A One Health programme

We believe a holistic, One Health approach is necessary to tackle zoonotic diseases.

As such, we have a multidisciplinary team of natural and social scientist researchers, including animal and human health experts, conservation biologists, geographers, anthropologists and economists.

One Health recognises that human, animal and environmental health are inter-related, and so a collaborative, multidisciplinary and integrated approach to zoonoses research, policy and management is needed.

Watch the videos of our lead researchers talking about what One Health means to them.

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Professor Sarah Cleaveland

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Professor Ruth Zadoks

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Professor Jo Sharp

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Dr Jo Halliday

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