Episode 11: One Health lessons from dealing with avian influenza in a city of 30M people. Special Guest: Chanchal Bhattacharya

If you are using a VPN and/or not able to view the podcast player below, please click on the Apple Podcast icon instead. Happy Listening!

One Health Wednesdays highlights work in One Health to encourage awareness, solutions, and professional development. Chanchal Bhattacharya is a public health veterinarian with the Government of Delhi with a wealth of experiences to share in zoonotic surveillance, animal husbandry, and policy and planning. He shares lessons learned from avian influenza outbreaks in India, interdisciplinary planning for the Indian ABC program for rabies eradication, changes in human Kyasanur forest disease (KFD) infections with climate change, and the need for involvement of other specialties in One Health such as economists, sociologists, and ecologists. Dr. Bhattacharya has graciously offered to serve as a mentor or advisor for students and individuals who are interested in contacting him to learn more about zoonoses and One Health.


Thank you for leaving a rating and review on your favourite podcast app to help us share this podcast!

Want to hear your voice on the podcast?  Send in a voice message at: https://anchor.fm/OHW/message

Want Early Access to Everything
One Health Wednesday?

Signup Now!