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Name
Eva Forsgren
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Highest Degree
Doctoral
Job Category
Lecturer
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Institute
Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences
Country
Sweden
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Eva Forsgren - MSc - PhD Senior Extension Lecturer (Apiculture) at the Swedish University of Agricultural SciencesPhD 2009 Biology/Honeybee Pathology MSc 2004 Biomedical Science Professional Experience 2015-now: Senior Extension Lecturer (Apiculture) - Department of Ecology - SLU2013-2014: Post-doctoral studies in honey bee pathology and diagnostics at University of Maryland2011-now: Lab manager for the Swedish National reference Laboratory for Honey Bee Health and diagnostic service for Swedish Bee Inspectors (on behalf of the Swedish Board of Agriculture)2010-2015: Research Scientist - Honey Bee Pathology - Department of Ecology - SLU2009-now: Member of the Swedish Board of Agricultures reference to beekeeping questions 2004-2009: Research Engineer - Honey Bee Pathology - Department of Ecology - SLU 1995-2004: Biomedical Laboratory Technologist - Honey Bee Pathology - Department of Ecology - SLU1981-1990: Biomedical Laboratory Technologist - Poultry Diseases - Swedish National Veterinary Institute1980-81: Biomedical Laboratory Technologist - Virology Department - Uppsala UniversityResearch Projects and Funding 2016-2017: Swedish Board of Agriculture - research grant on “Baseline study of honeybee pathogens in Sweden”. 2014-2016: FORMAS (Swedish Research Council for Environment - Agricultural Sciences and Spatial Planning) research grant on “LAB symbionts and honey bee pathogens – taking basic research into field applications”.2013-15: Swedish Board of Agriculture - research grant on “Remediation strategies for American foulbrood”.2012-2014: Swedish Board of Agriculture - research grant on “Direct effects on virus levels from acaricides”.2011-2013: FORMAS (Swedish Research Council for Environment - Agricultural Sciences and Spatial Planning) research grant on “Lactic acid bacteria and honey bee health”.2011-2012: SIDA (Swedish International Development Cooperation Agency) project “Honey bee pathogen spill-over between Apis mellifera and Apis cerana”2010-2013: EU - 7th Framework Program - European Collaborative Project “Bees in Europe and the Decline of Honeybee Colonies”

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