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GOHi core leadership team including Emia Oppenheim, PhD, operations director, Getnet Yimer, MD, PhD, regional director for eastern Africa, and Wondwossen Gebreyes, DVM, PhD, executive director, participated in the Gates Foundation Grand Challenges Summit.

GOHi’s lead partner in Brazil, the Federal University of Paraíba (UFPB) is one of the winners of the Program on Internationalization (PrInt) funded through the Brazilian Higher Education Council (CAPES).

The One Health Day Symposium brings together multiple disciplines working locally, nationally and internationally to address the spread of disease, promote health and emphasize the connection among humans, animals and the environment.

Joyce Turk’s career spanned thirty-five years as Foreign Service Officer and Civil Service employee with focused experience in agricultural and livestock program management after serving as a livestock advisor in the U.S. Peace Corps-Philippine Islands.

The organizing committee is now accepting abstracts for the 2018 One Health Day Symposium to be held at The Ohio State University, Columbus, Ohio, November 1 – 2 at the Drake Performance and Event Center.

Global One Health initiative conducted a rabies vaccination training this summer through the One Health Summer Institute that took place at the Gondar University College of Veterinary Medicine August 6 – 10.

Tom Shryock, PhD is the chief scientific officer at Antimicrobial Consultants, LLC, which he founded in April 2015 after retiring as a senior research advisor in March 2015 with Elanco Animal Health, a division of Eli Lilly & Co.

The Federal University of Paraíba (UFPB) in Brazil started to utilize the Illumina sequencer, MiSeq System, a fast and cost-effective sequencing by synthesis technology, at the Laboratory of Evaluation of Products of Animal Origin (LAPOA).

A team of Ohio State researchers developed and tested a vaccine that employs a unique two-pronged approach to fighting the Zika virus, which is spread by mosquitos and is a severe health risk for pregnant women and their fetuses.

The Global One Health initiative (GOHi) has been building capacity in Ethiopia by training clinicians to recognize, reduce and combat antimicrobial resistance (AMR) – a serious healthcare threat globally.