Keep an eye out for upcoming events related to the Calvin Schwabe Project and the UC Davis One Health Institute.
9th Annual "Dog 'N Jog" - Spring 2016
UC Davis Global Health Day - San Francisco, April 8, 2016
University Consortium for Global Health (UCGH) conference - San Francisco, April 9-11, 2016
December 1, 2015, 12pm, Valley Hall - "Backyard Poultry and Avian Influenza", presented by Dr. Blatchford.
November 14, 2015, 10am-2pm, Valley Hall - Project Development Workshop, featuring Elyssa Lewis on "Basics of Project Development", Isaac Pessah on "Grant Writing: Tips and Tricks", Woutrina Smith on "Turning a Project into a Career, and David Bunn on "Making a Project Sustainable".
October 9, 2015, 12pm, Valley Hall - "New Opportunities for Veterinarians: The Antimicrobial Resistance Crisis", presented by Dr. Michael Blackwell.
August 29, 2015, SOH CE Symposium “One World, One Health: Transcending Science, Policy, and Action on the Human/Animal/Environmental Interface” garnered interest from 140 registrants including veterinarians, vet students and physicians. Dr. Natterson-Horowitz delivered an impassioned keynote calling for medical professionals across diverse disciplines to work together to solve complex issues. Speakers tackled a wide array of topics ranging from autism to the California drought to antibiotic resistance in food animals.
February 25, 12 pm, Valley Hall - "A One Health Approach to address lead pollution from hunting in Argentina wetlands," presented by Dr. Marcy Uhart.
March 9, 12 pm, Valley Hall - "Poultry production efficiency: Comparing Prop. 2 and other egg production systems with respect to sustainability," presented by Dr. Maurice Pitesky.
March 23, 12 pm, Valley Hall - "Dogs: (Hu)man's best friend in fighting cancer," presented by Dr. Michael Kent.
April 3, 12 pm, Valley Hall - Changing the world to save the cheetah," presented by Dr. Laurie Marker.
December 11, 12pm, 1041 Valley Hall - “Save the Frogs: Research on Chytridiomycosis in Belize.” This event is co-sponsored with the Avian and Exotic Medicine Club.
November 20, 12pm in Valley Hall 1010 - “Fish Need Healthy Streams: A Drought Perspective on Aquatic Conservation" presented by Dr. Peter Moyle. This event is part of the Sudents for One Health Lunchtime Seminar.
December 1, 12pm, 1010 Valley Hall "California rangeland and livestock in drought" presented by Drs. Kenneth Tate and Leslie Roche. This event is part of the Students for One Health Lunchtime Seminar Series.
November 5, 12pm, 1010 Valley Hall "Improving livestock reproduction, genetics, and health in the Republic of Georgia and Nepal: USAID Farmer to Farmer Projects" presented by Dr. Catalina Cabrera. This event is co-sponsored with the Farm Club.
October 30, 12pm in Valley Hall 1010 "Trends in California Oil Spills" presented by Dr. Steve Hampton. This event is part of the Sudents for One Health Lunchtime Seminar
September 11, 2014 at 12 p.m. "Ecosystem Health Impacts From Illegal Marijuana Cultivation in California" Dr. Deana Clifford is the veterinarian for nongame, threatened and endangered species at the California Department of Fish and Wildlife and an assistant clinical professor in the Department of Veterinary Medicine and Epidemiology at UC Davis. In this talk, Dr. Clifford will discuss how illegal marijuana farms in national forests are impacting local wildlife. She will also talk about her role as a veterinarian in a multidisciplinary effort to address the impacts of these illegal farms.
August 24, 2014 from 8:30am to 6pm "One Health Continuing Education Symposium" Students for One Health is proud to present UC Davis' first annual One Health CE Symposium. Highlighting the wide clinical and research applications of One Health, the event will feature talks on infectious disease, comparative medicine, international outreach, and more.
May 13, 2014 at 12 p.m. "Cattle & Wildlife: Interactions in rural Kenya" Dr. Truman Young. Located in Gladys Valley Hall at UC Davis. Sign up for updates on Students for One Health seminars.
April 26, 2014 at 8-5 p.m. "2014 UC Global Health Day at UC Davis" This event is an opportunity for UC students, fellows, faculty, staff and visiting scholars to share their current work in global health. It features plenary sessions, posters and concurrent breakout sessions covering a broad range of global health topics.
April 15, 2014 at 12 p.m. "Chickens & Eggs: The low-hanging fruit of development" Dr. David Bunn. Located in Gladys Valley Hall at UC Davis. Sign up for updates on Students for One Health seminars.
Click through the slideshow below to see the speakers we've hosted throughout the years.