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One Health Partnerships 2010

The Center for Animal Health and Food Safety (CAHFS) and the Global Initiative for Food Systems Leadership (GIFSL) hosted the third annual "One Health Meeting" on May 12, 2010 at McNamara Alumni Center.

This annual meeting promoted interdisciplinary partnerships focused on managing emerging issues in public health by creating opportunities for colleagues to forge new collaborations and leverage public/private resources.

Once again, participants have the opportunity to apply for $10,000 seed grants to fund innovative proposals that demonstrate new collaborations with significant potential for addressing global “One Health” challenges through research, education or outreach.

The workshop opened several interactive case studies, a review of last years seed grant recipients, and small group work sessions. This was followed by our keynote speaker, Dr. Daniel Gustafson of the Food and Agricultural Organization of the United Nations (FAO) who presented on “One Health from Theory to Practice".

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 One Health 2010

May 12, 2010 8 am-4:30 pm
Theme: Taking “One Health” from Theory to Practice.

Workshop Agenda

Location: McNamara Alumni Center

Awarded Collaboration Proposals

Meeting the challenges for bovine TB at the intersection of human health, animal health and the environment

Dairy-beef antibiotic residue prevention and violator response team

Interspecies transmission of influenza virus- Human seasonal influenza virus vaccine use among swine personnel

Partnership to advance animal feed safety

Incorporating concepts of plant disease into the One-Health Framework

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