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WHO Technical Webinar Series on Climate Change and Health

Join Alliance member WHO for their Technical Webinar Series on Climate Change and Health. These webinars will integrate training, experience sharing, interactive activities and group discussion with the aim of building capacity for implementation at country level. Webinars will take place from April 24th to October 23, and recordings of past webinars will be made available on their webpage.

Wildfire Virtual Workshop

Join Alliance member Street Business School for their Wildfire Virtual Workshops. These LIVE virtual training sessions led by Street Business School's best Global Trainers are held every Wednesday for eight weeks, with additional workshops added to the schedule regularly. 

The Rx One Health Field Institute

Join UC Davis Veterinary Medicine for the Rx One Health Field Institute, a transformative field-based experiential learning course focused on One Health core competencies for graduate students and early career professionals from all disciplines. Through hands-on experiences, case studies, group discussions and field exercises, Rx One Health will develop participants’ skills for addressing complex challenges using the One Health approach, which recognizes that the health of people, animals, and their environments are interconnected, and that problem solving to address complex challenges is best achieved through transdisciplinary collaboration.

Ecology & Evolution of Infectious Diseases Conference

Stanford University 318 Campus Drive, Stanford, CA, United States

Join Alliance member Stanford University for the Ecology & Evolution of Infectious Diseases (EEID) Conference. Stanford University, known for its academic and scholarly excellence, is a leader in infectious disease research and has several laboratory groups throughout the institution whose research is dedicated to stopping infectious disease transmission and enhancing the health of the world around us. Given this area of expertise, this year’s EEID theme will be Healthy Planet, Healthy People, emphasizing the interconnectedness of human, animal, and environmental well-being. In addition to this focus, this year’s conference also strives to enhance learning through inclusion of diverse perspectives from experts around the world whose work focuses on infectious disease.

San Francisco AIDS Walk

Join Alliance members Chevron and Gilead Sciences for AIDS Walk San Francisco 2024. This event brings people from across the region together to remember those we've lost, show solidarity and support for those still fighting, and look to a future where HIV/AIDS is finally eradicated.

International West Africa Symposium & Workshop on Infectious Disease

Join Alliance member UCSF's Quantitative Biosciences Institute in collaboration with the University of Sierra Leone for the first International West Africa Symposium & Workshop on Infectious Disease. The Symposium on July 29-30 will bring and expose leaders in the international infectious disease community from within Africa and beyond, together in Freetown, Sierra Leone to describe the state of the art in infectious disease research on a number of key pathogens relevant to the region. Workshops will follow on July 31-August 3.

3rd Annual Bay Area Tuberculosis Science (BATS) Symposium

UCSF Mission Bay campus 1975 4th St, San Francisco, CA, United States

Join the UC Tuberculosis Research Advancement Center (UC TRAC) for the 3rd Annual Bay Area Tuberculosis Science (BATS) Symposium, co-sponsored by Alliance members UCSF Center for Tuberculosis and UC Berkeley Center for Emerging and Neglected Diseases. BATS brings together TB investigators at UCSF, UC Berkeley, UC Davis, Stanford University and the SF Department of Public Health to highlight established and early-stage investigators in the UC TRAC community with the intention to build community and foster collaboration. 

Maya Health Alliance Insight Trip

Join Alliance member, Maya Health Alliance, for an Insight Trip to get a closer look at the work they do. The trip will provide opportunities to meet their patients, team, and leaders, and find out more about how they are transforming health in rural Guatemala. The trip will provide experiences surrounding the remarkable culture and traditions of Guatemala’s indigenous Maya people.