4:30 pm Reception with appetizers
5:10 pm Lecture
Unleashing the Full Power of One Health to Attain and Sustain Micro- to Planetary Health!
Presented by Dr. Marguerite Pappaioanou
Dr. Pappaioanou is an epidemiologist and veterinarian with over 30 years’ experience applying a one-health approach toward improving global and U.S. public health. In particular, her efforts have focused on the areas of disease surveillance, prevention, and control of emerging zoonotic and other infectious diseases, global health security, food safety and security, antimicrobial resistance, and other global health challenges. For 25 years she served at the Centers of Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), most recently as CDC's Liaison to FDA for Food Safety, and previously in malaria prevention and control, HIV seroprevalence surveillance, directing the USAID funded global capacity building Data for Decision Making Project, directing CDC’s support of the Guide to Community Preventive Services – What Works to Promote Health, and as Associate Director for Science and Policy in CDC’s Office of Global Health, co-coordinating CDC's response to SARS, Monkeypox, and Highly Pathogenic Avian Influenza outbreaks. As Professor of Infectious Disease Epidemiology in the School of Public Health at the University of Minnesota, she led a large NIH- and CDC- funded research program focused on surveillance for avian influenza and other emerging zoonotic infectious diseases at the human-animal interface. From 2007-2011, she served as Executive Director of the Association of American Veterinary Medical Colleges. She currently is focused on advancing One Health/Global Health/Planetary Health-- bringing multiple expertise, perspectives, and views together to achieve sustainability and optimal health and well-being of humans, animals, and earth’s life support ecosystems. She currently serves as Affiliate Professor and Associate Director of Animal and Planetary Health of the Center for One Health Research in the School of Public Health, Department of Environmental and Occupational Health Sciences, at the University of Washington. She has received several honors and awards for her work and accomplishments in public health, and has authored and co-authored numerous publications, including as co-editor, the IOM/NRC Committee report “Sustaining Global Surveillance and Response for Emerging Zoonotic Diseases”. She retired as a commissioned officer (CAPT-06) from the US Public Health Service 2005. She received her Doctor of Veterinary Medicine degree from Michigan State University in 1972, Master of Preventive Veterinary Medicine and Doctor of Philosophy degrees from the University of California, Davis, in 1976 and 1982, respectively.
The One Health Lecture Series was established in the College of Veterinary Medicine at Iowa State University in honor of Dr. Roger Mahr, DVM Class of 1971
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