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Global Health Fellowship Students Blog from Egypt. WelcomeLouis M. Weiss, M.D., M.P.H., Co-director of Albert Einstein College of Medicine’s Global Health Center. One Health for the 21st CenturyWilliam B. Karesh, D.V.M, Executive Vice President for Health and Policy of EcoHealth Alliance. The One Health Opportunity to Save Our Planet and OurselvesKeith Martin, M.D., P.C., Executive Director of the Consortium of Universities. Reducing Socioeconomic ConsequencesOlga Jonas, M.A., M.P.A., Senior Fellow of the Harvard Global Health Institute. Climate Risk and Emerging Infectious Diseases—One Health ApproachChadia Wannous, Ph.D., Coordinator and Senior Advisor of the Towards a Safer World Network. Case Studies for Applying One Health Approaches (3 of 6). Sentinel Detection of Human Health ThreatsJonna A. Mazet, D.V.M., M.P.V.M., PH.D, Principle Investigator with USAID Emerging Pandemic Threats PREDICT-2. Many Hosts of Mycobacteria — A One Health Approach to Mycobacterial DiseasesMichelle L. Larsen, Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Microbiology and Immunology at Albert Einstein College of Medicine. Competencies in One HealthJonna A. Mazet, D.V.M., M.P.V.M., PH.D., the Executive Director of the UC Davis One Health Institute. Event Reporting: Power of Data in Medicine Through a One Health LensLawrence C. Madoff, M.D. of ProMED. Day 2 Technology in One Health (5 of 6). Continuing Remarks From YesterdayLouis M. Weiss, M.D., M.P.H., Co-director of Einstein’s Global Health Center 2018. Gombe Project Premonition: Using Robotic Traps, Metagenomics and Artificial Intelligence to Detect Pathogens and Monitor Ecosystem Health in Gombe National Park, TanzaniaLilian Pintea, PH.D., Vice President of Conservation Science at the Jane Goodall Institute. Reports From Academic and Curriculum Setting Institutions Regarding Their One Health Efforts Part IAmanda Berrian, D.V.M., M.P.H., PH.D., Associate Director of the Veterinary Public Health Program at Ohio State University. Reports From Academic and Curriculum Setting Institutions Regarding Their One Health Efforts Part IIGregory Gray, M.D., M.P.H., F.I.D.S.A., Professor of Medicine, Global Health and Environmental Health at the Duke Global Health Institute. Reports From Academic and Curriculum Setting Institutions Regarding Their One Health Efforts Part IIIRafael Ruiz de Castaneda, PH.D., Director of the Precision One Health Unit of the University of Geneva’s Institute of Global Health. Synthesizing Needs and Opportunities: Direction-SettingJill Raufman, M.P.H., M.S., Director of Medical Student Global Health Programs at Albert Einstein College of Medicine. The Einstein Library is a great resource for global health information check it out!
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Global-World HIV AIDS Alliance (GHAA): Charting Healthy Pathways for Vulnerable Populations. Emerging from GHAA is the Charting Healthy Pathways for Vulnerable Populations, a 15-year initiative scheduled for 2006 through 2020. The inaugural launching took place in Hyderabad, India, in February 2006, and the first biennial global conference was held in October 2007 in Richard Bay, South Africa. In the meantime, cluster countries' representatives will be engaging in various forms of dialogue to promote innovative prevention awareness strategies, identification of resources and services to be rendered, potential research collaborations, and networking to engage others in the cause of GHAA as we move to become the global voice for vulnerable HIV populations .