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

13 Sep 2018

Zoonoses & One Health Updates (ZOHU) Calls are one-hour monthly webinars that provide timely education on zoonotic and infectious diseases, One Health, and related health threats at the animal-human-ecosystem interface. Subject matter experts from multiple sectors present critical zoonoses prevention, detection, and response topics.

12 Sep 2018

9th One Health Sweden Scientific Meeting

Submitted by Tanja.Strand@sva.se

Welcome to the 9th One Health Sweden Scientific Meeting!

The theme of the 9th meeting is “The Many Faces of Zoonoses” 

Time of the meeting is 26 – 27 March 2019, lunch to lunch

Venue is Loftet, SLU, Uppsala

 

Preliminary program

The meeting consists of three different sections:

Pets and zoonoses

3 speakers, one international

AMR in the human, animal and environmental interface

3 speakers, one international

6 Sep 2018

Two-year position open at Uppsala University

Submitted by Tanja.Strand@sva.se

There is a position open as a researcher in Microbiology/Antibiotic Resistance, Zoonosis Science Center, Uppsala University.

Please read more here.

Deadline 21st of September, 2018.

Welcome to apply!

30 May 2018

In October 2015 the Centre for vector-borne diseases opened for medical investigations of patients with persistent symptoms and suspicions of borrelia and other tick-borne infections at Akademiska sjukhuset. Professor Björn Olsen is the medical officer in charge and the main part of the laboratory tests are performed in cooperation with Clinical Microbiology at Akademiska sjukhuset. Since the start only six cases of treatable borrelia have been found among over 230 investigated patients.

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