Bio: Since joining as Assistant Professor of Food Animal Microbiomes in 2019, my career has been dedicated to addressing key global challenges in animal health, production efficiency, and antimicrobial resistance through a One Health perspective. A cornerstone of my approach has been my unique capability to foster dialogue and collaboration among diverse groups of professionals. This includes facilitating conversations between social scientists, veterinarians, medical doctors, professors, and government officials - groups that do not traditionally interact closely. My transdisciplinary projects, spanning several countries, have successfully brought together experts from varying disciplines to understand and influence animal microbiomes, aiming to enhance both animal and human health while addressing antimicrobial resistance. This experience has honed my skills in creating synergistic environments where interdisciplinary collaboration thrives, leading to innovative solutions and impactful research. This ability to bridge diverse fields is particularly pertinent for the proposed initiative.
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