On This Episode Of The Public Health Epidemiology Conversations (PHEC) Podcast
For Hayley Yaglom, the key to successful public health initiatives is multidisciplinary collaboration across human health systems, animal health systems, and their shared environment. As a One Health Genomics Epidemiologist, Hayley’s role at the Translational Genomics Research Institute involves implementing genomics surveillance programs with the goal of helping healthcare systems and communities better deal with rising cases of antimicrobial resistance and healthcare associated infections. Public health issues are not always clear cut, and Hayley is a creative thinker who is adding so much value to the field! We end this episode with some excellent advice for anyone interested in building a career in public health.
Meet Hayley Yaglom
Hayley Yaglom is the One Health Genomics Epidemiologist at the Translational Genomics Research Institute in Flagstaff, Arizona, known as TGen North. Her current work focuses on implementing and expanding one health genomic surveillance programs in Arizona and across the Southwest. She serves as a liaison to the public health, clinical, tribal, and animal health community, and strives to enhance genomic epidemiology capacity and build collaborative partnerships to respond to critical one health pathogens and issues. Hayley spearheads the Southwest One Health Collaborative and Arizona COVID-19 & Pets Testing program. She previously worked as a Senior Vector-borne and Zoonotic Disease Epidemiologist at the Arizona Department of Health Services from 2014-2019, and graduated with a MPH in Veterinary Public Health and Epidemiology from the University of Missouri.
Listen To This Episode Of The Public Health Epidemiology Conversations (PHEC) Podcast
Introducing Hayley Yaglom, the One Health Genomics Epidemiologist at TGen.
An overview of Hayley’s career trajectory.
What drew Hayley into the world of public health.
Hayley’s diverse educational journey.
Defining One Health.
How Hayley became aware of the One Health concept.
An example of the One Health projects that Hayley has been involved with.
One of the most pressing public health issues she has seen.
What Hayley’s current role at TGen involves.
How TGen responded to the COVID-19 pandemic.
The power of connecting people across disciplines.
Why out-the-box thinking is so important to a One Health approach.
Advice for anyone building a career in the public health sphere.
Hayley's Career Advice To Public Health Students and Graduates
"Follow your passion, network and know your skillset and how you want to advance that." - Haylay Yaglom
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