Peter Rabinowitz

Peter Rabinowitz, MD, MPH, directs the Center for One Health Research and has multiple faculty appointments including Associate Professor, Global Health, at UW.  The “One Health” center explores linkages between human, animal, and environmental health. Dr. Rabinowitz has expertise in zoonotic infectious disease; diseases of animal workers; microbiome sharing between humans and animals; emerging infectious disease; antimicrobial resistance animal sentinels of environmental health hazards; and noise and hearing loss.

Dr. Rabinowitz also directs the Canary Database, an online resource for evidence about animals as sentinels of environmental health threats from both toxic and infectious hazards. He was a visiting scientist at the Global Influenza Program of the WHO, and also in the Animal Health Division of the U.N. Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO).  He completed a Family Medicine residency through the University of California San Francisco, and completed fellowships in General Preventive Medicine and Occupational and Environmental Medicine at the Yale School of Medicine.

Program Highlights

Global Health Security Agenda in Kenya
I-TECH Kenya’s GHSA funded programs aim to advance the Global Health Security Agenda through strengthening information systems and reporting ...
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Infection Prevention and Control in Kenya
I-TECH partners with the CDC National Center for Emerging and Zoonotic Infectious Disease to create e-learning modules in collaboration with the World Health Organization, Jhpiego, and the Infection Control Action Network. The modules aim to build clinical skills and technical knowledge in infection prevention and control among health care workers ...
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