This week we’re having our first meeting on February 7th, 8-9pm in Dwinelle 255. In the first half of the meeting, we’ll be welcoming Dr. Sophia Papageorgiou, a veterinarian by training and an esteemed member of the One Health Initiative at UC Davis to talk about the journey she’s been on in the field.
Here is a brief bio about her:
Sophia Papageogiou, DVM, MPVM, PhD has been involved with One Health and Planetary Health through the UC Global Health Institute. She has a passion for animals that has driven her through UC Davis’s veterinary and PD program, where studied wildlife and conservational medicine. Professionally, Dr. Papageorgiou hopes to implement the One Health model to promote the health of animals, humans, and the ecosystems in which they reside. Additionally, she aspires to train students in epidemiology, ecosystem health, and the newly defined global and One Health sciences that link these disciplines.
The second half of our meeting will focus on starting the working groups (1) Team building for the One Health competition team and (2) the Symposium Planning Committee.
You can still sign up for committees here: https://goo.gl/forms/rzgKzOGETIRPBoT22
As always, please reach out to us with any questions at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Welcome back to Berkeley everyone!
What? To follow up on the previous post, we have our TBA locations, announced! The first two meetings will be info sessions regarding who our org is and what we stand for, followed by games and project opportunities! We’ll be excited to meet you at:
Where? Dwinelle 255
When? 1/24, 1/31 8-9pm
You can already register to become a member! https://goo.gl/forms/lOeCZaYjtF2EBwKc2
Want to be a part of our executive team? Apply! https://goo.gl/forms/3kRZ7NJ3Oh1fNil53
The One Health Student Initiative (OHSI) is a conjoined effort between undergraduate and graduate students at the University of California, Berkeley, across disciplines (public health, biology, environmental sciences, medicine, etc.) to educate one another and their respective communities on issues and approaches to global human, animal and environmental health. Join today to learn from guest lectures from esteemed professionals in the field, learn more about the One Health Model, and develop innovative solutions to health issues that impact our generation today. Topics we cover include climate change, biodiversity, comparative medicine, and infectious disease. Our meetings are on the 1st and 3rd Wednesdays of each month from 7-8 pm, location TBA.
Keep on the lookout for our DeCal posting on the DeCal website!
Time: Thursdays 5-6 pm
Location: 251 Dwinelle
Join us tomorrow night for an hour and a half of faculty/graduate and undergraduate students mixer featuring our four guest speakers: Professor Peter Dailey, Sarah Petnic, Dusty Glasner, and Jacqueline Ferguson.
View our Facebook event here: One Health Night
Tue, November 15 7-8:30 pm 283 Dwinelle
Food will be provided!
No Guest Speaker, All Event Planning for One Health Day
Tue, October 18th 7-8 pm 106 Dwinelle
As a reminder, our meetings for this semester (Fall 2016) will take place every other Tuesday of each month (1st and 3rd weeks, unless specified).
Click here to like our Facebook page for quick updates
We launched our DeCal this semester!
Location: 104 Barrows Thu 5-6 pm
Sign ups have closed for this semester, but stay tuned for Spring 2017!