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|See also: One Health related projects / programs on 'Find A PhD' website https://www.findaphd.com/phds/?Keywords=%22one+health%22|
|3-24-18||PhD in Public Health, One Health concentration||Unversity of Florida||Dept Public Health / Health Professions||The One Health concentration is a research-oriented health degree that emphasizes working across public health, veterinary health, and environmental health disciplines to tackle difficult health problems. This program is designed to bridge the gap between various areas of animal, plant, and human health to improve the well being of all species.||Gainesville, Florida||USA||http://egh.phhp.ufl.edu/degree-programs/phd-programs/phd-in-one-health/||Academic Programs Coordinator email@example.com||Yes|
|12-11-19||PhD Assistantship: Socio-Ecological Evaluation of Disease Risk in Moose||University of Maine||Kamath and De Urioste-Stone Labs||The student will examine the drivers and impacts of parasite infections in Maine moose (Alces alces), and use social science tools to facilitate communication and participatory planning.||Orono, Maine||USA||https://wfscjobs.tamu.edu/jobs/phd-assistantship-socio-ecological-evaluation-of-disease-risk-in-moose-maine/|
|12-11-19||MS, One Health and the Environment ProgrPhD||University of Maine||Become experts in their disciplinary field, while developing strength in another discipline Work collaboratively in transdisciplinary teams of peers and stakeholder projects under co-advisement by faculty from social and biophysical sciences Develop communication skills to successfully engage with diverse audiences Acquire knowledge & skills to develop innovative solutions to One Health problems Acquire professional skills to enable successful careers in and out of academia. Twenty-one M.S. and Ph.D. assistantships available.||Orono, Maine||USA||https://www.pathwaystoscience.org/programhub.aspx?sort=IGE-UMaine-NRTOneHealth|
|3/12/2020 0:46:08||One Health||University of Melbourne||Graduate School||The OneHealth PhD Program provides you with a training and support framework to complement your PhD. Graduate researchers from within the Faculty of Veterinary and Agricultural Sciences, the Peter Doherty Institute and the School of Biosciences are encouraged to participate in the program. As a Program participant, you will develop the skills required to tackle to health problems with an interdisciplinary One Health focus.||Melbourne||Australia||https://firstname.lastname@example.org||Yesemail@example.com||Neil Vezeau|
|3/29/2020 21:21:55||One Health||Western University||Schulich School of Medicine & Dentistry, Department of Pathology and Laboratory Medicine||Twelve terms. Thesis required. While conducting their research projects students will work on a health topic considering a variety of factors impacting the health of humans, animals, and the environment. Students take courses related to the foundations and application of One Health and a journal club/seminar course. Opportunity to select courses related to principles of epidemiology, infectious diseases, animal health, socio-economic determinants of health, environmental health, research methods, as well as a variety of courses at Western University that best suit their proposed graduate research project.||London, Ontario||Canada||https://www.schulich.uwo.ca/pathol/gps/research_programs/programs/msc_phd/one_health.html||Tracey Koning||Yesfirstname.lastname@example.org||Dr. Francisco Olea Popelka|
|6/1/2020 23:09:37||One Health and Urbanization||University of Bonn (Germany)||Center for Development Research||"The NRW Forschungskolleg One Health and Urban Transformation – identifying risks and developing sustainable solutions is a transdiciplinary graduate school seeking integrated interventions to attain optimal health for humans, animals, plants and the environment.One Health and Urban Transformation graduate school is hosted in Bonn (Germany), at the Center for Development Research (ZEF) in cooperation with multiple institutes of the University of Bonn, the International Centre for Sustainable Development (IZNE) of the University of Applied Science Bonn Rhein-Sieg (HBRS), and the United Nations University - Institute for Environment and Human Security (UNU-EHS)."||Hosted in Bonn, Germany, but research conducted all over the world||Germany||https://www.zef.de/onehealth.html||Dr. Timo Falkenberg||Yesemail@example.com||Bailey Archey|
|6/1/2020 23:14:22||Environmental and Planetary Health Sciences||City University of New York||Graduate School of Public Health and Health Policy||The PhD degree in Environmental and Planetary Health Sciences program applies an interdisciplinary approach to identification of the public health impacts of the local and global environment, human activities, the food environment and nutrition, along with the socio-political and economic factors that together determine the sustainability of life on our planet. Graduates will apply scientific methods to understand and address these global challenges, through a framework of environmental justice and sustainability stewardship.||New York, New York||USA||https://firstname.lastname@example.org||Yesemail@example.com||Bailey Archey|
|6/1/2020 23:21:26||One Health||Joint program between Universities of Edinburgh and Glasgow||Work with several||This theme will build on the substantial and complementary strengths of the University of Edinburgh and University of Glasgow in One Health, with a particular focus on developing between Institution connectivity, promoting interdisciplinarity and seeding impact. While One Health can be interpreted widely, for the purposes of this program we focus on the design, implementation and evaluation of interventions in the management of animal populations for the primary purpose of controlling zoonotic disease and improving human health. Such interventions will focus around the development and use of vaccines, drugs, genome editing for resilience, behavior or husbandry practices, market economics or combinations thereof. |
Applicants may only submit an application for ONE project only.
|Edinburgh or Glasgow||Scotland||https://www.gla.ac.uk/research/ourresearchenvironment/prs/uofguofedinphdstudentships/onehealth/||None listed||Nofirstname.lastname@example.org||Bailey Archey|
|6/1/2020 23:26:59||Integrated One Health Solutions||University of Edinburgh||Edinburgh Infectious Diseases||"The aim of the progrmame is to foster collaboration and to build on existing synergies in the identified themes of this call. Our universities have a long record of collaborative research and teaching, in particular in the fields of medicine and infectious diseases. |
Each University will fund three studentships in areas where significant joint interest and expertise were identified.
Students will be registered for their degree at one or other host institution, and projects will involve at least one supervisor from each organisation. It is anticipated that research exchanges between Leiden and Edinburgh will occur during the projects with the expectation that students will spend time in each institution, with a minimum of 12 months in the second host institution."
|Edinburgh, Scotland or Leiden, Netherlands||https://www.ed.ac.uk/edinburgh-infectious-diseases/teaching/phd-programmes/phd-integrated-one-health-solutions||Many - see website||Noemail@example.com||Bailey Archey|
|6/1/2020 23:33:23||Collaborative Specialization in One Health||University of Guelph||Many||This program will prepare future leaders to work at the forefront of these complex health challenges, crossing disciplinary boundaries, conducting multidisciplinary research,|
mobilizing knowledge, and informing policy...Students must complete two required courses (ONEH*6000 and ONEH*6100/6200) as well as successfully conduct research and
defend a thesis that applies a One Health approach. Additional requirements will be specific to each student’s primary program."
|Guelph, Ontario||Canada||https://graduatestudies.uoguelph.ca/programs/onehealth||Katie Clow||Yesfirstname.lastname@example.org||Bailey Archey|
|1-25-20||One Health East Africa Research and Training PhD Fellowship||The Ohio State University||Global One Health initiative (GOHi)||Begins April 15, 2020, end in 2022. The successful candidates will spend a maximum of 1.5 years at Ohio State and 2.5 years at their home university as well as complete additional course requirements. The fellow will work closely with the academic advisors from Ohio State and their home institution throughout the fellowship. Priority will be given to the academic or research institutes identified as primary capacity strengthening partners: University of Gondar and Addis Ababa University (Ethiopia), University of Nairobi (Kenya) and Sokoine University of Agriculture (Tanzania), the Kenya Medical Research Institute and the Ethiopian Public Health Institute.||Columbus, Ohio plus home institution||USA||https://globalonehealth.osu.edu/sites/globalonehealth.osu.edu/files/documents/O-HEARTPhDFellowshipOpportunityAnnouncement.pdf||GOHi@osu.edu||????|
|6-28-20||Wellcome Trust PhD programme in One Health Models of Disease||U Edinburgh||newly established Wellcome Trust 4-year PhD programme in One Health Models of Disease will combine key training in experimental techniques, bioethics and social sciences, to apply new ‘One Health’ models of neurodegenerative, cardiovascular, developmental, and infectious diseases of humans and animals.||Edinburgh||Scotland||https://www.ed.ac.uk/edinburgh-infectious-diseases/teaching/phd-programmes/one-health-models-disease||Yes, Applications open in fall||CMS|