Armaghan (Army) Nasim worked at the Center as a Graduate Resaerch Assitant while concurrently completing a Master of Public Health at the Virginia Maryland College of Veterinary Medicine, Virginia Tech. She is interested in wildlife medicine, especially infectious diseases at the wildlife-human and wildlife-domestic animal-human interfaces. She plans to integrate her veterinary background with disease outbreak prevention and response on a global level.
While working for the Center, Army worked with Dr. Katz and the OIE to complete a One Health project and report focused on the scope and breadth of veterinary services in national multi-hazard preparedness plans. The results of this work were presented at an OIE Workshop on Approaches to Improving Sustainable Management of Animal Health Emergencies held in Paris in November of 2019.