Scientific Background: Veterinarian with a PhD in veterinary epidemiology (2020). The topic of the thesis is Transmission of verotoxin-producing E. coli within and on dairy farms with the overall aim to develop biosecurity measures to control the pathogen. My research is focused on applying epidemiological methods in interdisciplinary projects, for example including animal welfare, qualitative interview methods, economics as well as microbiology and molecular methods. I am currently also collaborating with a company with validating identification of mastitis pathogens using artificial intelligence. I am alo course leader and teacher in the course ìVeterinary public health including applied epidemiology and applied epizootiology at the Swedish University of Agricultural Sciencesî. Precious experience from being part of the management committee in the Cost Action Sound Control where I have also supervised an STSM about mapping available data for modelling freedom of disease in cattle.