Monthly Archives: June 2018
On 22nd – 25th June, experts from a diverse range of specialities and members of the public came together at the 5th International One Health Congress in Saskatoon, Canada, to discuss the One Health agenda. Here, I discuss some of the themes that were raised during the meeting.
An artist and a scientist undertake a fruitful collaboration to inform the public about tsetse fly transmission of trypanosomes
“Glocalized” teaching and learning to investigate global processes through local examples in disease ecology
In this post, Krisztian Magori discusses “glocalized” education as a potential way to help students better appreciate global concepts, such as the effects of invasive species, through examples of student projects on local systems in his Disease Ecology capstone class.
A brief review of a PhD student-lead symposium celebrating the ‘Achievements of women in science and inspiring the next generation’ at the Liverpool School of Tropical Medicine.