Control of Disease Transmission
Strengthening partnerships with experts worldwide
The Paul G. Allen School for Global Animal Health’s international network will put life-saving discoveries into action across every continent, targeting major infectious diseases of animals that directly affect human health and economic development.
Leveraging diagnostic resources
The School will leverage the strengths of the University’s existing Washington Animal Disease Diagnostic Laboratory (WADDL), a key part of a network of tax-supported state diagnostic reference facilities throughout the U.S. dedicated to the betterment of animal and human health.
Benefits felt at home
The School’s far-reaching infectious disease programs will complement those in the Puget Sound region. They will enhance the leadership of the State of Washington in global health by providing innovative strategies for treatment or eradication of diseases in animals and the environment.