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One Health Research Day 2021

One Health Poster Day is a collaborative event between CPHAZ and the One Health Institute at the University of Guelph and the Department of Pathology and Laboratory Medicine at the Schulich School of Medicine and Dentistry at Western University. The poster day gives participants the chance to interactively learn about One Health and its real-world applications across diverse fields, as well as explore a cross-section of innovative and exciting research taking place at the interface of human, animal, and environmental health. This year’s virtual event brought together 23 presenters from University of Guelph, Western University, University of Waterloo, University of Ottawa, University of Georgia, and three international presenters from Nigeria, Iran and Ethiopia. We also had over 100 registrants and welcomed 58 local, regional and international active participants. We appreciate all those who attended and presented and look forward to continuing this collaboration again next year on Nov 3rd, 2022.

Riley BaumanExploring Shared Determinants of Health: Towards a Shared Approach to Companion Animal and Human Health Promotion
Abdifetah MohamedBovine tuberculosis at the human livestock wildlife interface and its control through one health approach in the Ethiopian Somali Pastoralists
Catherine BelangerExploring the Experiences of Canadian Veterinarians as part of a One Health Approach to Canine Importation
Joel ZhangEvaluation of healthcare facilities and services provided for tuberculosis and zoonotic tuberculosis in Kajiado County, Kenya
Daniel BayleyDescribing Wildlife Health Spatially in Ontario
Ziyad ElgamalEvaluating an intranasalvaccine platform for mucosalimmunity against respiratorypathogens like SARS-CoV-2
Radhika K. GandhiFortifying Canadian One Health practitioners’ ability to address complex health challenges
Ayush KumarGeneration and in vitrocharacterization of reversegenetics influenza B system basedon a swine
polI promoter
John MallareAir Pollution: The Invisible Killer
Britteny KyleEpidemiology of American Foulbrood
Duo LiLocalizing Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) to London, Ontario
Celina TangOne Health Approach to Oral Cancer and Evaluation of S100A7 as a Predictor of Malignant Transformation from Oral Potentially Malignant Lesions (OPML)
Peter LiuMeasuring Cardiovascular Outcomes in Neuroendocrine Tumours (NET)
Isabelle KengDeveloping a Method for Evaluating Social Prescription as a Means of Supporting Individuals Suffering from Substance Misuse in Whitefish River First Nation Community
Sukham BrarEvaluating the effects of cannabidiol use during pregnancy on offspring pancreatic development and function in rats: potential impacts for human and environmental health
Ryan LaPennaAssessment of rabies control in rural areas in Victoria Falls, Zimbabwe
Amirreza YaghoubpourOne Health Approach for control and Prevention of Brucellosis in Iran
Marlee PyottUsing GPS collars to understand outdoor cat (Felis catus ) behaviour
Melanie CousinsA review of the evidence landscape to parameterize a One Health model of AMR in a Swedish food system context: Using expert knowledge in the interim?
Arnie RuckertOne Health Modeling Network for Emerging Infectionse
Sydney DeWinterSpatial and temporal distribution of Ixodes spp. ticks
Yusuf Tajudeen AmudaEvil Six Threats to Biodiversity as an Important Driver of Arboviral Diseases: One Health Approach as a Panacea
Keith WarrinerWhere does E. coli O157:H7 go when they die?

To view the 2020 One Health Research Posters please click here.