Effective prevention of infectious disease outbreaks and compromised food safety requires a coordinated effort by a diverse team spanning disciplines and borders. In ITraP, interdisciplinary graduate students from across the University of Saskatchewan and international partner universities learn to collaboratively devise solutions to current One Health issues at the human-animal-environment interface. Each year students from across Canada and internationally participate in this program via webconferencing and their perspectives are invaluable.
For more information about the program, including scholarship opportunities and application requirements, please see the attachment or visit us at http://www.usask.ca/itrap.
Applications will be accepted until 15 September 2016.