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Academic Integration into Pandemic Preparedness and Response Planning Workshop: Livestream (April 26-28, 2022)
As we enter the third year of the pandemic, UC Davis Grand Challenges, Healthy Davis Together, and Bay Area Global Health Alliance are reflecting with pride on how our communities have jumped in to help mitigate the devastating consequences of COVID-19 locally, nationally, and globally. Together, we will develop a roadmap for academic integration in pandemic preparedness and response planning that influences the future of public health. Join the live-streamed plenary sessions to hear from leaders, changemakers, and cross-sector partners to begin charting the course for a healthier, safer future.
On November 15, UCSF Institute for Global Health Sciences and the Bay Area Global Health Alliance co-hosted a virtual roundtable discussion on how to prevent the next pandemic. The online conversation featured award-winning science writer and author Laurie Garrett with: Jonna Mazet – Vice Provost, Grand Challenges, UC Davis; Chancellor’s Leadership Professor of Epidemiology and Disease Ecology, Larry Brilliant – physician and epidemiologist, CEO of Pandefense Advisory, senior counselor at the Skoll Foundation and a CNN Medical Analyst, Thu Do – Director, Medical Affairs, Global Patient Solutions, Gilead Sciences, and Paul Wesson – Assistant Professor, Epidemiology & Biostatistics, School of Medicine, UCSF (serving as moderator). Learn more.
Novel pathogens, climate change, biodiversity loss, food insecurity, health disparities, antimicrobial resistance, water scarcity, pollution… our planet faces a host of interrelated serious challenges in the Anthropocene era. The Rx One Health Field Institute at Alliance member UC Davis is a transformative field-based experiential learning course focused on One Health core competencies for graduate students and early career professionals from all disciplines.
Join University of California, Davis, One Health Institute and for their 10th annual One Health Symposium.
This year’s One Health Symposium theme focuses on climate change and its role in natural disasters globally, with an emphasis on innovation and global variability in transdisciplinary responses. The event will feature a global student case competition, a keynote talk from a world expert on the One Health approach to promote planetary health, and a panel discussion on battling the effects of climate change.
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.
Collaboration across sectors is necessary to solve global challengesWe believe in the catalytic power of shared knowledge and collaboration across our sectors.The Bay Area Global Health Alliance is a membership organization and central network hub, bringing together...
Christine Kreuder JohnsonChristine Kreuder Johnson is Professor of Epidemiology and Ecosystem Health in the UC Davis School of Veterinary Medicine, Director of the UC Davis Institute for Pandemic Intelligence, and has served as Associate Director of the One Health...
On November 15, UCSF Institute for Global Health Sciences and the Bay Area Global Health Alliance co-hosted a virtual roundtable discussion on how to prevent the next pandemic. The online conversation featured award-winning science writer and author Laurie Garrett and other colleagues.