The very first One Health EJP Summer School will be hosted by the University of Surrey, in collaboration with WUR, Chatham House and Public Health England. Watch this space for more information!
What is the aim of the One Health EJP Summer School?
Summer schools are an important component of the One Health EJP (OHEJP), as they provide training opportunities for the next generation of young scientists from across Europe. The One Heath European Joint Programme (OHEJP) summer school aims to provide knowledge, skills and competencies regarding efficient solutions to the multifaceted infectious disease global challenges to human, animal and environmental health through cross-disciplinary research, education and collaboration between the EJP partners and stakeholders. The summer school will focus on major One Health themes including zoonoses, emerging diseases, and antimicrobial resistance. These scientific, but also social interactions are an important goal and aspect of integration of the summer school.
This summer school is targeted towards medical and veterinary science bachelor’s students, Masters students, PhD students and Early Career Researchers and researchers with some experience in a One Health related field. Other related field such as biological, environmental and social sciences are also welcome.
Students and researchers belonging to any of the OHEJP partner institutes can apply.
Students and researchers external to the OHEJP partner institutes are also eligible to apply.