Global Initiatives

Collage of imagery from various Allen School global initiatives.

Global Initiatives of the Allen School

One of the unique aspects of the Allen School is its ability to extend its research work and apply its findings across the world. Our team members travel across the world to work with local communities and assist them with a variety of animal health related challenges. Our team is most known for its work in rabies elimination, antimicrobial resistance, and global disease surveillance.

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Rabies Elimination

The Allen School is working with international partners to eliminate rabies as a cause of human suffering and death as part of the World Health Organization’s Zero by 2030 initiative. Combining game changing vaccine research with community-based programs and working with local governments, WSU leads in development and long-term deployment of the strategies needed to eliminate rabies.
Rabies Elimination Initiatives
Eliminate Rabies Program
Epidemiological Research
Socio-economic Research

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Antimicrobial Resistance

The central focus of antimicrobial resistance research at the Allen School considers the environmental selection and transmission of antibiotic-resistant enteric bacteria. This encompasses the fate of bacteria in the environment, but also the activity of antibiotic residues and their impact on resistant bacteria in the environment.
Antimicrobial Resistance Initiatives
Antimicrobial Resistance Research

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Disease Surveillance

The Paul G. Allen School for Global Animal Health is involved in a variety of national and international disease surveillance programs. By focusing on processes involved in human-animal interactions that lead to the spread of disease researchers can look for intervention and prevention opportunities. Additionally, team members study the ways in which communities are effected by the results. Allen School faculty members work at the WADDL facilities in Washington State and various locations across Africa.
Disease Surveillance Initiatives
Epidemiological Research