Dr. Akira Fujiyoshi is Special Contract Associate Professor (Lecturer), Department of Health Science, Shiga University Medical Science. He is visiting UMN and working with me under a Fulbright Fellowship ... learn more.
One Health Workforce: Government Led, University Driven, Network Supported Coordination and collaboration across all levels of the human and animal health sectors are essential to meet the Global Health Security Agenda (GHSA) vision for “a world safe and secure from global health threats posed ... learn more.
The goal of this mixed methods study is to understand the prevalence and dynamics of caregiving burden among those providing informal care to children with diabetes Nagpur.... learn more.
Research grant from Chilean government for Universidad Catolica and Universidad de Chile to work with UMN CVM on influenza research with opportunity for bilateral students exchange... learn more.
Programs in antibiotic resistance, developing tools for diagnotics and surveilannce for Johnnes disease. Guest lecturing at Seoul National University, MS and PhD students from S. Korea coming to UMN for training. ... learn more.
Ape-human disease interface in Gombe, Tanzania.... learn more.
Contributing additional research and scientific knowledge to conservation activities already ongoing through the African Predator Conservation Research Organization with opportunities for students to do research during field experiences in Botswana.... learn more.
A one week long course offered each year will help expand your network among key global leaders and provide you with new skills for effectively engaging intergovernmental organizations (IGO). Engaging Intergovernmental Organizations (EIO) is a week-long intensive professional development program des... learn more.
In an effort to advance humanism in our world through global outreach, faculty and students from the University of Minnesota’s Program in Physical Therapy have traveled to Niger in 3-week visits for the past seven years to provide clinical services to patients. We also teach rehabilitation princi... learn more.
India is rapidly undergoing two simultaneous transitions: an epidemiologic transition to growing chronic disease burden and a demographic transition to an unprecedentedly large and growing aging population. Thus, in the coming decades, older adults in India will be living longer albeit with more mor... learn more.