UC Davis One Health Institute Offers One Health Field Training

January 5, 2021
The Rx One Health Field Institute is a transformative field-based experiential learning course focused on One Health core competencies for graduate students and early career professionals from all disciplines.
Application Deadline (Extended) - February 7, 2021. Small scholarships available.

The Link Between Virus Spillover, Wildlife Extinction and the Environment

April 8, 2020
As COVID-19 spreads across the globe, a common question is, can infectious diseases be connected to environmental change? Yes, indicates a study published today from the University of California, Davis’ One Health Institute.

10 years, 10 campuses, one trailblazing career: Haile Debas reflects on UCGHI

November 5, 2019
Global health visionary Dr. Haile Debas looks back on 10 years of impact for the UC Global Health Institute.

UCGHI helps lead One Health to Planetary Health

September 5, 2019
Learn how UCGHI has over its 10-year history helped lead a paradigm shift in approaches to global health challenges through its support of new ways of thinking about how human health, animals and the environment are intertwined.

Compost key to sequestering carbon in the soil

August 27, 2019
UC Davis study dug deep to uncover which agricultural systems store the most carbon.

Doubling down

August 15, 2019
UC Santa Barbara study shows human impacts on oceans nearly doubled in recent decade, could double again without adequate action.

Fertilizer feast and famine

August 15, 2019
Solving the global nitrogen problem; a team of scientists, led by UC Davis, has published a study that identifies five strategies to tackle the problem.

The Berkeley Lab provides new recipes for taking salt out of seawater

July 31, 2019
As populations boom and chronic droughts persist, coastal cities have increasingly turned to ocean desalination to supplement a dwindling fresh water supply.

UC Davis and USAID launch new research program to study rural poverty worldwide

July 31, 2019
Researchers will study the root causes of poverty and food insecurity with an emphasis on risk from disasters like drought, flood or conflict. 

Climate change could fuel next wave of immigrants from Latin America

July 8, 2019
Global climate change is likely to exacerbate the ongoing immigration crisis in the United States, according to a UC Berkeley PhD student funded by the Center for Latin American Studies.