Dr. Behdad Tarbiat. DVM, M.Sc., Ph.D
A researcher at the Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences (SLU). My entire research, for the past 10 years, has been solely on roundworm infections in laying hens. Developing worm control strategies, Monitoring anthelmintic resistance, and understanding resistance mechanisms are among my top research interests.
Dr Johan Höglund Ph.D., docent, professor
Since 2008 I am section leader and thereby responsible for the teaching, extension work and research in veterinary parasitology at the Department of Biomedicine and Veterinary Public Health (BVF), the Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences (SLU). My research focuses on various helminth infections in farmed animals, with particular emphasis on developing new diagnostic and sustainable control methods, including techniques for detecting and delaying the selection of anthelmintic resistance. Over the years, I have supervised 15 PhD projects and been the principal investigator for several national (n = 35) and EU-funded (n = 4) projects as well as been involved in other collaborations in the subject area.
Désirée Jansson, DVM, PhD, associate professor,
EBVS© European Specialist in Poultry Veterinary Science. I work as researcher at the Department of Clinical Sciences at SLU and as state veterinarian at the Department of Animal Health and antimicrobial strategies at the National Veterinary Institute in Uppsala. My main research interests include all types of infectious diseases of poultry, particularly parasitic and bacterial infections