Welcome to EcoHealth
The International Association for Ecology and Health, in short EcoHealth, is a scholarly organization with members from all continents. EcoHealth is committed to fostering the health of humans, animals and ecosystems and to conducting research which recognizes the inextricable linkages between the health of all species and their environments. A basic tenet held is that health and wellbeing cannot be sustained in a resource depleted, polluted and socially unstable planet. This is why EcoHealth scholars and practitioners engage in integrated systemic approaches to health that sustain ecosystem health services, foster social stability and promote the peaceful coexistence of humans, animals and their environments.
New Blog Posted[27 May 2016] Click here to read about sustainable development in practice at the Montreal University Mental Health Institute.
International Society of Systems Science 2016 Conference – Call for Abstracts Open
[25 May 2016] The International Association for Ecology and Health recently signed a Memorandum of Understanding with the International Society of System Science (ISSS) to cross-promote our work. To that end, click here to find out more about the upcoming ISSS 2016 Conference – held jointly at the University of Colorado, Boulder, Colorado, USA and the University of Vignan, Vadlamudi, India from 24-30 July 2016.
Zika Webinar Posted[5 May 2016] Miss yesterday’s webinar ‘On the Front Lines of the Zika Virus Epidemic in the Americas’? Visit the Webinar Archive to watch.
Webinar: On the Frontlines of the Zika virus epidemic in the Americas[25 April 2016] The International Association of Ecology and Health (IAEH) and EcoHealth Alliance are proud to present a live discussion via webinar with two scientists on the frontlines of Zika virus research and prevention. Dr. Felipe Naveca is the Deputy Director of research at FIOCRUZ ILMD Amazon institute in Manaus, Brazil where he is working to develop diagnostic tests and control methods for the mosquito vector of Zika virus. Dr. Jay Varma is the Deputy Director of Infectious Disease at the New York City Department of Health and is preparing for the spread of Zika in New York City and the United States.
- Outstanding Contribution to the Field of EcoHealth
- Exceptional Early Career Contribution to the field of EcoHealth (nominee must be within 10 years of completion of PhD)
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EcoHealth Art Competition
The IAEH Ecohealth Art Competition runs prior to the IAEH biennial conferences. The artists communicate a wide range of subjects and emotions related to environmental change, society, health and well-being. See the full portfolio of past winners and honorable mentions here. The call for the 2016 competition is published!
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