Join us at the Ecological Levers for Health State of the Science Summit during this year's Ecology and Evolution of Infectious Disease Annual Meeting (EEID). Speakers will consider pressing public health and conservation problems and how ecological approaches can help find joint solutions.
This session is sponsored by the Science for Nature and People Partnerhsip (SNAPP). The session and the subsequent Stanford-sponsored social event kick off a SNAPP Levers for Health working group.
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Introduction. Kevin Lafferty (USGS) Using ecological levers rather than paradigms to solve human health challenges
Contributed Talk: Heather Tallis (The Nature Conservancy)
Contributed Talk: Megan Murray (T.H. Chan School of Public Health, Harvard University)
Contributed Talk: Taylor Ricketts (The Gund Institute for Ecological Economics, University of Vermont)
Contributed Talk: Raina Plowright (Montana State University) Environmental levers of dynamic zoonotic systems: human-bat-pathogen interactions
Contributed Talk: Sanna Sokolow (Stanford) Restoring river prawns to combat schistosomiasis