Queensland Alliance for One Health Services events

Join us at our seminars, symposium, and one-off events that focus on the interactions between animal, human and environmental health.

We focus on One Health issues, including:

  • human notifiable zoonotic disease response
  • antimicrobial resistance and the environment
  • comparative environmental oncology
  • foodborne risks. 
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One Health Day

4 November 2022 2:00pm4:00pm
This free event features QAOHS scientists speaking on completed and ongoing research within the Alliance.

One Health Downunder Symposium 2022

12-13 September 2022. Visit Cloudstor to watch videos of speaker presentations and panel discussions from the Symposium.

Rural and urban transmission of chagas disease in the state of Bahia in Brazil

27 July 2022 12:00pm12:30pm
Dr. Reis and his team carried out an entomological study in 145 municipalities in the state of Bahia to identify vulnerable areas of Chagas disease transmission. His team identified the triatomine species in which they performed tests to detect Trypanosoma cruzi.

Forecasting canine tick paralysis admissions with dynamic models

13 July 2022 12:00pm12:30pm
Dr Clark introduces us to methods that are useful for inference and prediction from multi-response time series data. He will showcase how the resulting forecasts can be communicated through a dynamic online dashboard.

Avian influenza dynamics in Bangladesh: past, present and future

8 June 2022 12:00pm12:30pm
Mohammad Mahmudul Hassan will speak about the Avian influenza viruses (AIV) as significant transboundary zoonotic pathogens that concern both animal and public health. He suggests a One Health approach to successfully controlling and limiting avian influenza outbreaks in Bangladesh.
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Preliminary results of the Japanese Encephalitis Vaccination via IntraDermal route trial (JEVID)

25 May 2022 12:00pm12:30pm
Dr Luis Furuya-Kanamori will present preliminary results from a collaborative clinical trial that investigates the immunogenicity of fractional dosing to reduce the cost of Japanese Encephalitis vaccines to sufficiently increase uptake among travellers.

Environmental change and vectorborne zoonotic disease emergence and spread in Australia

11 May 2022 12:00pm12:30pm
In this talk, Ricardo Soares Magalhães will present Australian data and evidence from China on recent zoonotic vectorborne diseases across the Australian landscape. He will discuss insights from these findings to the present and future of zoonotic vectorborne diseases in animal and human populations in Australia.