Making the world safe and secure from emerging infectious and neglected tropical diseases by applying One Health – the synergy of animal, human, and environmental sciences – to global health and security.
The One Health Grand Challenge is truly an opportunity for all Texas A&M schools and colleges to plan and implement an inter/transdisciplinary collaborative approach to helping improve the lives of all species - Human and Animal Health - by addressing health and their connections between natural & man-made environments. One Health, the collaborative effort across multiple disciplines working locally, nationally, and globally to attain sustainable optimal health for the ecosystem, which is a biological community of living organisms and their physical environment interacting as a system, is a cultural and behavioral concept with socioeconomic elements and impact. The One Health Grand Challenge focused on identifying approximately four major One Health research themes and implementing a plan for bringing together faculty from across Texas A&M to form collaborative inter/transdisciplinary teams to propose research initiatives under the major themes.
Chagas disease in humans, animals, and insect vectors across a transactional gradient
Development of next-generation biologics through microphysiological systems
Optimizing one's health: Genetic and environmental regulation of metabolic health
Transformative Impacts on One Health Using Electron Beam as a Platform Technology