June 2021
One Health Happenings
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'See over 250 popular media OpEds, Commentaries, Podcasts and other media about the coronavirus pandemic that mention and/or call for One Health by name or theory ......... because popular media is read by the 'public'. Be sure to click on both 2020 and 2021 to fully appreciate the number of items that have been published around the world. https://tinyurl.com/COVID-OH-20

It is fair to say that the wisdom of One Health has benefited from the COVID pandemic, which itself has resulted in an unprecedented common cause by the G7 leaders who have already announced support for vaccine financing and grants in the order of one billion vaccines. This is unquestionably a highly welcome act of solidarity with all countries……But it is the short-term answer: This is looking at the present urgency of containing the spread of COVID-19 and its variants without recognizing that the COVID-19 pandemic is the flashing red light to potential future epidemics or pandemics. https://tinyurl.com/fs8dmm4w
May 25, 2021 CUGH Webinar
The WHO is the leading global public health agency. Its role is essential for our collective and individual health. In the face of the COVID-19 pandemic, we have an opportunity to strengthen it, to make it a more effective, transparent and better funded organization. Reforms that countries can support to achieve these goals were discussed in this webinar by Dr.s Ala Alwan and Dr. Marie Paule Kieney, two former WHO leaders. Moderated by Dr. Kieth Martin. https://bit.ly/3heJj1k
Other News
June 30, 2021
Part 1 - 'One Health 101: What is all the fuss??'
Hosted by the One Health Commission, in partnership with the National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine, The Wilson Center, and the Smithsonian’s National Museum of Natural History. The general public does not yet understand what One Health is all about. To meet this need this 3-part webinar series on 'One Health in the U.S.' was launched. The first webinar, ‘One Health 101: What is All the Fuss?’, featured an overview of the One Health framework, systems and policies, and highlighted best practices in preventing the next pandemic. Freelance Reporter Jimmy Tobias narrated a true One Health success story about the Bracken Cave in San Antonio and the bats that dwell there. Professorial Lecturer Dr. Bernadette Dunham led a deeper exploration of One Health relative to zoonotic diseases and beyond. Dr. Greg Gray addressed One Health Systems and Policies. Moderated by Peter Costa and Neil Vezeau. Series Parts 2 and 3 will be in September and November. See the June 30 Event Flyer. Recording available on the event webpage. (Click Register to start the recording). See Press Release https://conta.cc/36a1Vui  https://tinyurl.com/OneHealthCommissionOHinUS
APHA One Health Special Interest Group is calling all
One Health writers! 
Are you involved in a work-related or community-based One Health initiative or event? Does it complement the APHA One Health Special Interest Group Newsletter focus to highlight the human-animal-environment connection and advance the One Health concept? If so, we would like to share your story via our quarterly newsletter that will go out in July. Please submit your article to Katharyn Kryda (katharyn.kryda.ctr@dot.gov) by Friday, July 2.
A Rose by Any Other Name -
One Health in Action
Hosted by the U.S. NASEM Program Standing Committee on use of Emerging Sciences for Environmental Health Decisions and the NIEHS. There is growing evidence that the environment can play an important role in mental health—yet research into the effects of environmental stressors rarely focuses on behavioral and mental health outcomes. This virtual workshop will bring together experts in mental health and environmental health research to explore emerging research on the relationship, harmful or beneficial, between environmental factors and mental health. See the Proceedings of the Workshop. https://bit.ly/3vUIobS

Don't Forget - You can bring this exhibit to your part of the world!!!!
Created by the U.S. Smithsonian's National Museum of Natural History, this exhibit can physically and/or virtually go anywhere, including to a mall, library or hospital lobby near you. An online platform makes it easier for interested organizations to access Outbreak Do-It-Yourself exhibit . See a Virtual tour of the Exhibit. https://s.si.edu/3dz0JFJ
OHSS welcomes Dr. Séverine Thys to the Leadership Team
Severine considers herself a One Health (OH) anthropologist. She started her academic career within the OH movement in 2009 as an anthropologist in the Animal Health Department of the Institute of Tropical Medicine (ITM), Antwerp, where she served as co-investigator in three FP7 EU projects (ICONZ, ADVANZ, NEXTGEN), coordinated a strategic network on Zoonoses and Neglected Diseases aimed at fostering intersectoral collaboration and promoted the OH concept among ITM institutional partners. As a lecturer on qualitative methodologies in several OH master programs in Belgium and abroad, she continues building bridges by actively developing activities for the Belgian OH Network together with representatives of different ministries, universities, and civil society organizations.  Get to know Dr. Thys. 
The recording of her OHSS webinar obout her PhD dissertation research can be found here: https://tinyurl.com/hptmpr7k (Click Register to start the recording)

The mission of OHSS is to strengthen the network of individuals who incorporate social science concepts and methods in research applications and commu-nity initiatives that link human, animal, and environ-mental health. In 2021 OHSS wishes to further engage with the OHSS community through active participation in work groups. Work groups provide an action-driven opportunity for professionals from the social sciences to work together with those from other disciplines to address a One Health topic. The purpose of this 5-minute survey is to identify your interest in participating in or leading an OHSS work group. Answers will be reported in aggregate form. We hope to hear from you. https://tinyurl.com/3y5rc2nj

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Be sure it is included on the Online One Health Opportunities Bulletin Board. If not already there, you can submit it yourself!!! https://tinyurl.com/OHC-OH-Opportunities
Did you Know About?
Justice Heals partners trauma survivors and shelter dogs to support healing. Programming incorporates best practices in One Welfare to provide enrichment for dogs in shelters while helping trauma survivors build coping skills. Working within the Animal Assisted Therapy (AAT) model, Justice Heals is directed by licensed human mental healthcare providers. Utilizing the One Welfare model, programming is also directed by licensed veterinary healthcare providers. With support from the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, the Justice Heals team members are participants in Clinical Scholars, a health equity-centered leadership development program for interdisciplinary teams of health care providers. Find them on Instagram: justiceheals_msu
Twitter: @JusticeHealsMSU Facebook: @JusticeHeals
Pandemics, past and present, show us a practical example of how closely linked man, animals, and the environment are, and tackling these complex problems is proving difficult due to a lack of collaboration between researchers from around the world. Integrated Research & Training for One Health (IRT) hopes to facilitate One Health research and projects through promotion of collaboration and collective thinking. IRT collaborates with other platforms that are involved with One Health initiatives, provides a platform for One Health research/project ideas, opportunities & events, and offers free, central access for all One Health postgraduate education and training programs. https://bit.ly/35VoWkD
See also the One Health Commission's Online One Health Opportunities Bulletin Board
Amazon Smile has donated over $200 million to charities worldwide! You can help increase AmazonSmile donations to One Health Commission by shopping at smile.amazon.com/ch/27-0799294 or with AmazonSmile 'ON' in the Amazon Shopping app. https://tinyurl.com/3c5y2djz
Student News

International Student One Health Alliance (ISOHA)

If you have an event coming up in your student club which is open to other One Health enthusiasts, fill out this form. Submissions will be added to the ISOHA Events Calendar available at https://isohaonehealth.wordpress.com/one-health-events/.

The One Health Promoter event organized by the ISOHA Asia team and seven outstanding co-organizer clubs from six countries in Asia was a success. We are excited to announce the winners who spread awareness of One Health through personal social media platforms! As a token of our appreciation, winners will meet with Sean Sum, ISOHA VP of Outreach, and Bailey Archey, ISOHA VP of Education, in addition to receiving this certificate.


Top 10 winners: 
1. ANOOJA M (Student for One Health - COHEART)
2. Sarah Marie J. Amit (Cavite State University- The Asclepian Society)
3. Renalyn F. Bagsic (Cavite State University- The Asclepian Society)
4. Ricci Anne V. Laurezo (Cavite State University- The Asclepian Society)
5. Julian Cedric P. Erana (Cavite State University- The Asclepian Society)
6. Shammu Sherin (Student for One Health - COHEART)
7. RJ Claude M. Niones (Cavite State University- The Asclepian Society)
8. PAPA, DOMINIQUE JEAN a. (Cavite State University- The Asclepian Society)
9. Gabriel Santillan Cadavona (Cavite State University- The Asclepian Society)
10. Emmanuel A. Dalay (Cavite State University- The Asclepian Society)

Top 2 winners of best answers in the Question and Answer session:
1. Truong Khanh Linh (The Green Community- One Health of Hanoi University of Public Health)
2.Acevedo (Cavite State University - The Asclepian Society
Students are spreading the message of One Health all around the world! https://bit.ly/2WF3RaS
Your one-stop-shop for links to student group re-sources, educational opportunities, advocacy inform-ation, and communication platforms.
Student Educational Opportunities Map https://bit.ly/2UAh9CE 
Neglected One Health Issues
Lyme disease is one of the most common vector-borne diseases in North America, affecting thousands of people per year. The species of deer ticks (Ixodes scapularis) that carry Lyme-causing bacteria are found in warm, forested areas in the Northern Hemisphere. As global climate warms, deer ticks are migrating north, which means more people are at risk of contracting the disease. Serge Olivier Kotchi of the Public Health Agency of Canada has been studying how climate change affects the incidence of vector-borne diseases in Canada, including Lyme and West Nile Virus. The medical geographer and his colleagues recently published a study in Remote Sensing which showed that the risk of Lyme disease is expanding north in Canada as temperatures change. In particular, they found that between 2000 and 2015, Lyme risk doubled in the province of Quebec and tripled in Manitoba. https://tinyurl.com/x67r6272
Upcoming Events
July 7, 2021
2:30pm to 4:30pm (CEST)
Hosted by the newly created One Sustainable Health Forum, an initiative of the Ballukian Foundation (Lyon, France). https://www.onesustainablehealth.org/ 
July 7, July 21, and August 4, 2021
9-10am UK time (8-9am GMT)
Hosted by the GCRF One Health Poultry Hub. The Roadmap Series of online discussions on health security, food security, food systems, global health governance and sustainability has a stellar line up for its summer events. They include Professor David Heymann, Distinguished Fellow at Chatham House and former WHO Assistant Director-General for Health Security and Environment; Professor Meerjady Flora, Director General of Bangladesh’s Directorate General of Health Services (Planning and Development) and Chair of One Health Bangladesh; and Professor David Nabarro, Special Envoy of WHO Director-General on COVID-19. More information at www.onehealthpoultry.org/roadmap, or sign up to One Health Poultry Hub news.
July 22-26, 2021
(Virtual Event for Students)
The One Health Hackathon is an online global health innovation event open to students from around the world; last year, it had 300 participants from 20 different countries. Teams will be assigned to one of 5 diseases (cholera, Nipah virus, Zika virus, influenza, or rabies), for which they will have 5 days to come up with an action plan ranging from policy platforms to business pitches, tech prototypes, and more. Participants will get to hear from leading global health experts in a speaker series, and get one-on-one feedback. Distinguished speakers include scientists from Princeton University, Cornell University, EcoHealth Alliance, the National Institute of Health, and more. For more information and to register, visit https://onehealthhackathon.org/ohh21
July 26 - August 6, 2021 Free Online Course
Hosted by the One Health European Joint Programme (EJP) this Summer School will include topics such as climate change, antimicrobial resistance, zoonoses, wildlife and epidemiology. The event is being coordinated by the ISS institute in Italy and encourages PhD students, post-docs and junior members of staff from across the globe to apply. An interest in One Health is essential. Catch it next year. Application deadline was May 31, 2021. More information is available on the One Health EJP website. https://onehealthejp.eu/summer-school-2021/
July 29 - August 1, 2021
Completely Virtual
See One Health sessions by selecting the day, clicking Filter and entering One Health as the Program Tag.
Sample Session: 
Thurs July 29, 2021 Epidemic to Pandemic: The Interconnected Natures of Poultry and Human Outbreaks
In the Food Safety Symposium sponsored by the American Association of Food Safety / Public Health Veterinarians (AAFSPHV) and the U.S National Association of Federal Veterinarians (NAFV)
Registration. https://tinyurl.com/ab5ztbwh

October 16-17, 2021
Harris County Public Health’s 2021 virtual One Health Conference brings together renowned medical, veterinary, and environmental experts to share their research and insights on the path forward.
Register here: bit.ly/ohc2021 
October 22-27, 2021 
American Biological Safety Association Annual Conference with featured sponsor, Elizabeth R. Giffin Foundation at Georgetown University, CME available for medical professionals. Currently planned to occur in Raleigh, North Carolina. absaconference.org

April 1-3, 2022
Consortium of Universities for Global Health (CUGH) 2022 Conference (Hybrid- In person and online). Los Angeles, California, Virtual Satellite Sessions: March 21-25, 2022, In-person Satellite Sessions: March 31, 2022. https://bit.ly/3y83cho
Recent (and not so recent) PAST EVENTS (You might have missed)
These events have passed but we would like for the world to be aware of them!
Track the progress of One Health since 2001
Check out more past One Health Events on the Commission's
July 1, 2021 Webinar
Formal Launch of the Ecossistemas Aquaticos Saude animal, humana e embiental (ECOHA -  Aquatic Ecosystems: Animal, human and environmental health) One Health Brasil Network
In view of the importance of One Health in the scope of  Aquatic Ecosystems, the ECOHA Network was created. This interdisciplinary coalition is part of the One Health Brasil Network and aims to connect professionals, students and institutions involved in initiatives in One Health, that focus on aquatic ecosystems. This webinar presented the ECOHA Network with a panel discussion about Aquatic Ecosystems and One Health. The webinar was hosted on the Rural Federal University of Pernambuco UFRPE, (Brazil)
YouTube Channel. More information, contact: onehealthecoha@gmail.com
June 22, 2021 OHSS Webinar
Hosted by the OHC One Health Social Sciences Initiative. Speakers: Deborah Nadal, Medical Anthropologist, U Glasgow, and Abi T. Vanak, Ecologist, Ashoka Trust for Research in Ecology and the Environment, Bangalore. Dog mediated rabies in India continues to be an important public health concern for many reasons including belief in alternate systems of medicine and poor understanding of the dynamics of disease in dog populations. In Western India, the socially and economically marginalized Devipujak community worships the goddess Hadkai Mata to seek protection from rabies and, at the same time, from caste discrimination. One Health must aim not only at eliminating zoonotic diseases, but also at creating societal wellbeing and achieving justice for humans and animals. View the event flier. Recording available. https://tinyurl.com/dvrm3nes
June 8-9, 2021 Virtual Workshop
Hosted by the National Academy Science, Engineering and Medicine’s Standing Committee on the Use of Emerging Science for Environmental Health Decisions. A population-level look and collaborative approach to complex intersections between environment and infectious disease exposure and transmission to inform public health decision making during outbreaks, epidemics, and pandemics. 
June 8, 2021
Hosted by the newly created One Sustainable Health Forum, an initiative of the Ballukian Foundation (Lyon, France) this event featured a presentation of the International OSH Working Group themes that will be launched on July 7th in Lyon from 2:30pm to 4:30pm (CEST).
June 4th, 2021
One Health, Texas and the Planet - Seminar (Virtual)
Speaker Dr. Juan Lubroth, is the former Chief Veterinary Officer of the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO). He was co-author of the Manhattan Principles, which has escalated to a global movement with several initiatives, policy papers and educational efforts that raise the importance of One Health. Dr. Lubroth spoke on his prime interest: understanding the complexity of pathogens and their life cycles – not during the pandemics or epizootics – but where the pathogens ‘hide’ in nature (reservoirs or hotspots) and their recrudescence for outbreak and disease prevention, and preparedness planning. He also addressed how we can integrate the One Health concept in our education.
May 31, 2021 to July 18, 2021
Free Massive Open Online Course (MOOC)
Co-sponsored by the United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF), the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP), the World Bank and the World Health Organization (WHO). TDR, the Special Programme for Research and Training in Tropical Diseases, is a global programme of scientific collaboration that facilitates, supports and influences efforts to combat diseases of poverty. For participants in countries in the WHO South-East Asia region (SEAR). For more information, contact Dr. Adi Nugroho at training-pkt.fkkmk@ugm.ac.id. See course flyer. https://bit.ly/3cU8zbZ 
May 27, 2021
Frontiers Forum sessionfeaturing world-renowned land-scape architect Professor Kongjian Yu of Peking University discussing how “sponge cities” solve urban environmental issues like flooding and pollution, while creating beautiful living spaces. Inspired by a combination of ancient Chinese wisdom and modern science, his nature-based approach to urban planning is implemented in over 200 cities, and has significantly impacted national policies for improving the environment in China. Recording available: https://youtu.be/g2tl3zC6wX4
May 20, 2021
Action for Animal Health Coalition: Putting One Health into Practice - A Call to Action for Animal Health 
This new coalition and initiative advocates for investment in animal health systems to protect animals and people, and prevent the next pandemic. A 'Call to Action' to governments and international agencies will be extended at this event to prioritise strong animal health systems as part of operationalising One Health and to support attainment of Sustainable Development Goal 3 (Good health and wellbeing). Keynote speakers at the launch event: Professor David Heymann, Distinguished Fellow at Chatham House, Pauline Mulunda and Violet Natembey, farmers in Kenya working with Send a Cow. Moderated by Katie Husselby, Action for Global Health. This energetic and informative event provided insights into the importance of putting One Health into practice. Recording available. https://bit.ly/3gaGf5W 
May 13, 2021 Webinars
One Health sessions hosted by Hill’s Pet Nutrition. CE credit still available.
  • Update On SARS-CoV-2 Infection In Dogs And Cats - Michael R. Lappin, DVM, PhD, DACVIM
  • Comparing Osteosarcoma in Dogs and Humans – How Can We Work Together to Make Things Better? - Will Eward, MD, DVM
  • Great Danes To Grandads – How One Health Will Change How We Age - Nicole Ehrhart, VMD, MS
Register to view recordings. https://bit.ly/2ScF3ai 
A monthly web seminar series that brings together One Health practitioners from the Horn of Africa and elsewhere to discuss best practices on how to operationalize One Health in the field and how One Health supports sustainable development. The seminars and other HEAL community of practice (CoP) seminars are organised jointly with the ILRI One Health Center for Africa. Recordings available: https://www.oh4heal.org/community-of-practice/ 
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Anyone, from anywhere in the world, can directly post and view One Health Opportunities, from summer programs to educational, job and funding opportunities. http://bit.ly/2kdZmiN

Check out other One Health Community Resources / Services on the One Health Commission website.
Courses and Summer Programs
July 12-16, 2021
This London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine short course addresses the need to understand multiple aspects of the intractable problem of antimicrobial resistance. It will enable attendees to develop interdisciplinary, multi-sectoral One Health responses and interventions to reduce the global threat of AMR. The course is aimed at those designing, implementing and evaluating strategies to address AMR. The course will have a specific focus on AMR in low- and middle-income countries. The fee is £1,250 and includes a certification of attendance. Reduced fees for applicants based in Low-and Middle-Income Countries are available. Applicants should have a good command of English, as all teaching will be in English. https://bit.ly/3uX0eLk 
July 19-21, 2021 Virtual Workshop
9:00 am to 12:30 pm Eastern each day
Hosted by George Mason University Biodefense Graduate Program, Schar School of Policy and Government, this three-day, non-credit workshop for professionals and academics, both domestic and international, will introduce participants to the challenges facing the world at the intersection of pandemic preparedness and response, public health, national security, and the life sciences. Designed for 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. Discussions to include:
  • how the biology and epidemiology of SARS-CoV-2 contributed to the emergence of the COVID-19 pandemic
  • lessons learned from Operation Warp Speed about the development of medical countermeasures
  • obstacles to hospital biopreparedness
  • challenges to science communication during a pandemic
  • the bioethics of resource allocation during a public health emergence 
  • the role of science and technology in preventing and responding to pandemic 
  • the future of global health security
  • the impact of COVID-19 on the proliferation of biological weapons to state and non-state actors.
Register here. (USD $400 till June 1, then $500). Discounts for groups of three or more from the same organization. Contact biodefense@gmu.edu to receive a promo code. Stay current with the latest news and events in biodefense and global health security by visiting the Pandora Report. https://bit.ly/33Fvd2F
October 12, 2021 Start
Free, Estimated 8 weeks, Self-paced.
Explore the connectedness of people, animals, and the environment through this unique approach to One Health that connects traditional ways of knowing with the natural and social sciences. Combine Western and Indigenous knowledge to form a holistic understanding of the future of life in the Circumpolar North. Hosted by the University of Alaska Fairbanks. https://www.edx.org/course/one-health 
Fellowships/ Residencies / Postdocs

Ithaca, NY with possible opportunity to work remotely. It is currently “no one’s job” to comprehensively manage the global public health risks associated with upstream human behaviors that intensify our interactions with wildlife and potential zoonotic pathogens — not WHO, OIE, FAO, or UNEP, not CITES or IPBES or CBD or INTERPOL, nor the G7 / G20. This Fellow will help review policy options, generate policy briefs and peer reviewed papers to inform decision-makers and work with public and private stakeholders to advance effective actions to truly prevent pandemics. More info: s.osofsky@cornell.edu
Graduate Studies/Scholarships

July 15, 2021 Application Deadline
This is a unique interdisciplinary degree that requires an understanding and integration of science, culture, history, communication, and more. There is no other degree like it in Alaska or the Circumpolar North. This program has been launched completely online. This has allowed partners across the Circumpolar North to more easily enroll in and complete the OHM. Plans to offer an in-person or hybrid version of the program are in process and will be implemented when it is safe to do so. https://bit.ly/35Ey8cU

One Health Goes Wild
Dr. Oreta Samples of Fort Valley State University, Ft. Valley, Ga is currently leading a study regarding zoonotic implications of disease transmission to hunters, taxidermists and game processors who handle native Georgia wildlife carcasses as part of a 5-year grant driven project to promote safety where such handling of wild carcasses may be routine. The study looks at white tail deer, raccoons and opossums as sentinels or potential carriers of ectoparasites that may transmit zoonotic diseases to those hunting, preserving or skinning carcasses as well as other zoonotic diseases. Current MPH students involved in Thesis Research benefit from collecting/analyzing/reporting on data from state regulated DNR-sponsored quota hunts and nuisance trapping operations throughout the year. For more information, contact Dr. Samples at sampleso@fvsu.edu
Journal Articles / Reports/ Publications

Applying a One Health Approach in Global Health and Medicine: Enhancing Involvement of Medical Schools and Global Health Centers, Machalaba C, Raufman J, Anyamba A, Berrian AM, Berthe FCJ, Gray GC, … Weiss, L. M. Annals of Global Health, 87(1), 30 (2021). http://doi.org/10.5334/aogh.2647

Ethical Dimensions of Public Health Actions & Policies with special focus on COVID-19, Saleh BM, Aly EM, Hafiz M, Abdelgawad R, Mataria W, Salama MM, Front. Public Health (2021)
Editorial / Commentary / Opinion

The Behavior of Consumers and Producers of Food of Animal Origin and Their Impacts in One Health, Nespolo NM Front. Vet. Sci., 14 June 2021 https://doi.org/10.3389/fvets.2021.641634

Grundahl M, Pandora Report, June 18, 2021
“The National Biodefense Science Board’s first recommendation is to use a One Health threat assessment for biosurveillance and situational awareness.  https://bit.ly/3w07wOk
  • Novel Canine Coronavirus Isolated from a Hospitalized Pneumonia Patient, East Malaysia
  • Duke One Health Team Researchers Investigate a Bronchoscopy Related Adenovirus Pseudo-Outbreak
  • Isolating Live SARS-CoV-2 Aerosols Continues to be a Challenge
  • Q&A: The Changing Paradigms of the genus Bartonella and how Dr. Breitschwerdt’s Work is Evidence of the Importance of the One Health Approach
April Newsletter

Peter J. Hotez, MD, PhD
 In Preventing the Next Pandemic, international vaccine scientist and tropical disease and coronavirus expert Peter J. Hotez, MD, PhD, argues that we can—and must—rely on vaccine diplomacy to address this new world order in disease and global health. Detailing his years in the lab developing new vaccines, Hotez also recounts his travels around the world to shape vaccine partnerships with people in countries both rich and poor in an attempt to head off major health problems. Building on the legacy of Dr. Albert Sabin, who developed the oral polio vaccine with Soviet scientists at the height of the Cold War, he explains how he is still working to refresh and redirect vaccine diplomacy toward neglected and newly emerging diseases. https://tinyurl.com/eyhm9pcp

UC Davis One Health Blog
All mountain gorillas live in fully protected national parks in Rwanda, Uganda and DR Congo, where the potential for spatial expansion is extremely limited due to dense human communities living nearby. Consequently, as gorilla population densities within the protected areas increase, their susceptibility to infectious diseases may also. https://tinyurl.com/2nmkvbej
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