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Landaverde Selected for Global One Health Fellowship

Andrea Landaverde

Congratulations to Andrea Landaverde, NC State University PhD student in the Department of Biological Sciences, who has been selected as a 2024-2025 Global One Health Fellow at NC State University!   As a Global One Health Fellow, Landaverde will receive a $34,000 stipend, insurance, and tuition.

According to The Global One Health Fellows website, the program, “Brings together an interdisciplinary cohort of graduate students from across the university. Through courses, networking, and opportunities for professional development, fellows broaden their knowledge in multiple domains of One Health while learning from peers and mentors to bring new perspectives that facilitate a deeper understanding in their field of study.”

Landaverde, originally from El Salvador, earned her Bachelor of Science degree in Environmental Sciences from Zamorano University, and her Master’s degree in Environmental Toxicology from Clemson University. As a PhD student at NC State, she is working in the Rodgers lab at the Center of Marine Sciences and Technology (CMAST).  Prior to joining the Rodgers lab, she worked as a marine technician at the Mission-Aransas National Estuarine Research Reserve and as a management scientist with The Nature Conservancy.  Landaverde says, “I look forward to the opportunities provided by the One Health Academy and making meaningful contributions to the One Health community with my research.”