Posters presented at the 3rd Scientific Meeting, Sigtuna 13-14 March 2012.
Best Poster Award
The poster entitled Relative abundance of the sibling arbovirus vectors Culex torrentium and Cx. pipiens in Europe by Jenny Hesson et al. was awarded the Grand Prize as 'Best Poster'.
Jenny Hesson with her winning poster. Photo: Staffan Tamm.
For the sake of brevity, only principal authors are mentioned here. For some posters, an abstract and a full list of authors are available.
- Borelia RG, Sven Bergström.
- Center for Global Animal Diseases, Sofia Boquist.
- Vector-borne viral disease - Pathogenesis, transmission and prediction of disease outbreaks., Magnus Evander.
- Host specificity and population structure of Campylobacter jejuni isolated from wild birds, Petra Griekspoor Berglund.
- Identification of infectious pathogens and their antibiotic susceptibility profile in sepsis, Jenny Göransson.
- Antibiotic resistance and CTX-M ESBL genotypes in Escherichia coli isolated from wild birds and free range poultry in Bangladesh, Badrul Hasan.
- Human-associated Extended Spectrum β-Lactamase (ESBL) in the Antarctic, Jorge Hernandez.
- Relative abundance of the sibling arbovirus vectors Culex torrentium and Cx. pipiens in Europe, Jenny Hesson.
- Japanese Encephalitis Virus in urban agriculture in Vietnam, Johanna Lindahl.
- Tick-borne encephalitis virus (TBEV) in ticks detached from humans in Sweden and Åland 2008-2009, Pontus Lindblom.
- Vector-borne Infections: risk based and Cost Effective surveillance systems, Anders Lindström.
- Extended Monitoring of Rodents and their Pathogens in Sweden, Gert Olsson.
- Surveillance of Echinococcus multiocularis in Rodents in the Vicinity of the Finding of the First Infected Red Fox (Vulpes vulpes) in Sweden, Gert Olsson.
- Prevalence study of West-Nile virus in collared flycatchers, Tanja Strand.
- Levels of antivirals and antibiotics in the river Thames, UK, during the pandemic 2009, Hanna Söderström.
- Stress response in Giardia cysts, Karin Troell.
- Sheep as carriers of Yersinia enterocolitica in tonsils and faeces, Karin Söderqvist.