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UC Irvine and Singapore researchers find source of 2015 Southeast Asia smoke cloud

November 30, 2018
Burning of peatlands in Borneo and Sumatra created severe air pollution in region.

Improving chickens to quell hunger worldwide

October 26, 2018
UC Davis researchers are leading an international effort to identify genes crucial to breeding chickens with enhanced resistance to Newcastle disease and heat stress.

Grant will support efforts to integrate climate change impacts into health sciences courses

October 15, 2018
Oladele Ogunseitan, chair and professor in UC Irvine’s Program in Public Health and UCGHI education director, will host a faculty training workshop in winter 2019.

Finding Ebola before it finds you

September 5, 2018
For the first time, scientists from UC Davis discover a new Ebola species in a host prior to detection in an infected human or animal.

Climate change and extreme weather events: A snapshot

August 31, 2018
UCGHI Planetary Health Center of Experience summer fellow, Landon Smith shares his thoughts on negative health effects associated with climate change.

Scientists discover new Ebolavirus in bats in Sierra Leone

August 15, 2018
This discovery out of UC Davis is the strongest evidence to date that bats are the natural hosts of these viruses.

Planetary Health Center of Expertise selects summer fellows

July 9, 2018
Meet the summer 2018 Planetary Health Summer Field Experience fellows!

One Health education: where are we today?

July 9, 2018
The World Health Organization has encouraged the United States to build a more formal One Health strategy, UC Davis experts weigh in.

Understanding the relationship between livestock, snakes and livelihoods in Costa Rica

June 25, 2018
Andrea Nickerson, UCSF Institute for Global Health Sciences master’s student, is researching how snakebite envenomation in livestock impacts farmer’s lives.

New planetary health case studies are available now

June 18, 2018

The Planetary Health COE released three new web-based interactive case studies, adding to the growing library of cases available to educators and students.

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