University Hospital.
The One Health Sweden pub was held at Grindstugan on Tuesday the 13th of September. The theme was Food Safety and about 45 people attended.
See attachment for NEOH updates, August 2016.
The next scientific meeting will be held 22-23 March, 2017 (lunch-lunch).
Theme: ”Ecology meets Epidemiology”.