• Photo: Working with students
  • Photo: Working to build capacity
  • Photo: Working with communities
  • Photo: Working with governments

The One Health Institute is active all over the world, working at the interface of animals, people and the environment to solve complex problems that impact health and conservation. The Institute grew out of the UC Davis School of Veterinary Medicine’s deep commitment to the One Health approach and is home to the well-established Wildlife Health Center.

Under Executive Director Dr. Jonna A.K. Mazet, DVM, MVPM, PhD, our scientists and educators provide innovation and leadership to UC Davis, the UC system, state and federal agencies and to partners all over the world.

PREDICT

Photo: PREDICT

Building global surveillance to detect and prevent spillover of pathogens of pandemic potential that can move between wildlife and people. 

HALI Project

Photo: HALI

This collaborative US-Tanzania research and capacity-building program assesses the effects of zoonotic disease and water management on health and livelihoods in the Ruaha ecosystem of Tanzania.

Evotis Vol 2

Evotis: Coastlines

Evotis is a quarterly publication by the UC Davis One Health Institute. In Volume 2, we explore issues that affect coastal species. We feature a video about a mysterious syndrome that's "melting" west coast sea stars, a story about the possible role of kelp gulls in the deaths of southern right whales and much more.