FOSTERING ENHANCED DVM AND PARTNER ENGAGEMENT
Founded in 2013, the One Health Center for Zoonoses & Tropical Veterinary Medicine continues to reveal research to help combat infectious diseases.
Peer-reviewed papers published in 2020
Research Volunteers and Research Assistants participated in studies in 2020
Postgrad Students engaged in research in 2020.
Presentations in 2020
MEET OUR CENTER DIRECTOR, PROFESSOR SOUVIK GHOSH
Center Director & Associate Professor, Infectious Diseases
Dr. Ghosh, Director of the One Health Center for Zoonoses and Tropical Veterinary Medicine, is helping lead our One Health initiative.
By researching the connections between systems and advancing the understanding that animals, people, and the planet are interconnected, Dr. Ghosh and his team of researchers are positively impacting global health.
OUR FACULTY HAVE A PASSION FOR GLOBAL HEALTH
Our research team comprises faculty from across the globe—many with experience at international agencies. Students engage in research and benefit from being taught by research leaders in their field— helping them develop into career-ready graduates.
ONE HEALTH CENTER FOCUS AREAS
We seek to understand the connections between people, animals, and the planet.
By uncovering the relationships between human and animal health, the One Health Center research team provides evidence of how to positively impact global health.
Whether we’re sequencing the whole genomes of a pig rotavirus-A strain or improving diagnostic methods for Strongyloides stercoralis, our researchers are at the forefront of conducting veterinary research aimed at improving the health of people, animals, and the planet.
- Zoonotic, Vector-Borne and Other Tropical Infectious Disease
- Antimicrobial and Anthelmintic Resistance
- Health Management of Priority Livestock and Fish Food and Feed Safety