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NorthTick 2023 International Conference

19 October 2022

We are pleased to invite you to ‘NorthTick 2023’ International Conference on Tick-borne diseases, which will take place at the Centre for Health Sciences in Inverness, Scotland UK from 30 – 31 May 20…

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Workshop in January. Save the date!

29 September 2022

The next NorthTick workshop will be held in Copenhagen, Denmark, from the 25th-26th of January. Save the date in your calender now. The venue is , which is located in the ci…

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Finally able to meet again in person

01 July 2022

After almost three years in the NorthTick project, the project participants were finally able to meet physically at a two-day workshop in June at Fevik, Norway.The workshop was held in connection wit…

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Important information about the upcomming workshop in Copenhagen

21 December 2021

Due to the concerns for the health and safety of all  partners and other stakeholders during the COVID-19 pandemic, NorthTick is announcing that the 2022 workshop scheduled to take place in Copenhage…

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Improving the management of tick-borne diseases in the North Sea Region

21 December 2021

Joppe Hovius is an infectious disease specialist and the founder of the the Amsterdam UMC Multidisciplinary Lyme borreliosis Center. Amongst other activities, this center provides patient-oriented, h…

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Important information about the upcomming workshop in Copenhagen

01 December 2021

Dear NorthTick participant,

Due to the current complicated Covid pandemic situation, we may have to change the form of the planned face-to-face meeting scheduled for Copenhagen,

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New website for tick awareness and reporting of tick bites

01 December 2021

Mette Frimodt Hansen is a PhD student at Roskidle University in Copenhagen, Denmark. As part of her PhD project and the NorthTick project she has made a website where people can registrer tick bites…

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Collecting ticks in Flemish gardens

25 October 2021

In March of 2021, the University of Antwerp launched a citizen science project called “Teek a break”. With this project, the researchers want to investigate the distribution of ticks and tick-borne d…

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Testing for "new" tick-borne diseases

03 May 2021

Neoehrlichiosis is one of the so called "new" tick-borne diseases. The disease is caused by the bacterium Neoehrlichia mikurensis, which can be transmitted to humans via tick bites. The first case o…

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Interview 4# Malin Lager

06 April 2021

Name: Malin Lager

Profession: Biomedical analyst

Workplace: Division of Clinical Microbiology, Laboratory Medicine, Jönköping County, Sweden

Academic title: Doctor of Medical Scien…

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