Professor of Veterinary Public Health, Faculty of Veterinary Medicine, Norwegian University of Life Sciences
I am a professor in Veterinary Public Health, responsible for coordinating teaching in this field at the faculty. I am a veterinarian by training, with a background is in food safety, the epidemiology of food-borne diseases and veterinary epidemiology. My research has focused on a wide range of zoonotic infections, from “northern” zoonoses to emerging tropical zoonotic infections.
Eystein will give a lecture with the title:
Interventions in the meat chain: The need to integrate causal inference into planning of interventions
I hope I will be challenging you a bit into thinking about interventions through analyzing causal pathways.