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Nov
6

20141204-AriasJoin us for a public lecture by Cesar A. Arias, associate professor of medicine and director of the laboratory for antimicrobial research, department of medicine, division of infectious diseases University […]

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Nov
6

20141112-food-insecurityJoin us for a public lecture by Jung Sun Lee, Associate Professor and Faculty of Gerontology, Department of Foods and Nutrition, College of Family & Consumer Sciences, University of Georgia. […]

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Nov
6

20141008-Rash-DecisionsJoin us for a public lecture by Ginny L. Emerson of the Poxvirus and Rabies Branch, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. October 8, 2014 1:00pm, reception to follow Paul […]

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Aug
21

onehealth-seminar-flyer-09-14Join us for a public lecture by Nicole L. Gottdenker, assistant professor of veterinary pathology in UGA's College of Veterinary Medicine. Nicole is a disease ecologist and wildlife pathologist who studies impacts of human-caused environmental change on the ecology and evolution of infectious diseases, with a particular interest in vector borne zoonoses and wildlife pathogens.

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May
29

Leaonard Stewart at workLeonard Stewart, Mark Kasilus and Jack Albanese are proof that adding business skills to scientific training equals more than the sum of its parts. The three students, who graduated from UGA's Master's in Biomanufacturing and Bioprocessing program, are in high demand.

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May
28

one health symposium flyerThe University of Liverpool and the University of Georgia will co-sponsor the second annual One Health International Symposium in Liverpool, England June 19-21, 2014. Proposed symposium themes are food-borne zoonotic diseases and food safety; emerging infections in companion animals; and the economic and societal effects of these issues. Participants will engage international delegates from industry and government in a comprehensive One Health approach.

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BHSI Student Spotlight
Gaylen Edwards, DVM, Ph.D
BHSI Member Spotlight

Research in the Edwards laboratory focuses on central neural control of food and water intake. They are particularly interested in neural pathways that are altered in obese states and how these alterations contribute to obesity. These...