One Health EcoHealth 2016 Conference
Dec 3 – Dec 7 all-day

About One Health EcoHealth 2016:

For the first time together, the global One Health and EcoHealth communities are creating more integrated approaches to research and practice on global health challenges.

For more information, please visit the conference website.

Microbiome Seminar: Dr. Aaron Wright @ 239 Marine Sciences
Dec 8 @ 12:10 pm

Dr. Aaron Wright
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Pacific Northwest National Laboratory

Activity-based probing of microbial protein activity

Dr. Wright conducts research on activity-based proteomics by which proteins are captured from microbes or the environment based on their function.

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Emory ARC Seminar-Martin J. Blaser MD
Jan 12 @ 4:00 pm

Emory Antibiotic Resistance Center Seminar Series

Martin J. Blaser, MD
Muriel G. and George W. Singer Professor of Translational Medicine
Professor of Microbiology
Director, Human Microbiome Program
New York University Langone Medical Center

Poster session to follow at 5 p.m.
Emory Health Sciences Research Building
Please RSVP for attendance, and email poster abstracts to

Rob Stein-Voices from the Vanguard @ UGA Chapel
Jan 24 @ 5:30 pm

From AIDS to Zika: The view from the NPR Science Desk

Rob Stein
NPR health correspondent and senior editor

Rob Stein has covered global infectious diseases since the early days of the AIDS pandemic, reporting on emerging pathogens such as SARS and perennial threats such as influenza. Most recently, Rob traveled through Brazil at the height of the Zika outbreak.

One Health Club Meeting @ Coverdell Center, rm 175
Feb 28 @ 6:30 pm

“The One Health Mission: a firsthand perspective on the real and the raw of tackling world health issues”

Lani Ware, DVM

One Health is a worldwide, multidisciplinary initiative focused on tackling health issues using many perspectives: human medicine, animal medicine, agriculture, law, pharmacology, ecology, and much, much more. Come listen to Dr. Ware as she describes her experiences on One Health missions… listen, learn, and share perspectives and passion with a room full of diverse health-minded people from all across campus.

Ware graduated from Howard University in 1999 Summa cum laude and a member of Phi Beta Kappa. She then completed her DVM at the University of Georgia in 2003 with Ray Kaplan and following graduation, Ware went into small animal/exotic practice at Northeast Veterinary Clinic in El Paso, TX while serving on the Humane Society Board of Directors. Ware was commissioned in the US Army Veterinary Corps in 2009 with deployments to Haiti 2010 and Iraq 2011. She has served overseas tours to Aviano, Italy and Sinai, Egypt (Multinational Force and Observers). She is currently an MPH student in Disaster Management at the University of Georgia.


Microbiome seminar: Dr. Sangram Sisodia
Apr 5 all-day

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Professor/Director of Neurobiology
Department of Neurology
University of Chicago


Influence of antibiotic-induced perturbations of gut microbial diversity on neurogenerative disorders
Dr. Sisoda studies the cellular and molecular biology of Alzheimer’s disease.

Symposium: Frontiers in Microbial Biology @ Emory University - Whitehead Auditorium
Apr 28 @ 9:00 am – 6:00 pm
Emory ARC and ARTDTP Joint Symposium on Antibiotic Resistance @ Emory School of Medicine Auditorium, rm 110
May 11 @ 3:30 pm

2017 Emory ARC and ARTDTP Joint Symposium on Antibiotic Resistance

*If anyone at UGA wants to carpool, please contact Dr. Susan Sanchez,

Emory ARC Seminar @ Emory School of Medicine Auditorium, rm 120
Aug 31 @ 4:00 pm

Emory ARC  Seminar

*If anyone at UGA wants to carpool, please contact Dr. Susan Sanchez,


One Health Club Meeting – “Food Security: One Health Through and Agricultural Lens” @ Journalism, rm 508
Sep 5 @ 5:30 pm – 6:30 pm
One Health Club Meeting -  "Food Security: One Health Through and Agricultural Lens" @ Journalism, rm 508

Speaker: Dr. Corrie Brown, DVM, PhD, DACVP, Josiah Meigs and University Distinguished Professor

There are 1 billion smallholders in the world, and these are defined as those people who depend on their few livestock for survival. Their animals are considered mobile bank accounts, and sales of meat, eggs, and milk provide necessary cash to help support periodic expenses such as school fees and medical treatments. They also supply important micronutrients for children and pregnant women, helping to ensure adequate brain development and avoid cognitive stunting. When a disease enters these smallholders’ small flocks or herds, the economic and nutritional impacts are devastating.