The UT One Health Initiative is pleased to announce a monthly Lunch & Learn Seminar Series! This series will bring together speakers from across UT, the nation, and world to…
The National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine is hosting a free, virtual workshop exploring a One Health approach to outbreak prevention, detection, preparedness, and response. The workshop, Systematizing the…
It is no secret that farmers and ranchers contend with daily stressors, and lately those have been compounded by increases in operation closures, land forfeitures, labor issues, and more. According…
Dr. Deb Miller shared the background of the One Health Initiative in just under seven minutes at UT’s MicNite, a PechaKucha-style presentation.
World Antimicrobial Awareness Week (WAAW) aims to increase awareness of global antimicrobial resistance (AMR) and to encourage best practices among the general public, health workers and policy makers to avoid the further emergence and spread of drug-resistant infections.
The goal of One Health Day is to bring attention around the world to the need for One Health interactions and for the world to ‘see them in action.’
Dr. Rebecca Hardman of the UT College of Veterinary Medicine was featured on a recent Mongabay podcast to discuss pathogens that are threatening salamander species.
WUOT 91.9 FM spoke with Dr. Marcy Souza about how to keep our communities safe, given the spotlight on the COVID-19 pandemic.
PhD student Ryan Saylor was featured on Channel 10 News, WBIR, to explain his research creating ‘gel fish’ to simulate how fish travel through dams. View the video from WBIR.
One Health is a concept that recognizes that humans, animals, plants, and the environment are inextricably linked—the health of one affects the health of all—and health issues must be addressed cohesively.