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About the Project

The Calvin Schwabe One Health Project works to strengthen the UC Davis School of Veterinary Medicine's commitment to One Health by ensuring that future veterinarians integrate human, animal and ecosystem protection into their professional work. The goal is to expand career pathways for students in a wide variety of disciplines, including wildlife and ecosystem health, public practice, food safety, herd health, disaster preparedness, rural health and zoonotic disease threats.

One Health Institute


The One Health Institute works at the interface of animals, people and the environment to solve complex problems that impact global health and conservation and is home to the Karen C. Drayer Wildlife Health Center. 

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Students for One Health

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Fostering a diverse and sustainable planet by encouraging a new generation of veterinary expertise in which the health of humans, animals and their environment are all integrated. 

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One Health Nicaragua

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The Students for One Health are working to bring sustainable healthcare and economic development to the people and animals of Sabana Grande, Nicaragua.

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Knights Landing

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The Students for One Health run a veterinary clinic alongside a medical clinic in the underserved community of Knights Landing, California, where they are fostering an ongoing discussion about One Health.

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