Global One Health:

Committed to making the world safe and secure by applying the collaborative principals
of “one health”—the synergy of animal, human, and environmental sciences—
to foster health and security across the globe.

Around the World with Global One Health (May 2023)

This month, Dr. Gerry Parker is going to tell us about his recent experiences while traveling such as at the Pathogens Project Conference hosted by the Bulletin of the Atomic Scientist in Geneva. Come ready to engage in the conversation and create a dialog!

Monday 8 May 2023 (exception on date due to Dr. Parker’s travel) @ 12:00 noon US Central Time

(Dessert will be served at the in-person event.)

Attend in person in VIDI 102 (College Station) or via Zoom

Register here! (If you are unable to join the event live or wish to share it with others, a recording will be available following the event.)

Around the World with Global One Health (April 2023)

Join Dr. Gerry Parker, Associate Dean for Global One Health, as he discusses the current state of health and biosecurity in a global context. Please come with questions, comments, and thoughts to share so that this is a conversation!

Monday, April 3, 2023 (first Monday of the month) @ 12:00 noon Central US Time

The recording of this event is now available: Click here to watch.

Inaugural Event: Around the World with Global One Health

Monday, March 6, 2023

12:00 noon Central US Time

Watch the recording of this event!

Chagas Disease in the US – Let’s End the Neglect!

Norman Beatty, MD | Assistant Professor of Medicine | University of Florida College of Medicine

A seminar hosted by Veterinary Integrative Biosciences…learn about kissing bugs on Valentine’s Day!

Tuesday, February 14, 2023 at 4 p.m.
In-person: VIDI 113 (drinks & snacks served)
Meeting ID: 948 1835 2639

Dr. Gerald W. Parker, Associate Dean for Global One Health, to speak at the Scowcroft Institute for International Affairs

The Hunt for COVID-19 Origins Reignites Debate About Risky Research

Wednesday, February 8, 2023, 5:30 P.M. (in person only)

For more details & to register for the event:

Global One Health invites you to our Open House!

Please stop by our open house:

Thursday, February 2, 2023, 11:30 A.M. – 1:30 P.M.

Check out the details & RSVP here: (RSVP is helpful but not required.)

Check out this short, thoughtful article in the 10 August 2022 edition of Cell.

Monkeypox emergency: Urgent questions and perspectives

It features multiple scientists, including Texas A&M’s own Zhilong Yang, discussing important aspects of monkeypox & the current outbreak that we need to take into consideration and address.

Monday, September 19, 2022 @ 5:30 PM: Monkeypox Panel Discussion

Hosted by the Scowcroft Institute of International Affairs, George Bush School of Government & Public Service

Attend in person in the Hagler Auditorium at Texas A&M’s Annenberg Presidential Conference Center (map) or online. Register here. Check out the impressive list of speakers (below the event & registration details)!

Wednesday, September 7, 2022 @ 5:15 PM

SOHA (The Student One Health Association) Informational Meeting!

Vet School, VENI 106A (660 Raymond Stotzer Pkwy)

(Bus #3 or parking in lot 24 is FREE after 5 PM with ANY VALID Texas A&M parking pass!)

**A Zoom option is also available!**

Click here for the full invitation & Zoom info!

Click here for COVID-19 Resources

Creating interdisciplinary learning opportunities is essential to educating the next generation of scientists, public servants, and thought leaders. Seminar series, outbreak simulation exercises, and multidisciplinary courses are some of the ways we engage future champions of global one health.

Dr. Parker providing testimony on pandemic preparedness policy

Dr. Gerald Parker, Associate Dean of Global One Health at Texas A&M, participating in a panel discussion (left)

Dr. Peter Hotez and Baylor Medicine panel at TAMU CVM

Group photo of Dr. Corrie Brown and Global One Health students giving the Aggie gig 'em hand sign
Dr. Corrie Brown, UGA School of Veterinary Medicine & Biomedical Sciences, with Texas A&M students

Dr. Peter Hotez giving a guest lecture on neotropical medicine (right)


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