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Our Mission

The Paul G. Allen School for Global Animal Health advances science, people, and policy to discover novel approaches for disease intervention and delivery of preventive health care for animals and humans.

About the Allen School

Dr. Doug Call and a graduate student at the Allen School.

Training Programs

Our interdisciplinary efforts focus on supporting cross-departmental research programs that enhance graduate studies and produce the next generation of leaders in animal and human health.

Graduate Training Programs

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Rabies Free Africa

Rabies is 100 percent fatal to humans once contracted. The Allen School works with international partners to eliminate rabies as a cause of human suffering and death. Get involved now.

Rabies Free Africa

Welcome to the Paul G. Allen School for Global Animal Health. As part of the Washington State University College of Veterinary Medicine, the Allen School works to provide innovative solutions to global infectious disease challenges through research, training, global outreach, and application of disease control and disease surveillance at the human-animal interface. Our work in animal health ultimately improves the health and socioeconomic status of people around the world.

Allen School News

Amazon Catalyst grants awarded to 10 WSU innovators WSU Insider - June 4, 2018
Mission Rabies- Saving Lives One Vaccine at a Time: Podcast Dr. Courtney Show (MP3) - June 1, 2018
Water is Life Alaska Beyond - May 17, 2018
Erasing Rabies One Vaccination at a Time Merck Animal Health - May 3, 2018
Goldwater Scholarship awarded to Zachary Howard WSU Insider - April 18, 2018
WSU, Veterinary Clinics Working to End Rabies WSU Insider - April 5, 2018
Washington State Cougars of the Desert fund scholarships Desert Sun - March 17, 2018
These are the star qualities that landed us our jobs Daily Nation - March 9, 2018
American Association of Veterinary Laboratory Diagnosticians American Veterinary Medical Association - February 28, 2018

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