Hi everyone, I thought it would be a good idea to have everyone’s Skype addresses to hand? Just so anyone can initiate a Skype call. Mine is jvirhia 🙂 Advertisements
It’s been nearly a year since I started my ZELS-AS PhD and it’s been one filled with a couple of rough roads (literally) and many new exciting experiences. I set out for my first field trip at the end of January this year, beginning with the long drive from Arusha to our field house in … More Tracking Tsetse in Tanzania
You are all invited to participate to a webinar organized by ECOHEALTH, International Association for Ecology & Health. Date: June 29, 2016 Time: 10:00am EDT Topic: Animal source food: Hazards don’t always translate into risks Description: Informal markets are the major supplier of animal source food (ASF) in Africa, where they generate income, provide … More Webinar tomorrow!
With all that has happened over the last few days in the UK is anyone else feeling a bit shocked and bewildered? I was wondering if anyone fancies having a bit of a post journal club chat about it all this week if we have time? I think there’s no doubt it’s going to effect … More Times they are a changing?
As part of a Leverhulme-Royal Society Africa Award, the University of Glasgow will be running a One Health training course in Arusha, Tanzania in July. This year’s course will focus on molecular epidemiology and may be of interest to many of you. Please note that, while there is no registration fee, accommodation and travel to … More Molecular Epidemiology training July 25th-August 5th 2016
Date: Wednesday 29th June 2016 Time: 2 pm (GMT) Paper: Conceptual framework_Zoonoses Questions: June 2016 Journal club questions_Violet This month’s paper and questions have been chosen by Violet, the paper proposes an interdisciplinary framework for researching EID’s, copy and questions can be found above.
With longer days and the daffodils popping their heads up, spring is most definitely in the air in the UK and I am pleased to say over the last few weeks I have discovered and embraced many new things! One of them being attempting to write my first blog post (so please bear with!), I have also set up my very own twitter account and I think managed to ‘tweet’. I have enrolled on my first MOOC and discovered the wonders of adding chocolate to my chili and mustard to my mash potato! … More The optimistic musings of a first year
Date: Friday 20th May 2016 Time: 11 am (GMT) Paper: One Health Chapter 10 Living Lab Questions:May 2016 Journal club questions The next journal club will look at a chapter from the One Health text that recently came out, copy and questions attached.
Fellowship Applications Are Now Open Applications for Fellowships to attend the One Health EcoHealth Congress are now open. To be eligible for the Fellowship Award, the applicant must register and attend the Congress, and preference will be given to applicants who submit an abstract for an oral or poster presentation or who are a co-author on … More
Hey everyone, The RVC students have to submit an impact statement and poster abstract next week so I thought I would share some documents I have managed to get a hold of with some more info and examples from last year. I thought I would share with everyone in case they might be helpful to … More Poster abstracts and impact statements