• Employment Opportunities

    January 26, 2023, 09:47 AM by User Not Found

    Research Associate Positions Open: The candidate would work with faculty, scientists, postdoctoral professionals, graduate and undergraduate students, and international collaborators in conducting infectious disease research and training. Much of the work is applied in nature.

  • Your kid is (probably) not going to get monkeypox

    August 26, 2022, 09:24 AM by User Not Found

    August 13, 2022 - The Slate news website interviewed Dr. Susan McLellan, an infectious disease specialist at the University of Texas Medical Branch at Galveston.

  • Dog with monkeypox sparks questions about human-to-animal transmission

    August 26, 2022, 09:12 AM by User Not Found

    Newsweek, August 19, 2022 - Dr. Gary Kobinger, director of the Galveston National Laboratory at the University of Texas Medical Branch, told Newsweek, "It is expected that current vaccination regiments that show protection in other animal species, and/or humans, will also work in dogs. This could be one prevention measure to confirm (in dogs) and use."

  • Ghana declares first-ever outbreak of Marburg virus disease

    July 20, 2022, 15:32 PM by World Health Organization

    Accra/Brazzaville - Ghana has announced the country’s first outbreak of Marburg virus disease, after a World Health Organization (WHO) Collaborating Centre laboratory confirmed earlier results.

  • Infectious Diseases & Immunity Colloquium

    May 31, 2022, 08:23 AM by User Not Found

    The Center for Tropical Diseases (CTD) presents: “The Fasciola hepatica Research Program in Peru: Building a One-Health Model for Control”

  • © Kin Cheung/APHong Kong officials investigate a pet shop on Jan. 18 that was closed after a worker's coronavirus infection was linked to several of its hamsters that tested positive. (Kin Cheung/AP)

    Tracking coronavirus in animals takes on new urgency

    May 23, 2022, 08:07 AM by By Ariana Eunjung Cha

    By Ariana Eunjung Cha - Washington Post Researchers Sarah Hamer and Lisa Auckland donned their masks and gowns as they pulled up to the suburban home in College Station, Tex. The family of three inside had had covid a few weeks earlier, and now it was time to check on the pets. Oreo the rabbit was his usual chill self, and Duke the golden retriever was a model patient, lying on his back as Hamer and Auckland swabbed their throats and took blood samples. But Ellie, a Jack Russell terrier, wiggled and barked in protest. “She was not exactly happy with us,” Auckland recalled. “But we’re trying to understand how transmission works within a household, so we needed samples from everyone.”

  • Integrating “One Health” into Health Professions Training

    May 10, 2022, 11:11 AM by OED

    This workshop will explore the background, rationale, and competency framework for One Health training, examining the benefits and lessons learned from five years of experience running both virtual and field-based courses.

  • One Health SPIG

    April 22, 2022, 15:22 PM by User Not Found

    Meeting theme: “150 Years of Creating the Healthiest Nation: Leading the Path Toward Equity” Submission Deadline: April 30, 2022

  • Dr. Gregory D. Bossart Memorial One Health Scholarship

    April 19, 2022, 08:56 AM by User Not Found

    Funded by Georgia Aquarium, Administered by the One Health Commission Launched September 17, 2021 April 14, 2022 Call for Applications 2022 Application Deadline July 1, 2022, 11:59 pm EDT

  • Street Medicine Project

    April 19, 2022, 08:47 AM by User Not Found

    Congratulations to Vanesa Ochoa, Caitlin Aguirre, and Ashton Davis on being selected to be Fellows in the 2022-23 class of the Albert Schweitzer Fellowship Houston Galveston for their Street Medicine project.

  • West African Center for Emerging and Infectious Disease

    March 9, 2022, 08:00 AM by User Not Found

    The West African Center for Emerging and Infectious Disease (WAC-EID) invites you to to an in-person and virtual capacity development training on emerging infectious diseases.

  • Are Deer In COVID's Crosshairs?

    February 1, 2022, 12:25 PM by Paul Schattenberg

    A new Texas A&M study indicates captive Texas deer can contract and likely transmit SARS-CoV-2 to each other.

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