The winners

Here are the winners of the Awards assigned on the evening of October 15th



The unifying moment of the three days is the One Health Awards, intended for research excellence on the national and international scene, but also for the dissemination and commitment to the planet so that One Health, One Earth comes out more and more from the academic discussion to enter steadily in the public debate.

Four Awards are thus envisaged for:


The Scientific Committee


World Health Organization representative in Tunisia, professional with 30 years’ experience in health development and management in the UK, West Bank, Gaza, Egypt, Bulgaria, Lebanon, Philippines, Pakistan, Denmark and Gulf countries. He facilitated development, policy and health reform programs in collaboration with senior government officials.

UNICEF officer in Gulf countries; immunization officer for Denmark; health and nutrition director for UNICEF Pakistan. Senior advisor at EU; deputy director Institute for International Development at Harvard University; senior advisor at Department for International Development.


CEO of the American Society for Microbiology. He has been executive director of the American Society for Cell Biology and scientific executive for the National Institutes of Health.


Virologist at St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital. She earned his graduation degree from the University of Wisconsin-Platteville and his PhD from the University of Alabama-Birmingham before returning to Wisconsin to complete his postdoctoral training in influenza virology. Internationally renowned researcher, Dr. Schultz-Cherry is Deputy Director of the Collaborating Center on Influenza of the World Health Organization. Editor in Chief of the prestigious Journal of Virology of the American Society for Microbiology.

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