- One Health related summer programs: https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1F_VDr0hdm1cxvzIPkV4bl_IJqvbsLV-XNJQnsw6bH5s/edit#gid=338802406
- One Health undergraduate programs: https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1T4-8etcN4NKFrixsleu9_31PGOH1x8x-mFgvzC0jego/edit#gid=1341346569
- A non-comprehensive guide of One Health Opportunities targeted towards professionals and undergraduate, graduate, and post doctoral students.
|$10,000 Healthroots Grand prize to a student team that has a low-cost, high impact, scalable global health solution. Registration open from January 23 - February 7, 2018. All finalist teams will receive development opportunities and mentorship.|
|WHO's Internship Programme offers a wide range of opportunities for students to gain insight in the technical and administrative programmes of WHO. The duration of WHO internships is between six to twenty four weeks.|
|The Junior Professional Officer (JPO) Programme provides young professionals at an early stage in their career with practical experience in multi-lateral technical co-operation. JPOs are sponsored by their respective governments: Austria, Belgium, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Italy, Japan, Korea, Luxembourg, The Netherlands, Norway, Spain, Sweden and Switzerland.In WHO, JPOs serve at country offices, regional offices and at headquarters. Under the supervision of a senior staff member, JPOs work with international and national staff and are involved in the identification, design, implementation, monitoring and evaluation of WHO programmes|
|Educational (could establish a curriculum for younger students in middle or high school)
Educate youth on transmission and prevention of diseases that spread between animals and humans (zoonotic diseases)
|Texas A&M's program offers students the opportunity to work through the One Health model by rotating between human, animal, and public health in Ometepe, Nicaragua. It aims to provide sustainable solutions to community problems. The University of Washington has a program that connects it's medical and veterinarian school to focus heavily on zoobiquity.|
|Knights Landing is an economically underserved community with a large migrant worker population from March through August. This community has many domesticated animals, including dogs, cats, and chickens. The goal of the project is to improve animal health in the community, because this impacts human health and well-being. Not only is the possibility of zoonotic disease transmission reduced, but healthy animals are less of an economic and emotional burden, and could even improve the livelihood of their owners.|
|Graduate student/ pre-doctoral student work*|
|Research and training addressing the nutrition problems of low-income countries, and ethnic minorities and disadvantaged groups in the United States via primarily the Organized Research Unit (ORU) . The program also manages the International and Community Nutrition minor for doctoral students, provides technical assistance with food and nutrition policies to national governments and international agencies, and fosters collaboration between UC Davis students, faculty, and abroad research and training institutions.|
|Research Fellowship: Berkeley graduate students only. Meant to provide experiential learning in low- to middle- income countries to study global public health. Reporting Internship: Berkeley graduate students only. An opportunity to use journalism to investigate in a health disparity issue in a low- to middle- income country.
|Bring sustainable, interdisciplinary healthcare and economic development to the people and animals of Sabana Grande, Nicaragua. Create a model for sustainable health practices that will be applicable worldwide. Provide an educational and cultural experience for UC Davis students, in turn fostering global health leaders of the future.|
|Riverside students only. This collaboration will serve two critical purposes: 1) to involve RCC students in research occurring at UCR, and 2) to motivate and facilitate RCC student transfer to UCR. The Building Bridges Across Riverside Through Water Quality Research project provides RCC students an experiential learning opportunity in cutting-edge water quality research.
|The mission of the Center for Disease and Vector Research is to develop and implement technologies that will alleviate the medical and economic burden exacted by infectious diseases and vector-borne diseases in human and plants. The Center achieves this through cross-disciplinary research by combining expertise in molecular biology, nanotechnology, gene silencing and the genomics-based sciences with expertise in insect pest control.
|CSSD conducts and disseminates research on issues of suburban growth and the impact of this growth on social, environmental, and transport systems|
Environmental Internship Program
|The Environmental Internship Program offers students opportunities to work with government agencies, private firms, and nonprofit organizations involved in environmental affairs. Although most internships are part-time (12-15 hours per week) positions in the Riverside area, organizations that host student interns are located throughout the United States and in Washington, D.C.|
|Graduate level and higher students only except for the agriculture opportunity. Purpose is to help students gain resume experience to get jobs. Students can work in 1) Conservation, Policy, and Natural Resources 2) Agriculture and Natural Resources 3) Climate change and Health equity and 4) RX One Health 2018|
|February 14-16, 2011 Melbourne, Australia. 1st International One Health Congress Meeting. Bring experts together to broaden the One Health agenda and incorporate a global perspective on issues.|
|June 26-28,2017 Targu-Mures, Romania|
|October 22-26, 2017 Montego Bay, Jamaica. Goal to exchange knowledge and data and encourage networking between disciplines and professionals.|
|December 14-15, 2017 Bangkok, Thailand. Goal is to integrate expertise to improve the quality of human health, animals, and the planet.|
|January 10-12, 2018 Khon Kaen, Thailand. "Overall goal is to enhance epidemiological services in the developing world by making them more representative of and responsive to the needs of the beneficiaries."|
|January 30 - February 2, 2018 Orlando, Florida. ~400 professionals team worldwide to learn most recent methods, practices, frameworks, and innovations in the disease field.|
|May 29-31, 2018 Edinburgh, Scotland (2nd Annual) Bring communities around the world focusing on how the environmental changes have caused health impacts in communities and what solutions are available on how to respond.|
|June 22-25, 2018 Saskatoon, Canada. The floor is given to international professionals to showcase public health and one health advancements. Broken into three categories 1) One Health Science 2) Antimicrobial Agents and Resistance and 3)Science Policy Interface|
|September 5-8, 2018 Bucharest, Romania. Hosted by the Federation of European Academies of Medicine. Professionals meet and discuss: environmental medicine, antimicrobial resistance, comparative medicine, food safety and nutrition medicine, comparative oncology, and zoonoses.|
|September 10-11, 2018 University of Bologna, Viale Guiseppe, Italy. Plan to explore mobility in topics|
|September 18-19,2018 Bonn, Germany. "Need for stronger collaboration between various disciplines to inspire solutions that may protect human and animal health as well as food and environmental safety."|