The emerging field of One Health builds from the knowledge that human health is deeply interconnected with environmental health and animal health. Federal funding agencies are increasingly looking to a One Health approach to solve complex health challenges, and the One Health Symposium, organized by UArizona Health Sciences, promoted collaboration across disciplines to propel our leadership in One Health research.
The recent US/Mexico Binational Health Leadership Summit on October 13-14 successfully brought together leadership from the University of Arizona, the Zuckerman College of Public Health, and several Mexican government agencies to coordinate and advance collaboration among many health-related programs, all towards the goal of improving public health services in both countries and along the US/Mexico border.
The emerging field of One Health builds from the knowledge that human health is deeply interconnected with environmental health and animal health, and uses this research perspective to solve complex health problems both locally and globally.
The AZ HEROES research study that initially focused on COVID-19 immunity and vaccine effectiveness in frontline workers will expand to include children.
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