One Health Intern Program

One Health is an effective approach to improving health outcomes at the human-animal-environment interface of zoonotic, infectious, and environmental disease control.

The CPH One Health Intern program incorporates experts in human health, animal health, environmental health, and other allied medical fields.

Students interested in learning about monitoring and controlling public health threats, and how diseases spread among people, animals, and the environment should apply. For more information see the Columbus Public Health Student Intern Flyer(PDF, 126KB).

The Disease List link, shown below, discloses the diseases currently in the CPH One Health database. Interns are required to review current research and update information on a number of these diseases as established and agreed upon during the initial interview and selection process. Interns are also required to develop and give an in-person or virtual standardized PowerPoint presentation on one or more of the diseases to a public health and allied health audience at the end of their internship.