ABOUT US


We focus on the link between health and agriculture, infectious and zoonotic diseases, chemical pollution, food safety and nutrition. Research is conducted at different levels (molecular, individual, and population) and from labs to the field. Our ultimate goal is to promote the understanding that health issues are related to ecosystems and to use research outputs to inform policy to change and improve the health of the most vulnerable populations


Pham Duc Phuc
Vu Van Tu
Dang Xuan Sinh
Nguyen Viet Hung
Nguyen Bich Thao
Tran Thi Kim Tuyen
Trinh Thu Hang

Nguyen Thanh Luong
Dush Ramachandran
Erik Stafford
Chris Luck
Kevin Wilke
Laura Betterly
Shelby Larson
 
 
 
 

 

NEWS

Signing ceremony for the partnership framework of Vietnam One Health Partnership for zoonoses

In Vietnam, COVID-19 pandemic has made seriously consequences on almost sectors of economic.

Training to enhance knowledge and practice about pork safety for consumer in Hung Yen province on 17 Jan 2021

      In January 17th , 2021, as part of food safety risk communication activities, the research group of the SafePORK project from Center for Public Health and Ecosys

Training to enhance knowledge and skill about pork safety risk communication workshop for medical and veterinary staffs district and commune level of Tien Lu district, Hung Yen province on 17 November 2020

In 17 Nov, Center for Public health and Ecosystem Research collaborated with International Livestock Research Institute, Vietnam University of Agriculture and Sub-Department of A

RISK COMMUNICATION ABOUT PORK-BORNE PARASITIC DISEASES FOR ETHNIC MINORITIES IN CAO SON AND GIAP DAT COMMUNE, DA BAC DISTRICT, HOA BINH PROVINCE

The activity was carried out with the help and coordination of the Da Bac Preventive Medical Center, the Da Bac Animal Husbandry and Veterinary Station, the local authorities and especially the enthusiastic participation of the people in the two communes of Cao Son and Giap Dat.The activity was carried out with the help and coordination of the Da Bac Preventive Medical Center, the Da Bac Animal Husbandry and Veterinary Station, the local authorities and especially the enthusiastic participation of the people in the two communes of Cao Son and Giap Dat.

Are COVID-19 and other emerging infectious diseases a message from Mother Nature? —Leading Vietnamese media outlet interviews two of Vietnam’s Ecohealth experts

VTV1, the leading Vietnamese state-run media outlet, recently interviewed Hung Nguyen, regional representative for East and Southeast Asia and senior scientist at the International Livestock Research Institute (ILRI), and Tuyet Hanh Tran, associate professor at the Hanoi University of Public Health (HUPH). The interview explored the connections between ecosystem disruptions and emerging and re-emerging infectious human diseases, especially zoonotic diseases (those shared by animals and people) in the context of the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.

Recruitment: Research assistant in Food Safety at Hanoi University of Public Health

The research project “Market-based approaches to improving the safety of pork in Vietnam” (SafePORK) aims to reduce the burden of food-borne disease in informal, emerging and niche markets. SafePORK will develop and evaluate light-touch market-based approaches to improving food safety, while safeguarding livelihoods in the pork sector. This project is coordinated by the International Livestock Research Institute (ILRI) in collaboration with HUPH, Vietnam National University of Agriculture, and National Institute of Animal Science and private sectors.