Jay Hyman Professor of Wildlife Health and Health Policy
Steven Osofsky is the Jay Hyman Professor of Wildlife Health and Health Policy in the College of Veterinary Medicine. His current interests include conservation of free-ranging wildlife; relationships among sustainable conservation, system resilience, economic development, and human health and well-being; and developing science-based policy guidance to address challenges at the interface of wildlife, agriculture and other types of land use, and people. Current efforts include the Animal and Human Health for the Environment And Development (AHEAD) program and the Planetary Health Alliance.
- IAD Core Faculty
- SEAP Faculty Associate