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World Rabies Day: One Health, Zero Deaths

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APHA’s Rabies and Viral Zoonoses workgroup undertake work to reduce the risk of rabies and protect animals and humans in the UK and abroad. In this blog, we hear from Dr. Guanghui Wu as she talks about this important area of work and her passion stemming from an early childhood experience.

APHA celebrates the work of our female scientists on International Day of Women and Girls in Science 2021

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Today marks the sixth International Day of Women and Girls in Science. This year, we highlight the range of roles and opportunities available to women in science. The accompanying video features a small selection of our female scientists explaining their roles and why APHA is a great place to work.

Inspiring a new generation of female scientists

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Female scientist holding a pipette and wearing a white lab coat. Text reads 'International Day of Women and Girls in Science 2020 11th February 2020'.

Tuesday 11 February 2020, marks the fifth International Day of Women and Girls in Science. In this blog, Flavie Vial, our Lead Scientist for Wildlife, explains more about the day and asks some of our female scientists to share their personal experiences and offer advice to school-aged girls interested in STEM careers.