The One Health Institute, the Wildlife Health Center and our Centers of Expertise are committed to educating world leaders in veterinary medicine. We offer and support a variety of fellowship, externship, research and residency opportunities, and our faculty serve as mentors.
One Health Fellowship
This two-year fellowship with the One Health Institute exposes early-career health professionals to academia, collaborative research and opportunities to develop skills in health science, advocacy, policy work and leadership. The fellow supports the Institute’s executive director and serves as a liaison with stakeholders, government agencies and international animal and public health organizations. The fellow also leads one or more projects in an area of interest and plays an active role in advancing the OHI’s Centers, programs and projects.
This fellowship is currently filled. Learn about our One Health Fellow Eri Togami.
UC Global Health Institute (UCGHI) GloCal Health Fellowship
The UC Global Health Institute's GloCal Health Fellowship supports a 12-month, mentored research fellowship for investigators interested in studying diseases and conditions in developing countries. The fellowship is designed for U.S. doctoral students, professional students and postdoctoral fellows. Jonna Mazet and Woutrina Smith are participating mentors from the One Health Institute.
The next application period is for 2020-21 fellows. Applications will be due in November 2020 for fellowships beginning in July 2021. For more information, visit the UC GloCal Health Fellowship webpage. Learn about our 2018-19 GloCal Health Fellow, June Barrera.
Students Training in Advanced Research (STAR) Program
Offered through the UC Davis School of Medicine, the STAR Program offers funded veterinary and biomedical research opportunities with faculty mentors each summer. Faculty in the One Health Institute, Wildlife Health Center and California Raptor Center serve as mentors for the STAR program, including:
Visit the STAR Program website for more information.