International One Medicine One Science Conference in Minneapolis  April 27-Wednesday to April 30, 2014

This conference features a distinguished roster of presenters. 

Among them is Peter Agre, M.D. Professor and Director of the Johns Hopkins Malaria Institute and a Nobel Prize winner. He discovered aquaporins, a family of the water-channel proteins that are responsible for numerous physiological processes, as well as multiple clinical disorders.

The University of Minnesota College of Veterinary Medicine cordially invites you to join us Sunday, April 27-Wednesday, April 30, 2014, for the inaugural International Conference on One Medicine One Science (iCOMOS). This year the conference program is focused on the role of science in solving vexing challenges of emerging health threats and safe food production.  It is packed with exciting, informative presentations, panel discussions, and workshops delivered by world renowned bench, translational and applied scientists, major funding sponsors, and key industry partners who are instrumental in driving the SCIENCE behind One Health.

Hurry, early registration ends Wednesday, March 26 and seats are going fast! Register now.

Sunday through Tuesday you will discover the role of science in solving emerging health threats at the human-animal-environment interface; and the challenge of aligning safe food, sustainable production and consumer expectations. Wednesday is your opportunity to be engaged in a hands-on workshop of your choice that digs deeper into specific topics covered during the conference. Workshop space is also limited and will be filled on a first-come, first-serve basis.