We aim to develop a focused, mutually beneficial, high impact, sustainable education and training system that enable Ohio State and strategic global partners to address complex issues at the interface of human health, animal health, plant health and environmental quality.
- Conduct annual One Health Summer Institute and short workshops
- Expand the use of synchronous and asynchronous distance education platforms
- Strengthen short-term service learning and exchange multi-disciplinary professional, graduate and post-doctoral students and scholars, including clinical resident rotations
- Strengthen educational twinning programs in diverse discipline areas
- Continue and strengthen sandwich PhD and postdoctoral scholarships
- Provide adjunct skills including trainings on improved language, scientific presentation skills, proposal writing and Responsible Conduct of Research
Today, hundreds of Ohio State students, faculty and staff are involved in GOHi, building capacity within communicable and non-communicable diseases that are caused by biological and chemical hazards.
GOHi uses innovative approaches to ensure impactful and lasting capacity building. Learn more about the following current projects: