Washington University at St Louis, Missouri

Students played a part in the region's first One Health Conference by presenting posters at the Inaugural One Health Conference at the Saint Louis Zoo!

Two superb panels of experts discussed infectious disease & cancer translational research and the ecological context of One Health, in addition to a keynote address by Barbara Natterson-Horowitz, MD, author of the New York Times bestseller "Zoobiquity: The Astonishing Connection Between Human and Animal Health." Students working on environmental health, comparative medicine, zoonotic disease, translational medicine, natural resource management, and conservation were strongly encouraged to present a poster. Monetary prizes were awarded for the top two posters!

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Team Members

Contact Team Leader Dean Odegard at dtodegard@wustl.edu for more info.

Allison Siu

Allison Siu, MPH

Animal Health

DVM Candidate, College of Veterinary Medicine Auburn University

 

Kelsey Haddad, BS, MS

Kelsey Haddad, BS, MS

Environment/Energy

PhD Candidate, Energy, Environmental, and Chemical Engineering Washington University, St. Louis, Missouri

 

 
Dean Odegard, BS, MS

Dean Odegard, BS, MS

Human Health

MD Candidate, School of Medicine Washington University, St. Louis, Missouri

 

Michael Schacher

Michael Schacher

Informatics

PhD Candidate, Missouri Informatics Institute DVM Candidate, College of Veterinary Medicine University of Missouri

 

 
 

 

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