One Health is the collaborative effort of multiple disciplines working locally, nationally, and globally to attain sustainable optimal health for the ecosystem*. It is a cultural and behavioral concept with socioeconomic elements and impact.
*a biological community of living organisms (humans, animals, plants, and microbes) and their physical environment interacting as a system
One Health educational and student research opportunities are available across the Texas A&M campus. Check out our partner programs below.
This program will accept 16 trainees (graduate students, postdocs, and early-career faculty) who will participate in 9 months of training to receive a Certificate in Scientific Business Development and Management. This program is sponsored by the Department of Homeland Security Research & Development. The pathogens that this program focuses on are of high agricultural and economic importance to both national and global economies. For more information, visit http://vetmed.tamu.edu/benchtoshop.
This program invites undergraduate students, graduate students, and postdoctoral fellows to participate in research at Texas A&M University and offers a wide variety of One Health-related research projects.
Two complementary programs have been established to help Aggies create their own leadership and research opportunities, regardless of vocational goal, discipline of study, or level of experience. These are:
Team Leaders and Faculty Mentors have created more than 400 undergraduate research opportunities since Spring 2016. For a list of current opportunities, visit http://aggieresearch.tamu.edu.