A Significant One Health Group (USA) North Carolina (NC) One Health Collaborative -   The mission of the TGHC North Carolina One Health Collaborative is to promote, improve and defend the health and well-being of all species by enhancing communication, cooperation and collaboration between physicians, veterinarians, researchers and other local/global public health professionals.   The North Carolina One Health Collaborative (NCOHC) formed in June 2010 under the umbrella of the Triangle Global Health Consortium. Once formed, it assumed leadership of a local, monthly One Health Intellectual Exchange Group (IEG) Discussion series. This series was created in late 2008 at the request of a group of veterinary students to provide an opportunity for students, physicians, veterinarians, public health, and environmental workers – entities who rarely interact directly – to come together in conversation about overlaps in their respective areas of expertise. As part of the NCOHC effort, in spring 2011 the IEG series was expanded to include a weekly graduate level course entitled, “One Health: From Philosophy to Practice.” Thus, the Collaborative supports year-round, monthly One Health IEG discussions and weekly sessions during the spring course. For more information about the North Carolina One Health Collaborative: Visit their website at Email the group at Contact listserv manager, Liz Selisker, at