A recent BSc graduate in Biological Science who is currently enrolled in the DVM program is actively seeking opportunities to enhance her experience in the field of One Health.
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A BAS student in Psychology and Neuroscience working as an Undergraduate Research Assistant under the supervision and guidance of Dr. Jen Murray, Department of Psychology, where she is working towards introducing the One Health approach into her work.
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PhD candidate in epidemiology, investigating Cache Valley Virus (CVV) – a mosquito-borne zoonosis that infects both humans and animals and is most often reported in sheep. Bergevin is supervised by Drs. Katie Clow and Vicky Ng.
MSc student in Pathobiology and One Health studying wildlife disease ecology, specifically, zoonotic diseases in native rodent populations under the supervision of Dr. Claire Jardine.
MSc student in Pathobiology and One Health studying plasmid transfer in Salmonella to better understand what drives antimicrobial resistance under the supervision of Dr. Nicole Ricker.
PhD Candidate in Epidemiology and One Health developing a One Health framework for tick and tick-borne disease surveillance under the supervision of Dr. Katie Clow.
MSc student in Epidemiology and One Health reviewing antimicrobial resistance (AMR) pathways in human health settings under the supervision of Dr. Jane Parmley.
PhD graduate in Public Health and International Development documenting the intimate relationship between Inuit and caribou in Labrador.
Master’s student in Epidemiology and One Health studying Black-legged ticks and their spread in Ontario under the supervision of Dr. Katie Clow.
Master’s student in Epidemiology and One Health studying Dermacentor ticks and pathogen spread under the supervision of Dr. Katie Clow.