Baton Rouge, La. – September is Emergency Preparedness month. In an effort to ensure that the Southern University community and the residents of Baton Rouge are adequately prepared for the next disaster, the Southern Institute for One Health, One Medicine will host an emergency preparedness seminar at 2 p.m. on Sept. 27 in room 116 of Fisher Hall.
The seminar will be led by Dr. Willie Dubois Taylor, Jr., Clinical Resident of Laboratory Animal Medicine at the Centers for Disease Center and Prevention (CDC).
The Southern University Institute for One Health, One Medicine was developed to conduct biomedical and agricultural research to improve the lives of both humans and animals.
The Institute advocates for research that benefits animal and human health and well-being and believes that we are uniquely qualified to lead research efforts to that purpose.
For additional information about the Southern University Institute for One Health, One Medicine, visit http://www.suagcenter.com/page/southern-institute-for-one-health-one-medicine-siohom.