Schedule of Events
|10:00-10:15||Introduction & Welcome||
Secretary of Agriculture, Bill Northey, will give a special address.
Title: The Importance of One Health in Agriculture and the State of Iowa.
Dr. Kelly Baker will be discussing the concept of One Health through her research on environmental water quality.
Title: The Landscape of Enteric Pathogen Contamination in low-income, urban neighborhoods of Kisumu, Kenya.
Moderators: Dylan Clark, Dr. Daniel Chertow, Dr. Kristen Obbink
Dylan Clark will be discussing his time as a student focused in One Health and bridging the gap between diverse careers.
Title: Health and Climate Change; moving beyond hurricanes and heat waves.
Lunch will be provided by Hy-Vee
|1-2:20||Problem Solving Session .||The sessions will be interactive as participants take part in developing a surveillance or response plan for a highly pathogenic Avian Influenza outbreak in Iowa.|
|2:30-3:10||Break Out Session 1||Two different sessions directed by:
Dr. Matt Ellinwood – The Mucopolysaccharidoses: An Inborn Error of Metabolism at the interface of Human and Animal Health, Disease Prevention, and Therapeutics
Dr. Kristen Obbink – Outbreak Response: The Power of Collaboration through Multidisciplinary Teams
Break Out Session 2
Two different sessions directed by:
Jennifer Elwood – State Hygienic Laboratory: What Do We Do?
Dr. Chris Hay – Iowa Nutrient Reduction Strategy: A Coordination Strategy for Reducing Nutrient Loading and Improving Water Quality
|4:00-5:00||Keynote address & Poster Session Awards||
Dr. Daniel Chertow will talk about his clinical experience with Ebola. He will go into depth about medical infrastructures in Africa and the need to set individual patient care during large disease outbreaks.
Title: Working with Ebola and Beyond.
*Schedule is subject to change.