Stefan Alenius

Stefan Alenius

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  • Keywords: Infection, Vaccination, Biosecurity

Professor at the Ruminant Medicine and Veterinary Epidemiology, Faculty of Veterinary Medicine, Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences

Studies in Veterinary Medicine, Royal Veterinary College, Stockholm and veterinary graduation 1975. Started 1976 to study the effects of antiviral substances in vitro and in vivo, at the Department of virology, Faculty of veterinary medicine, Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences (SLU), Uppsala. PhD in virology there in 1980.Mostly interested in the study of the pathogeneses, epidemiology and methods to control virus infections in cattle populations. Much research has been concentrated on the effects of BVDV infections on reproduction and general health in cattle and sheep.Professor in ruminant medicine at the Department of ruminant medicine and epidemiology, SLU, Uppsala, since first of March 2000.

Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences

Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences

SLU (Sveriges lantbruksuniversitet – Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences) is a university with a clearly defined role in society: to take responsibility for the development of learning and expertise in areas concerning biological resources and biological production. This responsibility stretches over the wide-ranging fields of agriculture, forestry and food industry to environmental questions, veterinary medicine and biotechnology. A comprehensive viewpoint, inter-disciplinary approach and applicability are keywords in SLU's research and teaching and in the contacts with industry and society.

 

SLU (Sveriges lantbruksuniversitet – Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences) is a university with a clearly defined role in society: to take responsibility for the development of learning and expertise in areas concerning biological resources and biological production. This responsibility stretches over the wide-ranging fields of agriculture, forestry and food industry to environmental questions, veterinary medicine and biotechnology. A comprehensive viewpoint, inter-disciplinary approach and applicability are keywords in SLU's research and teaching and in the contacts with industry and society.

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