Stanford One Health Symposium 2018

Climate Change and Its Impact
on Human and Animal Health

May 12, 2018

Li Ka Shing Center

8:30 - 5:30

Registration/Continental Breakfast:   Doors open at 7:45 am

Session 1:

Introduction:
 8:30 – 8:35 

Donna Bouley, DVM, PhD, DACVP (Stanford School of Medicine)
Ashley Zehnder, DVM, PhD, ABVP (Avian) (Stanford School of Medicine)

Key Note Speakers:

8:35 – 9:05  Patricia Conrad, DVM, PhD (UC Davis)

Advantages of a One Health Approach to Address Challenges of Climate Change

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9:05 – 9:30  Angelle Desiree LaBeaud, MD, MS (Stanford School of Medicine)

One Health, One World, Many Viruses: The Emergence and Importance of Arboviral Threats

9:35 – 10:00  Stephen Luby, MD (Stanford School of Medicine)

Efforts to Reduce the Climate and Health Impact of Brick Manufacturing in Bangladesh

-------------------- Coffee Break 10:05 – 10:15 ----------------------

10:15 – 10:40  Elena Finkbeiner, MEM, PhD (Hopkins Marine Inst.)

Addressing Vulnerability and Inequality across Coastal Communities in a Changing Climate

10:45 – 11:10  Nishad Jayasundara, PhD (University of Maine)

A Mysterious Chronic Kidney Disease and Sentinel Species

11:15 – 11:40  Rob Dunbar, PhD (Stanford University)

Tropical Coasts: a Nexus for Past and Future Climatic Impacts on Human-Animal Health

11:45 – 12:10  Andrew Derocher, PhD, MSc, BSF (University of Alberta)

Challenges Facing an Arctic Icon: Polar Bears Inside and Out

12:15 – 12:30  Poster Lightening Talks

-------------------- Lunch 12:30 – 1:40  ----------------------
                                   Poster Viewing

Session 2:   
1:40 – 2:05  Woutrina Smith, DVM, MPVM, PhD (UC Davis)

Chasing Zoonotic Pathogens around the Globe

2:10 – 2:35  Briana Beechler, DVM, PhD (Oregon State, College of Veterinary Medicine)

Human Practices Promote Presence, Abundance and Shifts in Communities of Disease Transmitting Mosquito Species

2:40 – 3:05  Craig Stephen, DVM PhD (Canadian Wildlife Health Cooperative Vancouver and UBC)

Reciprocal Care of Wildlife and Human Health is a Critical Aspect of Climate Change Readiness

3:10 – 3:35  Hannah Frank, PhD (Stanford School of Medicine)

Global Fingerprint of Humans on Bartonella Infection: Insights from the Field and Phylogenies

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                                        Poster Viewing

3:50 – 4:15  Jenny Suckale, PhD, MPA, MSc (Stanford University)

To Wait or Not to Wait: Can We Make Uncertainties in Sea Level Rise Actionable?

4:20 – 4:45  Lynne Gaffikin, MPH, DrPH (Stanford School of Medicine)

One Health in Action- Improving Human Health to Conserve Mountain Gorillas and their Environment:  a “win win win” approach

4:50 – 5:30

Donna M. Bouley DVM, PhD  /   Ashley Zehnder DVM, PhD
Future Strategies for “One Health” at Stanford

5:30: Closing remarks/Poster Awards: