September 29th 2023
Study will help support efforts to prevent spillover events and develop an early warning system for biological threats
September 28th 2023
In honor of World Rabies Day, organization supports ongoing efforts to ensure consistent access to vaccinations needed against this fatal disease
Stay updated on the latest with this highly infectious disease
September 14th 2023
Consists of human and animal health professionals, as well as academics and researchers from around the globe to progress One Medicine
September 8th 2023
Insights to protect public from consumption of pathogen
Boost your skills, expand your horizons with a public health degree
One Health helps veterinarians boost the health of pets, humans, and our environment in all facets of medicine
New initiative takes One Health approach to advance microbiome research
First-of-its-kind One Health Microbiome Resource will serven as largest and most comprehensive database of human and pet microbiomes
Reduce medical errors with strategic hospital design
Veterinary professionals and architects can team up to design a clinic that promotes the best client service and patient care while supporting One Health
Humanimal Trust to fund research supporting One Medicine
Researchers have opportunity to receive funding in various areas, from oncology to neurology and beyond
Webinar series to highlight inspiring work being done to advance One Medicine
Strides being made with be shared by those in both human and animal healthcare
Humanimal Trust podcast showcases One Medicine topics
A 10-part monthly podcast series called The Humanimal Connection Podcast
Could Fido prevent the second coming of the COVID-19 pandemic?
How COVID-sniffing dogs are aiming to change the game
Merck Manuals recognizes importance of One Health concept
Unveiled new online resource on One Health for healthcare professionals plus those in other scientific, environmental, and health industries
Kicking off the year with good health and One Health
Celebrating One Health Awareness Month with Adam Christman, DVM, MBA
HABRI selects final grant recipient
The grant will be awarded to Purdue University to be used in new brain imaging research to measure human-dog interaction
USDA advances American foulbrood vaccination for honeybees
These pollinators are critical to agriculture with healthy commercial hives essential for securing high crop yields.
Study examines SARS-CoV-2 transmission from humans to their pets
Investigators attempted to estimate the human-to-pet transmission rate of the virus and identify the risk factors, including food and water bowls.
Texas Tech Doctorate in One Health Sciences receives approval
The new doctoral program will help students engage, train, and collaborate in One Health Sciences scholarship
Veterinary infectious diseases in 2023: Will the surge continue?
Here is a look at what disease spikes could be on the horizon for veterinary and human medicine
2022-2023 AVMA fellow to serve in congressional office
Merryman will leverage his extensive background to offer science-based counsel directly to Gillibrand and her staff
Joe Bailey appointed new chief executive for Humanimal Trust
Humanimal Trust drives collaboration between vets, doctors, and researchers so that all benefit from equal medical progress
Wellness comes in all shapes and sizes
Explore the world on therapy dogs with Zuri and Annabelle Dunn
Los Angeles County offers free COVID-19 testing for animals
California county announced they received funding to provide testing for animals, from companion animals to marine mammals
Monkeypox: what veterinarians should know
As this zoonotic virus spreads worldwide, animal healthcare professionals should prepare to treat patients with the disease and prevent its spread
Companion animals, vaccines, and risk to patients with cystic fibrosis
Risks of live-attenuated bacterial veterinary vaccines for immunocompromised pet owners and protecting them by using a One Health approach
Success is in the details when transporting heartworm+ dogs
Treatment, travel, and receiving are challenging but achievable
with a coordinated, detailed plan
Chemicals in pet feces may indicate human health risks
This marks the first study designed to examine pet exposure to aromatic amines in the household.
MSD Animal Health announces new webinar
The division of Merck & Co, Inc will virtually host a webinar dedicated to educating attendees on the One Health approach to vector-borne diseases
Penn Vet names inaugural infectious and zoonotic disease fellowship recipients
The fellowship displays the institute’s dedication to supporting researchers and future leaders in the biomedical field.
Largest-ever canine genomics research reveals human-canine oncology connection
The study analyzed canine cancer in over 700 dogs across 23 tumor types and can help progress precision cancer therapeutics.
Oregon Veterinary Diagnostic Laboratory appoints new director
Dr Kurt Williams fills this role at OSU during a time when COVID-19 has demonstrated the significance of laboratories and their testing capabilities.
Texas Tech welcomes new assistant professor of epidemiology
The Texas Tech School of Veterinary Medicine faculty hires a former visiting USDA scientist to join its ranks.
3 Must-reads on vector borne diseases
Take a closer look at these informative articles covering the latest research surrounding the management and prevention of VBDs in humans and animals alike.
How One Health is forging a better future
This international movement is making strides in elevating disease prevention, surveillance, monitoring, control, and mitigation. Here is how.
Vesper Energy enters into virtual power purchase agreement with Zoetis
This 15-year commitment will power approximately 33% of Zoetis’ North American operations’ projected energy needs and will nurture a cleaner and more sustainable environment for humans and animals alike.
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