We work to build capacity in laboratories all over the world and we provide timely, accurate diagnostic services to assess health and the impact of disease on marine wildlife and to identify the role of various pathogens in contributing to wildlife losses.
Building global surveillance to detect and prevent spillover of pathogens of pandemic potential that can move between wildlife and people.
The Wildlife Health Center is a multidisciplinary unit that focuses on the health of free-ranging and captive terrestrial and aquatic wild animals. It is the organization under which faculty, staff, students, and other partners come together to address the complex issues surrounding conservation and health in a changing world.
This collaborative US-Tanzania research and capacity-building program assesses the effects of zoonotic disease and water management on health and livelihoods in the Ruaha ecosystem of Tanzania.
Working with all ten UC Campuses to assess and respond to global health problems arising at the human-water-animal-food interface and to design, implement, and evaluate practical, cost-effective, and sustainable solutions that focus on the foundations of health in collaboration with local partners.