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Excellent One Health Program Practiced at University of Pennsylvania’s College of Veterinary Medicine (“Penn Vet”) – USA
University of Pennsylvania’s College of Veterinary Medicine
Wednesday, May 20, 2015.

Excellent One Health Program Practiced at University of Pennsylvania’s College of Veterinary Medicine (“Penn Vet”) – USA

Philadelphia, PA 

The Future of Veterinary Medicine

“At Penn Vet, we are driven from the perspective of One Health: humans, the environment, animals, living together harmoniously.

Uniquely trained in comparative biology, veterinarians are the only members of the clinical profession – including human medical professionals – who see many different species, and understand medicine fundamentally such that all species benefit.

Veterinarians approach medicine with a global perspective, supporting public health and making a huge impact on people's well-being.

To learn more about how Penn Vet supports One Health, visit www.vet.upenn.edu"

Click on: http://www.vet.upenn.edu/about/what-we-do/future-of-veterinary-medicine and see One Health video


“ONE HEALTH”, a significant international public health/comparative medicine paradigm shift! Why? How?
One Health Initiative website May 13, 2015
Wednesday, May 13, 2015.

 

“ONE HEALTH”, a significant international public health/comparative medicine paradigm shift!  Why? How?

 

FINAL WVA/WMA Conference agenda per Dr. Zeev Noga May 13, 2015 http://www.onehealthinitiative.com/publications/FINAL%20PROGRAM.pdf


United Kingdom Infectious Disease Surveillance and Monitoring System for Animal and Human Health: Summary of notable incidents of public health significance December 2014 to March 2015
United Kingdom (UK)
Monday, May 11, 2015.

United Kingdom Infectious Disease Surveillance and Monitoring System for Animal and Human Health:

Summary of notable incidents of public health significance

December 2014 to March 2015


Call for Nominations/Applications for Student Representatives on One Health Commission (OHC) Board of Directors (USA)
One Health Commission (USA)
Friday, May 08, 2015.

Call for Nominations/Applications for Student Representatives on One Health Commission (OHC) Board of Directors (USA)

Time Line: Applications Due to OHC- May 20, 2015

Student online survey / voting: May 21-June 3

Board Selection process: June 4-July 20

Students first Board Meeting: August 20

Also, please see One Health Commission Newsletter http://www.onehealthinitiative.com/publications/OHC%20Newsletter%20Vol%202%20%204-16-15Spring2015%20Final.pdf  

Provided by:

 Cheryl Stroud, DVM, PhD

 Executive Director, One Health Commission

 www.onehealthcommission.org/

 cstroud@onehealthcommission.org

 Adjunct Assistant Professor, Dept Clinical Sciences, NC State CVM

 224-622-1839

 'Connect, Create, Educate' for One Health


Reminder: 3rd GRF One Health Summit 2015 - Fostering interdisciplinary collaboration for global public and animal health
Global Risk Forum Conferences
Wednesday, May 06, 2015.

Reminder: 3rd GRF One Health Summit 2015

Fostering interdisciplinary collaboration for global public and animal health

October 4-7, 2015

Davos, Switzerland

http://onehealth.grforum.org/

 

Endorsed by One Health Initiative team and others—see:

http://onehealth.grforum.org/partnership/endorsing-partners/ (scroll down)

http://onehealth.grforum.org/about/scientific-and-technical-advisory-group/


Why Is Aging Conserved and What Can We Do about It?
Jason N. Pitt, PhD, Matt Kaeberlein, PhD
Saturday, May 02, 2015.

An important biomedical research project... an ideal One Health project

Open Access – PLOS bIOLOGY

Unsolved Mysteries discuss a topic of biological importance that is poorly understood and in need of research attention.

* E-mail: kaeber@uw.edu

Affiliation: Department of Pathology, University of Washington, Seattle, Washington, United States of America

Why Is Aging Conserved and What Can We Do about It?

http://journals.plos.org/plosbiology/article?id=10.1371/journal.pbio.1002131

 Jason N. Pitt, PhD, Matt Kaeberlein, PhD

  Published: April 29, 2015 DOI: 10.1371/journal.pbio.1002131 Pitt JN, Kaeberlein M (2015) Why Is Aging Conserved and What Can We Do about It? PLoS Biol 13(4): e1002131. doi:10.1371/journal.pbio.1002131 

       Abstract

“The field of aging research has progressed rapidly over the past few decades. Genetic modulators of aging rate that are conserved over a broad evolutionary distance have now been identified. Several physiological and environmental interventions have also been shown to influence the rate of aging in organisms ranging from yeast to mammals. Here we briefly review these conserved pathways and interventions and highlight some key unsolved challenges that remain. Although the molecular mechanisms by which these modifiers of aging act are only partially understood, interventions to slow aging are nearing clinical application, and it is likely that we will begin to reap the benefits of aging research prior to solving all of the mysteries that the biology of aging has to offer.”

Drs. Pitt http://kaeberleinlab.org/people/jason-pitt and Kaeberlein http://www.pathology.washington.edu/faculty/kaeberlein are affiliated with the Department of Pathology, University of Washington, Seattle, WA (USA).

 


Historic milestone physician/veterinarian global One Health conference: World Veterinary Association/World Medical Association - May 21-22, 2015 Madrid, Spain
World Veterinary Association/World Medical Association
Friday, May 01, 2015.

Historic milestone physician/veterinarian global One Health conference: World Veterinary Association/World Medical Association

 

May 21– 22, 2015 Madrid, Spain

Final program agenda http://www.wma.net/en/50events/20otherevents/80onehealth/ONE-HEALTH-2015---Final-Program.pdf  


One Health challenges explored in working paper series
Dynamic Drivers of Disease in Africa Consortium
Monday, April 27, 2015.

One Health challenges explored in working paper series

What drives differing responses to zoonotic diseases and is then used to justify different interventions and responses to disease is explored in a new working paper series from the Dynamic Drivers of Disease in Africa Consortium (www.driversofdisease.org). The series includes papers exploring the challenges to implementing One Health approaches to disease. All seven working papers in the series can be accessed from the STEPS Centre website (http://steps-centre.org/publication/dddac-pol-econ-wp-series/).

Provided to One Health Initiative website April 14, 2015 by:

Naomi Marks

Project Communications Manager

Dynamic Drivers of Disease in Africa Consortium | Twitter @DDDAC_org

Social, Economic and Environmental Drivers of Zoonoses in Tanzania (SEEDZ) | Twitter @SEEDZ_TZ 

ESRC STEPS Centre, Institute of Development Studies

Tel: +44 (0) 1273 915606


Regional Workshop on MERS-CoV and ‘One Health’ - Doha, Qatar April 27-29, 2015
Thursday, April 23, 2015.

Regional Workshop on MERS-CoV and ‘One Health’

Doha, Qatar 27–29 April 2015: Marriott Hotel

 See Agenda Attachment and  http://www.onehealthinitiative.com/publications/Concept%20Note_MERS%20Workshop%20-%20Doha-final.pdf 


One Health: Public Health and Genomic Insights - April 15, 2015
U.S. Centers For Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)
Tuesday, April 21, 2015.

U.S. Centers For Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)

One Health: Public Health and Genomic Insights - April 15, 2015

http://www.cdc.gov/genomics/public/features/one_health.htm


 
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