Peer Reviewed Publications
2016 Boma to banda – A disease sentinel concept for reduction of diarrhoea (Pastoralism) - Authors: Wolking, Clifford, Kelly, Kamani, Smith, Kazwala, Mazet.
2016 Advancing the ‘One Health’ workforce by integrating ecosystem health practice into veterinary medical education: The Envirovet Summer Institute (Health Education Journal) - Authors: Schwind, Gilardi, Beasley, Mazet, Smith.
2016 Demographics and parasites of African buffalo (Syncerus caffer Sparrman, 1779) in Ruaha National Park, Tanzania (African Journal of Ecology) - Authors: Roug, Muse, Smith, Mazet, Kazwala, Harvey, Paul, Meing’ataki, Banga, and Clifford).
2015 Educating pastoralists and extension officers on diverse livestock diseases in a changing climate in Tanzania (Pastoralism: Research, Policy and Practice) - Authors: Gustafson, VanWormer, Kazwala, Makweta, Paul, Smith, and Mazet.
2014 Stakeholders in One Health (Revue scientifique et technique – Office international des epizooties) - Authors: Mazet, Uhart, Keyyu.
2014 Utility of a fecal real-time PCR protocol for detection of Mycobacterium bovis infection in African buffalo (Syncerus caffer) (Journal of Wildlife Diseases) – Authors: Roug, Geoghegan, Wellington, Miller, Travis, Porter, Cooper, Clifford, Mazet, Parsons.
2014 Evaluation of local media surveillance for improved disease recognition and monitoring in global hotspot regions (PLoS ONE) – Authors: Schwind, Wolking, Brownstein, PREDICT Consortium, Mazet, Smith.
2014 Comparison of intervention methods for reducing human exposure to Mycobacterium bovis through milk in pastoralist households of Tanzania (Preventive Veterinary Medicine) - Authors: Roug, Perez, Mazet, Clifford, VanWormer, Paul, Kazwala, and Smith.
2014 Spatial predictors of bovine tuberculosis infection and Brucella spp. exposure in pastoralist and agropastoralist livestock herds in the Ruaha ecosystem of Tanzania (Trop Anim Health Prod) - Authors: Roug, Clifford, Mazet, Kazwala, John, Coppolillo, and Smith.
2013 Integrating the Management of Ruaha Landscape of Tanzania with Local Needs and Preferences (Environmental Management) - Authors: Masozera, Erickson, Clifford, Coppolillo, Sadiki, and Mazet.
2013 Tuberculosis infection in wildlife from the Ruaha ecosystem Tanzania: implications for wildlife, domestic animals, and human health (Epidemiology & Infection) - Authors: Clifford, Kazwala, Sadiki, Roug, Muse, Coppolillo, and Mazet.
2009 A “One Health” Approach to Address Emerging Zoonoses: The HALI Project in Tanzania (PLOS Medicine) - Authors: Mazet, Clifford, Coppolillo, Deolalikar, Erickson, and Kazwala.
Wildlife Health Handbook: Guide to Recognizing, Investigating, and Reporting Diseases of Concern for Wildlife Conservation and Human Health... An interactive guide and educational/training resource for protected area rangers, scouts, and others working with wildlife or eco-tourism
Click here for the Kiswahili translation of the Wildlife Health Handbook...
Research and Policy Briefs
Livestock Climate Change CRSP Research Briefs
Pastoralist Access to Livestock Health Services: Implications for Climate Change-Driven Disease
Global Livestock CRSP Research Briefs
10-01-HALI: New Medicine for Emerging Zoonoses: Reducing Disease Risk at Human-Animal Interfaces in Tanzania Using a One Health Approach
10-02-HALI: Integrating the Management of the Ruaha Landscape of Tanzania with Local Needs and Preferences
10-03-HALI: Fecal Pathogen Pollution in Surface Waters of the Ruaha Ecosystem, Tanzania
10-04-HALI: Public Health and Rural Livelihoods under Water Scarcity in the Ruaha Landscape, Tanzania
10-05-HALI: Calf Diarrhea and Public Health: Herd and Household Exposure to Cryptosporidium and Giardia in the Ruaha Landscape, Tanzania (coming soon)
09-01-HALI: Landscape Factors Associated with Livestock Disease Deaths in Idodi and Pawaga Divisions, Tanzania
09-02-HALI: Building Human Capacity to Solve Ecosystem Health Challenges in Developing Countries
09-03-HALI: Capturing Women’s Voices: Socioeconomics and Gender-Roles in Pastoralist Households in the Ruaha Landscape, Tanzania
08-01-HALI: Evaluating and Managing Zoonotic Disease Risk in Rural Tanzania
08-02-HALI: The Unintended Consequences of Development Assistance: The Case of Usangu in Tanzania
08-03-HALI: Innovative Approaches to Evaluate Household Health and Livelihoods in Pastoral and Agropastoral Communities
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