Authored by: Mackenzie Klema, Yasmin Abdalla, Lisa Boden This week the One Health FIELD Network launched their new website. But what is the One Health FIELD Network and what makes its approach so different? The One Health FIELD Network (OHFN) is a unique cross-boundary, multi-disciplinary team attempting to tackle One Health issues in fragile and […]
Una Europa is an alliance of 8 leading research universities across Europe, with the aim of promoting inter-university learning and collaboration. This One Health Day (November 3rd) Edinburgh University and the Una Europa Alliance, organised a session of seminars followed by discussions around the Lessons learned from Covid-19. You can watch the recording of the […]
The COVID-19 pandemic which first appeared in China in January 2020, has adversely affected the lives of people all over the world. The pandemic has changed the way we live. While the pandemic is going on, we are learning new ways to survive. New challenges have emerged and different societies are evolving differently in terms […]
This blog post was written by Emma Nance, one of our first year PhD students in One Health Models of Disease. Find out more about the PhD programme here: Wellcome Trust PhD programmes One Health Models of Disease My white lab coat is buttoned from chin to mid-shin, I have snapped my blue latex […]
Professor Ross Fitzgerald is one of the many researchers at University of Edinburgh working in One Health. In this video we speak with Ross about his research background, what research he is presenting at the World One Health Congress 2020 and why a One Health approach is so important.
In this personal blog CTLGH Director Appolinaire Djikeng talks about why he believes that improving the genetics of livestock can help provide a pathway out of poverty for millions of families in low- and middle- income countries, and why the Centre’s work is very personal to him. My name is Appolinaire Djikeng and I […]
Throughout this years World One Health Congress, collaboration has come up again and again as being absolutely pivotal to a One Health approach. With that in mind, I wanted to take some time today to highlight one of the key partners of the University of Edinburgh in their One Health work: the Moredun Research Institute. […]
Throughout this years World One Health Congress, collaboration has come up again and again as being absolutely pivotal to a One Health approach. With that in mind, I wanted to take some time today to highlight on of the key partners of the University of Edinburgh in their One Health work: Epic. Epic is the […]
Professor Dominic Moran is a professor of agriculture and resource economics, working in antimicrobial resistance. Here we discuss with him his work, how it relates to One Health and what his advice would be to young researchers.
Authour Yasmin Abdalla Attending the 2020 World One Health Congress virtually has been an exciting opportunity to meet researchers, students and stakeholders in One Health. The virtual congress has presenters and attendants from all over the world and gives an opportunity to learn a huge amount about various One Health issues. Sessions have focussed on […]