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|1/10/2019 15:16:55||Tropical One Health||Pre-med, Pre-vet, Biology, Public Health Students, etc!||Lincoln Memorial University, Maderas Rainforest Conservancy||In this course we will explore the unique challenges and opportunities of an interdisciplinary One Health approach in Costa Rica. Students will gain hands on experience in health education, preventative medicine, environmental health, and infectious disease while exploring the local rainforest and surrounding communities.||Field Course/ Study Abroad||La Suerte Biological Field Station in Northeastern Costa Rica||Costa Rica||5/1/2019||http://www.maderasrfc.org/||Dr. Bonnie Price||Yes||Bonnie Priceemail@example.com|
Research Experience for Undergraduates: Accelerating New Environmental Workskills
undergraduate students; U.S. citizens
University of Maine Initiative for One Health and the Environment
Our NSF-funded REU summer program invites 10 undergraduate students to conduct faculty-mentored, cutting-edge research at the intersection of human, animal, and environmental health. Through our program, students will develop critical research and thinking skills, and build lasting professional relationships, that are directly relevant to future career success.
Anne Lichtenwalner and Kristina Cammen
Summer Course on One Health Approach for Microbiome Identification on Komodo and Wildlife
international undergraduates and graduates students
|Prof Dr. Wayan Tunas Artama|
This summer program will focus on One Health Approach (integrating between human, animal, and the environment) on microbiome identification on Komodo and Wildlife. This relates to zoonotic diseases that transferred from animal to human or vice versa. Zoonotic diseases 70% comes from wildlife origin. Komodo as the one of the seven wonders of nature is one of the conservation focus. This summer course provides courses from different majors (veterinary sciences, animal sciences, biology, forestry, anthropology, biotechnology, microbiology, and any major related) held by more than 10 lecturers all over the world
|Tradition (in-person)||Labuan Bajo and Yogyakarta||Indonesia||6/1/2019|
|3-17-18||One Health International Summer Course 2018||Course is relevant for people with many different scientific backgrounds (including natural / social sciences and humanities) either currently studying at master or PhD level or as continuing education for professionals interested in the One Health topics and cross-disciplinary approaches.||University of Copenhagen (UCPH) and Technical University of Denmark (DTU)||International summer course in OH provides knowledge, skills and competences regarding efficient solutions to the multifaceted global challenges to human, animal and environmental health through cross-disciplinary research, education and collaboration between relevant institutions and stakeholders. Focuses on zoonoses, emerging diseases, and emerging health-related problems (drug resistance, toxins, pollution, etc.).||Both online and in-person components||Copenhagen, Denmark||Denmark||4/1/2018||http://firstname.lastname@example.org||Yes|
|3-17-18||The Makerere University One Health Institute Field Attachment: Cohort 2018||Makerere University undergraduate students currently in their final semester of study in fields of Social Sciences, Public Health, Mass Communication, IT, Veterinary, Nursing, Law, Human Medicine, Agriculture,Environment, Business, Laboratory Sciences and other Health Sciences||Makerere University, One Health Central and Eastern Africa (OHCEA)||The One Health Institute Field Attachment is a multidisciplinary, experiential training in community engagement concerning assessment of infectious disease threats.||In-Person, Traditional, course and field work||Kampala||Uganda||April 5, 2018||http://ohcea.org/index.php?option=com_k2&view=item&id=164:the-makerere-university-one-health-institute-field-attachment-cohort-2018||OHCEA Uganda Administrator email@example.com||Yes|
|4-13||Duke University One Health Training Program 2018||A bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university is required, with translated and certified transcripts demonstrating a minimum GPA of 3.0 on a 4.0 scale, or foreign equivalent, and equivalency to a US bachelor’s degree.||Duke University||Introducing One Health problem solving combining public health, veterinary health, and environmental health training, Strengthening global surveillance.The course work involves training in One Health, epidemiology, and virology (particularly influenza), as well as achieving better collaborations between US governmental agencies and various ministries of health or agriculture.||In-Person||Durham, North Carolina||USA||See webpage||https://firstname.lastname@example.org email@example.com||Yes|
|4-5-18||Ohio State Summer One Health Institute||OSU Undergraduates, graduate, professional students, faculty and post-doctoral fellows||OSU Global One Health Initiative||Modular trainings, interactive workshops, didactic trainings and applied learning opportunities to build One Health capacity among Ohio State students and eastern Africa professionals.||In-Person|
Ethiopia and Kenya
|https://globalonehealth.osu.edu/projects/summer-institute||Tigist Endashaw firstname.lastname@example.org Laura Joseph email@example.com|
|4-9-18||Update Course in Clinical Tropical Medicine and Traveler's Health||Physicians and healthcare providers Working in tropical medicine and travelers' health, Seeking additional knowledge in these growing fields, Needing Continuing Medical Education credits||American Society of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene (ASTM)||This course was developed as an update in the essential components of tropical medicine and travelers' health. Speakers are internationally recognized authorities in the field. Approximately 14.75 AMA PRA Category 1 CreditsTM will be offered.||In Person||New Orleans, Louisiana||USA||May 21, 2018||http://www.astmh.org/education-resources/update-course?utm_source=ASTMH%2DInformz&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=default||Buffy Finn firstname.lastname@example.org|
|4-11-18||Wildlife Medicine and Conservation-Summer Courses||Students||Wildlife Institute||unique opportunity for pre-veterinary and veterinary students to gain practical experience on the front lines of wildlife medicine & conservation in Belize||In-Person||Belize||http://www.wildlife-institute.com/veterinary-courses/wildlife-medicine-conservation-course/||Justin Ford email@example.com||Yes|
|4-11-18||Rx One Health||Early career health, agriculture, and conservation professionals, with enrollment priority given to veterinary and medical students from the University of California and University of Rwanda. In 2018, a maximum of 22 students will be accepted for the program.||University of California, Davis||Rx for early career health professionals to prepare them for immediate engagement in global health careers that will demand effective problem solving skills, cross-disciplinary engagements, and solid foundations in field and laboratory activities.||In-Person||Tanzania||http://firstname.lastname@example.org||Yes|
|4-11-18||Conservation Medicine: A Veterinary Perspective Summer Course||High School and Undergrad students||Cornel University College of Veterinary Medicine||This three-week program will introduce students to conservation practices, veterinary medicine, and biological principles as they relate to the health of our planet.||In Person||Ithaca, New York||USA||https://email@example.com||Yes|
|4-13-18||Summer Workshop on Pandemics, Bioterrorism, and Global Health Security: From Anthrax to Zika, July 18-20-2018||Professionals and academics, both domestic and international, in public health, the life sciences, the biotechnology and pharmaceutical industries, international affairs, law enforcement, emergency management, and national security who have responsibilities for preventing, preparing for, or responding to pandemics, bioterrorism, and other threats to global health security.||George Mason University Schar School of Public Policy and Government||Organized by the Biodefense Graduate Program, this three-day, non-credit summer workshop is designed to introduce participants to the challenges facing the world at the intersection of national security, public health, and the life sciences. Workshop faculty are internationally recognized experts from government, private sector, and academia extensively involved with research and policy-making on public health, biodefense, and national security issues||In Person July 18-20, 2018||Arlington, Virginia||USA||https://goo.gl/hJaCnsfirstname.lastname@example.org||Yes|
|4/17/2018 10:03:34||One Health High School Summer Online Course||Rising Juniors and Seniors in high school||Kansas State University-Olathe||High school juniors and seniors can enroll in a free, non-credit, online course about One Health. The course looks at the complex interrelationships between humans and animals, humans and the environment, and animals and the environment. Students will get a taste of what will be required to take an online college-level course.||in-person & online||OLATHE, KS||United States||5/15/2018|
|Martha Nowak email@example.com||Yes||Martha Nowakfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|5-31-18||Amgen Undergraduate Scholars Summer Program||Enrolled undergraduate students||Amgen Foundation||Amgen Scholars allows undergraduates from across the globe to participate in cutting-edge research opportunities at world-class institutions. 17 leading institutions across the U.S., Europe and Japan currently host the summer program.||In-person||Various||Various||Varies based on program||http://email@example.com||Yes|
|5-31-18||First Annual Evolutionary Medicine Summer Institute (EMSI)||For students, postdocs, faculty, public health practitioners, physicians, and veterinarians||Triangle Center for Evolutionary Medicine (TriCEM)||The goal of EMSI is to introduce core evolutionary concepts to a wide range of topics in human health and disease, including public health, and to train physicians and medical scientists in computational methods used in evolutionary and ecological research.||In-person||Durham, NC||USA||https://sites.duke.edu/emsi/||Melissa Manus (firstname.lastname@example.org) or Charles Nunn (email@example.com).||Yes|
|5-31-18||The McGill Summer Institute in Infectious Diseases & Global Health||Global health community||McGill University||McGill University and McGill University Health Centre have exceptionally strong research groups and centers working on TB, HIV, and neglected tropical diseases. These Centers have a very strong track record of advanced courses and workshops that are offered every year, in topics such as tuberculosis research methods, TB diagnostics, and tropical and parasitic diseases.||In-person||Montreal, Quebec||Canada||http://mcgill-idgh.ca/overview/||http://mcgill-idgh.ca/contact-us/||Yes|
|7-1-18||EcoHealthNet Research Exchange||EcoHealthNet is an undergraduate and graduate-level global research coordination network||EcoHealth Alliance||Bring together world-class research scientists from medical, ecology, veterinary, epidemiology, virology, anthropology, climate science, data science, and economics fields that will advance One Health research and education||6-12 wk summer in-person internships||Multiple||Inernational||https://firstname.lastname@example.org||Yes|
|8-15-18||One Health School||The One Health School is open to all internati onal students with a completed Masters degree and with a passion for One Health.||University of Pretoria, South Africa in collaboration with the Institute Tropical Medicine, Belgium.||The One Health School is designed to provide participants with a real-life experience of unique settings at the wildlife/livestock/human interface. The program will off er ample opportunities to come face-to-face with One Health challenges encompassing interdependent issues of animal, human and environmental health so unique to this region.||Tradition (in-person), field work||Kruger National Park, South Africa||South Africa||8/31/2018||https://www.up.ac.za/en/oie-collaborating-centre/article/2710657/training||Mrs Maude da Cal||Yes||Prof Anita Michelemail@example.com|
|12-3-18||EcoHealthNet Workshop||Undergraduate / graduate students and research scientists from various scientific disciplines||EcoHealth Alliance, Johns Hopkins U, and Smithsonian Institute||One-week workshop designed to learn about concepts and tools used in disease ecology research. Five days of high-level didactic and practical training from experts on topics related to disease ecology, such as mathematical disease modeling, GIS and spatial analysis, field and laboratory techniques for zoonotic disease research, the economics of emerging diseases, and critical review of published studies.||In Person||George Mason University, Fairfax, Virginia, USA||USA||https://firstname.lastname@example.org||Yes||CMS|