Field Notes Blog

October 12, 2021
If we want to prevent the next pandemic before it starts, we need to expand the concept of exposure and look at the larger picture. Read more ›
October 12, 2021
We have learned several big lessons from past experience about how changing food systems can help protect people from zoonotic viruses. Read more ›
October 7, 2021
USAID has made incredible investments in building expertise and infrastructure in One Health across the region, and STOP Spillover has the potential to leverage USAID’s investments and have a major impact. Read more ›
September 13, 2021
SEAOHUN and its country networks work together to develop a resilient and competent One Health workforce to effectively prevent, detect, and respond to infectious disease threats by leveraging education, research, and training excellence provided by member universities. Read more ›
September 7, 2021
As the COVID-19 pandemic continues to impact our daily lives, most of us the world over now know what it takes to avoid getting sick. We can change our individual behaviors (e.g. wearing masks and avoiding indoor group gatherings) to help minimize the chance of being infected or infecting others. Read more ›
July 14, 2021
At STOP Spillover we know that outbreaks can start or stop at the country level, and that country-level and country-led interventions are key to preventing and reducing the impact of outbreaks. Read more ›
July 14, 2021
Strategies to Prevent Spillover (or “STOP Spillover”), is a global consortium funded by the U.S. Agency for International Development and led by Tufts University, that takes the next critical steps in understanding and addressing the risks posed by known zoonotic viral diseases with potential to spill over from animals to people. Read more ›