A signature One Health Program... One Health Institute – University of California, Davis (USA) Working at the interface of animals, people, and the environment to solve complex problems impacting health and conservation. “The UC Davis One Health Institute is home to many Centers, programs, projects and initiatives within the School of Veterinary Medicine and beyond. Our Executive Director is Dr. Jonna A.K. Mazet, DVM, MVPM, PhD and our scientists and educators are working throughout the UC Davis Campus, the UC System, State and Federal Agencies, and all over the world to advance the health of animals, people and the environment. We are continually updating and enhancing this website; please check back for updates.  The One Health approach addresses complex health problems on a platform that recognizes that the health of domestic animals, wildlife, and people are inextricably linked with each other and the environment. ...” Please see:                        and                       One of their seven (7) major/important Centers:            Calvin Schwabe Project EXPLORING THE INTERSECTION OF HUMAN, ANIMAL, AND ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH Our Mission “To strengthen the UC Davis School of Veterinary Medicines commitment to the One Health movement by educating veterinarians of the future to integrate human, animal, and ecosystem protection into their professional lives. The Calvin Schwabe One Health Project fosters a diverse and sustainable planet, with the goal of encouraging a new generation of veterinary expertise in the integration of better health for humans, animals, and their environment. To that end, One Health expands career pathways for veterinary students in disciplines such as public practice, wildlife and ecosystem health, food safety, herd health, disaster preparedness, rural health, and zoonotic disease threats.”