Summary of the 12-Month Final Report of Five Seed Grants: November 1, 2014 – October 31, 2015
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DescriptionIn 2014, the Texas A&M One Health Initiative program identified 4 major themes and invited all Texas A&M faculty to submit research proposals which were interdisciplinary, collaborative, transformative, and addressed One Health societal needs. Five of the 23 proposals submitted were selected for funding. Funding for 4 projects originated from the Texas A&M Council of Deans and the Vice President for Research, and the fifth project from an external private donor. The 4 themes were: Global Health and Security, Accessible and Affordable Healthcare, Chronic Diseases and Conditions, and Safe and Available Food and Water. The principal investigators (PI), their colleges, theme, project title, and brief statement for each are listed below. Four were each awarded $50,000, and Dr. Lawhon was awarded $25,000.
Krecek, Rosina C (2015). Summary of the 12-Month Final Report of Five Seed Grants: November 1, 2014 – October 31, 2015. One Health, Texas A&M University. Available electronically from