Tine Hald

Professor

  • Kemitorvet, 204, 102

    2800 Kgs. Lyngby

    Denmark

19962021

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I am leading a research group working within the area of foodborne disease epidemiology and risk modelling

 

Themain research area is the epidemiology, surveillance and control of foodborne zoonoses including antimicrobial resistance in foodborne pathogens in the whole production chain.

 

Activities involve the planning and performance of quantitative risk assessments, temporal-spatial analysis, risk factor studies and development of new approaches for Quantitative microbial risk assessment (QMRA) and human illness source attribution.

 

The group is also  responsible for the annual source attribution estimates for Salmonella (the Danish Salmonella Source Account).

 

A main responsibility is to give scientifically-based advice to veterinary and food authorities, farmers’ and consumers organisations, and international organisations such as EFSA and WHO.

 

My work also includes teaching and supervision of PhD students and under- and postgraduate students, and I am currently co-responsible of an international Summer School on One Health. 

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Language Skills:
Danish (native)
English (fluently)
Spanish, Italian, French, German (basic in speaking and reading)
Norwegian and Swedish (good in understanding)

Research areas

I am leading a research group working within the area of foodborne disease epidemiology and risk modelling.

The main research area is the epidemiology, surveillance and control of foodborne zoonoses including antimicrobial resistance in foodborne pathogens in the whole production chain.

Activities involve the planning and performance of quantitative risk assessments, temporal-spatial analysis, risk factor studies and development of new approaches for Quantitative microbial risk assessment (QMRA) and human illness source attribution.

The group is also responsible for the annual source attribution estimates for Salmonella (the Danish Salmonella Source Account).

A main responsibility is to give scientifically-based advice to veterinary and food authorities, farmers’ and consumers organisations, and international organisations such as EFSA and WHO.

I am a member of the European Food Safety Authority (EFSA) expert panel on biological hazards (BIOHAZ) and a core member of the WHO Foodborne disease epidemiology reference group (FERG) chairing a task force on source attribution. 

My work also includes teaching and supervision of PhD students and under- and postgraduate students, and I am currently co-responsible of Summer School on One Health.

Education/Academic qualification

Ph.d., Den Kgl. Veterinær- og Landbohøjskole, København

… → 2001

PhD (Veterinary Epidemiology), Royal Veterinary and Agricultural University, Copenhagen

… → 2001

HD, del I, Handels Højskole Centret, Slagelse

… → 1996

Business Administration (HD), part I, HHC Business School Centre, Slagelse

… → 1996

DVM, Royal Veterinary and Agricultural University

… → 1994

DVM, Den Kgl. Veterinær- og Landbohøjskole, København

External positions

Research Leader of Epidemiology and Risk Modeling, National Food Institute, Technical University of Denmark

2008 → …

Head of Section of the Danish Zoonosis Centre, National Food Institute, Technical University of Denmark

20072008

Head of Section of the Danish Zoonosis Centre, Danish Institute for Food and Veterinary Research (formed by a merger of Danish Veterinary Institute and Danish Institute for Food Safety and Nutrition)

20042006

Research epidemiologist at the Danish Zoonosis Centre, Deputy Head of Centre, Danish Veterinary Institute (previously DVL)

20012003

Research assistant and PhD-student, Danish Veterinary Laboratory

19962001

Veterinary advisor, Danish Bacon & Meat Council

19951996

Food inspector, The Municipal Food and Environmental Laboratory, Aalborg

… → 1995

Food inspector, The Municipal Food and Environmental Laboratory, Slagelse,

… → 1994

Keywords

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  • Salmonella
  • Source attribution
  • Surveillance
  • Zoonosis
  • Epidemiology
  • Risk assessment

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