GHI Advisory Committee member leads research finding H7N9 influenza is both lethal and transmissible in animal model for flu
University of Wisconsin National One Health Day Colloquium now accepting abstracts for flash talks
Full presentation below: Nutrient loading from wastewater effluent and agricultural runoff can cause eutrophication and proliferation of toxin-producing cyanobacteria. Like many lakes, Africa’s Lake Victoria provides food, drinking water, and a source of livelihood for …
UW students from Center of Excellence for Vector-Borne Disease, co-directed by GHI Advisory Committee members, aid post-Harvey mosquito control
CWD could affect humans; get your deer tested, says Keith Poulsen, a GHI Advisory Committee member with the Wisconsin Veterinary Diagnostic Laboratory.
With deer season on horizon, lab ramps up for CWD testing
National Science Foundation’s documentary “The Rules of Life” features GHI leader Tony Goldberg.
The President of Botswana Visits the Washington Mandela Fellows on Campus and Sparks Conservation Discussion
Mosquito-spread encephalitis found in Wisconsin horses
GHI Advisory member Anne Pringle contributes to a new paper about how mushrooms send spores in the right direction. Story from the NY Times.
The idea of One Health – that the health of humans, animals and ecosystems are interconnected—gave the Mandela Washington Fellows from Africa new ways to address health challenges.
GHI is looking for a social media savvy communications intern who is also ready to help with other projects.
Grant Awarded to the School of Nursing to Expand Native American Enrollment
Research by GHI Associate Director Tony Goldberg Reveals Relationship Between a Virus, a Parasite and an African Bat.
GHI Associate Director Tony Goldberg reveals relationship between a virus, a parasite and an African bat.
Celebrating Independence Across Africa: YALI Fellows Emerencia Nguarambuka, Marcio Brito, and Omari Mahiza reflect on the meaning of Independence
Ambassador Linda Thomas-Greenfield calls Mandela Washington Fellows “Africa’s future”
The Global Health Institute joins other campus partners to develop curriculum for 2017 Mandela Washington Fellowship
Zika infections could be factor in more pregnancies