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Coverage of National Fish and Wildlife Foundation contract with FL FWC

WMBB has covered the NFWF project outreach in Apalachicola, including several quotations from EGH professor Dr. Andrew Kane. See the two articles below.   Special Report: Edge of Extinction  APALACHICOLA, Fla. The oyster industry has been the foundation of Apalachicola’s economy for more than a century. But is that…

CDC Awards Significant New Grant

CDC in partnership with NIOSH awards PHHP a nearly $10 million, five-year grant to support the new Southeastern and Coastal Center for Agricultural Safety and Health, to be directed by J. Glenn Morris, Emerging Pathogens Institute (left). The new Center will address the unique occupational safety and health challenges of…

EGH Participates in PHHP 28th Annual Research Day

  Wednesday, April 8th, was the College of Public Health and Health Professionals 28th Annual Research Day. Three students of the College of Environmental and Global Health presented posters of their research, two of which made it in the Top 7 Abstracts, one tied for first. Helena…

EGH’s First Prospective Student Day!

Monday, March  30th, was the Department of Environmental and Global Health’s first ever prospective student day.  Students traveled from the icy terrains of Chicago, Illinois and Columbus, Ohio to hear more about the department from Mrs. Caronne Rush, Dr. Kane, Dr. Sabo-Attwood, Dr. Bisesi, and Dr. Afsar.   The students and…

Seminar Series

​ Date Presenter Title 9/1/15 Chuck Higgins 9/8/15 One Health Course 9/15/15 Tracy Fanara An Introduction to Mote Marine Laboratory in Ecotoxicology, Ocean Technology, and Environmental Health 9/22/15 Yaser Alsahafi, Moise Ngwa   Oral Disease Risk Among Farmers Handling Small Ruminants, Spatial and Temporal Epidemiology of Cholera in Cameroon 9/29/15 Rebecca…

Catherine McDermott, Environmental Health MPH student, wins poster award

MPH-EH student, Catherine McDermott, recently presented the poster from her thesis project titled “Pathogens as a Mosquito Bio-control Method: Quantifying the Susceptibility of Three Genera of Mosquitoes to Aedes sollicitans Nuclear Polyhedrosis Virus (AesoNPV).” McDermott’s poster was named as the Most Innovative MPH Poster among all graduating students in the…

Faculty Professional Skills

Professional skills Faculty member Microbiology Ali Molecular biology Ali Cholera and diarrheal pathogens Ali Environmental persistence of diarrheal pathogens Ali Pathogen / contaminant exposure assessments with aquatic animals, including gross and histopathology Kane Behavioral toxicology Kane Aquatic toxicology Kane Aquatic microbiology Kane…

Andrew S. Kane, MS, PhD

Associate Professor Email: kane@ufl.edu Phone: (352) 273-9090 Office: Room 101 Aquatic Pathobiology (Building 1379)   Areas of Expertise: Aquatic Toxicology and Pathology Aquatic Environmental Health Community-Based Science Lab Website: http://aquaticpath.phhp.ufl.edu/ Current CV About Dr. Andrew Kane Andrew Kane, Ph.D., is and Associate Professor…

6th annual ISAAH

Dr. Andrew Kane Directed the 6th Annual International Symposium on Aquatic Animal Health Over 250 participants from 44 countries attended the symposium in Tampa, FL on September 5-9. Find more information and photos here.