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Mission Statement: To improve the health of humans, animals and the environment globally through One Health research, capacity building, and policy.

Vision Statement: To be recognized as the world’s leading academic Center for One Health research, training, and policy.


Duke One Health Research and Training Network, 2019-2020

Who Are We?

The Duke One Health Network is a team of more than 30 professionals studying more than 30 pathogens under ~30 research and training projects. Major active project locations are shown in the figure above. Each year the network engages professionals from more than 20 countries. The team is led by Professor Gregory C. Gray, MD, MPH, who holds faculty positions and leads laboratories at Duke University School of Medicine (USA), Duke-NUS Medical School (Singapore) and Duke Kunshan University (China).

What Do We Do?

The Duke One Health research and training network addresses complex health problems through the One Health approach, microbiology, and epidemiology methods.

The Duke One Health Training Program  (4 graduate courses delivered over 3 weeks in the spring by ~20 faculty) and similar legacy programs have trained more than 330 scholars from 30 countries since 2008. The 2018 class had 31 scholars from eight countries. More information on the training program can be found here.

Key One Health Themes:

  • Novel respiratory pathogen research and workshops
  • Epidemiological study of zoonotic pathogens
  • Bioaerosol pathogen detection
  • Field evaluation of pathogen diagnostics
  • Tropical infectious disease assessments
  • Workshops in conducting molecular surveillance for biological threats

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