by Tiyeyosibina Jegede What is Antimicrobial resistance? Antimicrobial resistance (AMR) or antibiotic resistance (AR) occurs when microorganisms change and become resistant to antimicrobial drugs used against them. Antibiotic resistance constitutes a significant public health problem because the more resistant bacteria become to the drugs currently being used against them, the more difficult they become to… Continue reading ANTIMICROBIAL RESISTANCE


Author; Tiyeyosibina Jegede Defination; RABIES is a viral disease caused by Neuro invasive viruses which affects mammals and causes inflammation of the brain and spinal cord. It is said to have been transmitted by racoons, bats and foxes. Aetiology; RABIES is caused by lyssavirus in the family Rhabdoviridae. Mode of Transmission; The Virus is Transmitted… Continue reading RABIES


Authors: Tiyeyosibina Jegede, Gacheri Damaris, Ifteqar Hassan. Rabies is one of the most overlooked zoonotic and fully vaccine-preventable viral diseases with 100% case fatality rate. Rabies is caused by rabies virus which belongs to the genus lyssavirus and family Rhabdoviridae. Warm blooded vertebrates such as dogs and bats serve as the natural host for the virus… Continue reading PREVALENCE OF RABIES IN AFRICA AND ASIA

Attend the 3rd Who’s Who in Student One Health Webinar!

The International Student One Health Alliance (ISOHA) is hosting the 2019 ISOHA Who's Who in One Health global webinar at 8am EST on March 2nd, 2019. The purpose of this webinar is to:  - Introduce One Health student groups to the global One Health community  - Create awareness on the breadth of student One Health… Continue reading Attend the 3rd Who’s Who in Student One Health Webinar!