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Global Health Program Newsletter Winter 2013

  • Second International Congress on Pathogens at the Human Animal Interface ICOPHAI-2013  in Brazil
  • Ohio State’s China Gateway Shared Experiences to CVM Global Health Strategic Leadership Team 
  • Global Engagements Policy for OSU CVM Students and faculty
  •  Ohio State Health Science and Global Strategist Team Visited Partner Institutes in Ethiopia
  • Global Health related Funding Opportunities

Grad leads veterinary mission in Ethiopia

Ohio State alumni, U.S. Army Captain Heather Stone, 448th Civil Affairs battalion (448 CA BN) Functional Specialty Team veterinarian and Ohio State alumni spent a week in Hirna, Ethiopia, the site of a Veterinary Civic Action Program (VETCAP).

Global Health Program Newsletter Autumn 2012

  • Ohio State Health Science Deans Visited Partner Institutes in Ethiopia
  • CVM led “One Health” Summer Institute in Eastern Africa
  • CVM hosting three Brazilian Visiting Scholars under the Science without Borders (SWB) Program
  • CVM Professional Students Completed Summer 2012 Global Service Learning Projects
  • VPM inducted new adjunct faculty members of Global Consortium
  • CVM Global Health Program Activities Highlighted in CVM Open House 2012
  • Funding News
    • WHO AGISAR and OSU-CVM partnership
    • US State Department funding
  • Funding and other Opportunities in Global Health

CVM Global Health Program organized a "One Health" Leadership Workshop in Arusha, Tanzania

The “One Health” leadership workshop was organized in Arusha, Tanzania (July 5-7, 2012) in conjunction with the annual retreat of the NIH Fogarty research and training program. This workshop was designed to provide knowledge in global leadership systems and communication skills using an established “One Health” competencies model. The workshop targeted professionals in relevant health and agricultural fields in academia and government institutes in Eastern Africa.

Ohio State Health Deans and other Officials Visit Partner Institutes in Ethiopia

Group PhotoRepresentatives from the Health Science Colleges at The Ohio State University and The Ohio State Global Strategies and International Affairs office (OIA) visited partner institutes in Ethiopia from July 8th to July 12th, 2012.

Global Health Program Newsletter Autumn 2011

  • Ohio State with its international partners launched the "1st International Congress on Pathogens at the Human-Animal Interface (ICOPHAI)".
  • Ohio State Officials met with President of Ethiopia
  • VPM International Programs hosted USDA Borlaug Fellows from Bulgaria and Mexico
  • Annual Retreat of the NIH Fogarty International Program
  • Ohio State students completed Summer Global Service Learning Projects
  • Global Veterinary Medicine and Public Health- Elective Course (VPM 693)
  • Funding Opportunities in Global Health
    • National Inst

Global Health Program Newsletter Spring 2011

  • Ohio State leads the first International Congress on Pathogens at the Human-Animal Interface (ICOPHAI): Impact, Limitations and Needs
  • Thank you- Global Health Seminar series speakers
  • Welcome "One Health" Eastern Africa Scholars to Ohio State
  • Collaborating with the Global Veterinary Public Health Network (SAPUVETNET)
  • Ohio State students to embark on summer Global Service Learning projects Ohio State and UMN Farm-to-Table Study Program in Costa Rica
  • MOU signed between Ohio State and UNICEN, Argentina
  • Xinjiang Agricultural University of Chin

Global Health Program Newsletter Winter 2011

  • Veterinary Preventive Medicine hosting Cochran Fellows from Armenia and Georgia
  • BETHA Service learning Opportunity in Eastern Africa
  • "One Health" Eastern Africa Scholars to arrive at Ohio State
  • CVM partners with WHO in Global Food Infection Network (GFN)
  • Global Food Systems: Experiential Learning in Action, the Uruguayan Example
  • ILRI Biosciences eastern and central Africa (BecA) Hub Officially inaugurated
  • "Opportunities in Global Vet Med and Public Health (VPM 693)" VPM693- updates
  • Funding Opportunities in global health
    • CDC