Photo: Therese Selén/SVA Erika Chenais Researcher, epidemiologist, DVM firstname.lastname@example.org 0046 018-67 46 15
Research area :How animal diseases impact on poor people and how people's knowledge, attitudes and behavior in relation to infectious animal disease affects disease epidemiology
Erika is further interested in how disease surveillance and control can be designed to be sustainable and attractive to apply for small holder farmers. In her PhD project she explored this aspects of veterinary medicine, bordering with epidemiology, disease ecology and veterinary anthropology, using African swine fever in Uganda as an example.
Sustainable intensification of Zambian goat production in a changing world
Start/end:2022 - 2025
Project manager :Jonas Johansson Wensman
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Power, participation and interdisciplinary tensions: introducing a special issue on methodological developments in participatory epidemiology (2021) Perceptions of pastoralist problems: A participatory study on animal management, disease spectrum and animal health priorities of small ruminant pastoralists in Georgia (2021) With or without a Vaccine—A Review of Complementary and Alternative Approaches to Managing African Swine Fever in Resource-Constrained Smallholder Settings (2021) Using the World Café model to evaluate methods for controlling African swine fever in European wild boar (Sus scrofa) populations (2020) “Can we agree on that”? Plurality, power and language in participatory research (2020) Subclinical Mastitis in Pastoralist Dairy Camel Herds in Isiolo, Kenya – Prevalence, Risk Factors and Antimicrobial Susceptibility (2020) Lack of evidence for long term carriers of African swine fever virus - a systematic review (2019) Smallholders' perceptions on biosecurity and disease control in relation to African swine fever in an endemically infected area in northern Uganda (2019) African swine fever: update on East, Central and Southern Africa (2019) Epidemiological considerations on African swine fever in Europe 2014-2018 (2019)