One Health Across Borders: Collaboration and Response to Disease Risk in the US and Mexico
Casa de la Universidad de California México, UC Davis Global Affairs, and program partners are presenting a bilingual panel discussion in Mexico City on the Collaboration and Response to Disease Risk in the U.S and Mexico. A reception will follow.
Janet Foley, professor and researcher of medicine and epidemiology in the UC Davis School of Veterinary Medicine, is joining collaborators from National Autonomous University of México (UNAM) at the Casa de la Universidad de California en México for a panel discussion on global health. Dr. Foley, along with Dr. Gerardo Suzán and Dr. Andrés Lopez, is working on infectious diseases and human health near the U.S.-Mexico border.
Dr. Foley is serving as a Global Affairs Faculty and Staff Ambassador.
- Casa de la Universidad de California México
- Laboratorio de Ecología de Enfermedades y Una Salud de la Facultad de Medicina Veterinaria y Zootecnia de la Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México
- UC Davis Global Affairs
- UC Davis School of Veterinary Medicine
About Global Affairs
Global Affairs brings the world to UC Davis, welcoming more than 10,000 international students, scholars and leaders, and hosting programs that inspire global curiosity, understanding and engagement. Compelled by the valuable outcomes of thinking globally, we make transformative opportunities a reality by supporting the thousands of students and faculty studying and researching internationally—and by facilitating collaborations that tackle the world’s most pressing problems through more than 150 international partnerships.
Putting our vision of a UC Davis community that engages, thrives, and leads in this interconnected world into action, Global Affairs is now in pursuit of an ambitious goal: Global Education for All.