Faculty of Life Sciences, University of Copenhagen
The Faculty of Life Sciences (LIFE) is one of Europe's leading university environments in the areas of veterinary medicine, food, health, plants, biotechnology, natural resources, the environment and related academic areas.
KU-LIFE is involved in WP4 with the participation of the Institute of Food and Resource Economics by Prof. Mogens Lund and the Danish Centre for Bioethics and Risk Assessment by Prof. Peter Sandøe.
The Institute of Food and Resource Economics (FOI) conducts research-based consultancy assignments for the public sector concerning economic issues with regard to food, agriculture, fisheries and the environment as an integrated part of the overall communication strategy of the institute. The main activities of these services include the preparation of reports and notes as well as participation in committees and working groups.
For more information see FOI
Danish Centre for Bioethics and Risk Assessment – CeBRA’s task is to perform interdisciplinary research in the crossroads of the humanities, social sciences and biology, in particular about ethics and risk issues in relation to scientifically produced biological knowledge and its applications, hereby also how those questions are handled by society.
For more information see CeBRA
KU-LIFE’s involvement in CamVac
Mogens Lund is a professor in agricultural economics with emphasis on production and food safety at the Institute of Food and Resource Economics.
Peter Sandøe is a professor in bioethics with emphasis on ethical issues related to animals, biotechnology and food production. He is additionally the director of the Danish Centre for Bioethics and Risk Assessment (CeBRA).