Texas A&M University One Health Initiative
In a leadership role, establish local, national, and global academic, public and private, and not for profit partnerships and collaboration to develop world class educational, research, and service programs for environmental, human, and animal health for the health and well-being of humans, animals, and the environment in which they live.
Improved health and well-being of humans and animals and the environments in which they live.
The Texas A&M One Health Initiative is Guided by its Mission and the Land Grant Philosophy
The initiative is dedicated to the discovery, development, communication, and application of knowledge in a wide range of academic and professional fields providing the highest quality undergraduate, graduate, and professional programs to prepare students to assume roles in leadership, responsibility, and service to society.
TAMU's One Health program builds on the strength of the university and the State of Texas from discovery to application and commercialization allowing for the discovery, learning, and applied research to meet societal needs. Texas is the second most populous state in the union and is number one in livestock numbers of cattle, horses, and small ruminants with 36% of the nation's beef fed in the Panhandle. Texas is both a border and coastal state with rich cultural diversity.
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(One Health, Texas A&M University, 2015)