10 Years: WSU’s Global Animal Health pursues ‘One World. One Health.’
When people have adequate sanitation and clean water, and the animals they raise for food are free from disease, those people not only are healthier, but they have improved opportunities in life through higher income, better education and overall well-being. That is One Health.
Researchers named to Washington State Academy of Sciences
Four Washington State University faculty have been elected to the Washington State Academy of Sciences and two others were chosen to serve on the academy’s leadership board in 2018.
Models to support policy to improve rabies prevention and guide elimination
Recent in-country prioritization exercises have highlighted that rabies is a priority for countries like Kenya. By modelling the different tools that can be applied, we hope to support governments and international agencies and demonstrate how human deaths from dog-mediated rabies can be eliminated.
Why AFYA Is Focusing On Eradicating Rabies In Dogs In Rural Communities
When it comes to health much of the focus on the continent is on humans. But one organization is focusing on animals in an effort to eradicate rabies. AFYA goes out to rural communities to vaccinate dogs.
Dignity and Eliminating Diseases
Paul G. Allen School for Global Animal Health's Thumbi Mwangi talks about Dignity and Eliminating Diseases
Development as Dignity
Amazon Catalyst grants awarded to 10 WSU innovators
Paul G. Allen School for Global Animal Health's Mark Caudell was awarded the Amazon Catalyst grant for creating and deploying smart-thermometers among the pastoral Maasai in Tanzania.
Mission Rabies- Saving Lives One Vaccine at a Time: Podcast
Ending Rabies in Africa and Worldwide on The Dr. Courtney Show on Pet Life Radio!
Dr. Courtney Show (MP3)
Water is Life
Water is life. But two billion people have no access to clean water, resulting in over 1.5 million child deaths per year.
Erasing Rabies One Vaccination at a Time
Rabies is a deadly disease that can affect domestic animals, wild animals, and humans. It is caused by a virus and is mostly transmitted through the bite or scratch of an infected animal.
Merck Animal Health
Goldwater Scholarship awarded to Zachary Howard
Zachary Howard, a Washington State University genetics and cell biology major, has received a $7,500 distinguished scholarship from the Barry M. Goldwater Scholarship and Excellence in Education Foundation.