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Western University of Health Sciences

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Western University of Health Sciences

309 E. Second St.

Pomona, California,91766

United States

Company Description

Western University of Health Sciences (www.westernu.edu), located in Pomona, Calif. and Lebanon, Ore., is an independent nonprofit health professions university, conferring degrees in biomedical sciences, dental medicine, health sciences, medical sciences, nur... more.

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Employment History

Administrative Research Assistant

University of Calgary


Administrative Research Assistant

Alberta Children's Hospital


International Keynote Speaker

National University of Agriculture


Workgroup

World Health Organization


Affiliations

Pomona Valley Chapter UNA

Active Member


The United Nations Association-USA

Pomona Valley UNA Member


United Nations Association

Pomona Valley UNA Member


Education

DVM


PhD

Parasitology

Brunel University


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Faculty & Staff-The College of Veterinary Medicine, Western University of Health Sciences

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Malika Kachani, PhD, DVM - Professor, Parasitology


Biography-Malika Kachani, PhD, DVM-College of Veterinary Medicine - College of Veterinary Medicine Faculty - Western University of Health Sciences

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Malika Kachani, PhD, DVM
Professor, Veterinary Medicine Biographical Information Dr. Kachani's biographical information is: - DVM, Institut Agronomique et Veterinaire (IAV) Hassan II, Rabat, Morocco, 1982 - PhD, Parasitology, Brunel University, London, UK, 1990 Personal Teaching Philosophy Dr. Kachani's personal teaching philosophy is: Professional Interests Dr. Kachani's professional interests are: Research Interests Dr. Kachani's research interests are:


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Malika Kachani PhD, DVM
Professor of Parasitology, Western University of Health Sciences College of Veterinary Medicine, Pomona, California, USA


Western University of Health Sciences

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Malika Kachani, PhD, DVM - Professor, Parasitology
Western University of Health Sciences Malika Kachani, PhD, DVM Professor of Parasitology College of Veterinary Medicine E-Mail: mkachani@westernu.edu Phone: 469-5302 |


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Faculty Spotlight - Dr. Kachani
Faculty Spotlight - Dr. Kachani The College of Veterinary Medicine > Faculty Spotlight - Dr. Kachani Malika Kachani, PhD, DVM - Professor, Parasitology Dr. Malika Kachani Veterinary Professor and parasitologist Dr. Malika Kachani has been recognized on an international stage through several invitations to participate in the following: She was invited by the World Health Organization to attend the Extraordinary Session of the Strategic and Technical Advisory Group Meeting on Neglected Tropical Diseases (STAG NTD) on October 9th, 2012 at the headquarters of the World Health Organization. The objective of the meeting was to reach a consensus on the STAG NTD report, to scorecard for monitoring progress on preventive chemotherapy and to prepare a UN resolution for the Executive Board and for the World Health Assembly, the decision-making body of WHO. She was invited by the CDC to evaluate the Rabies Control program of the CDC in the USA and at the global level, on October 29th - 30th, 2012. She was a member of an international evaluation committee of 6 international experts. The other colleagues were from the PANAFTOSA PAHO Rio de Janeiro Brazil, the NIH Bethesda, MD , the USDA-APHIS Ames IA, the Institut Pasteur Paris France and the Minnesota Department of Health. She reports it was an excellent experience for her to learned and meet and interact with eminent health professionals and incorporated the rabies information and materials in her Global Animal Health course in the veterinary curriculum. On November 21st, she was invited by the WHO to be a member of their list of experts on zoonotic diseases. More about Dr. Malika Kachani When Dr. Kachani joined Western U in 2003 she was clear that the way to positively impact individual, national and international health outcomes was by challenging the status quo and by looking for innovative approaches to health education, disease control and health delivery. A veterinary parasitologist by training, Dr. Kachani has dedicated her career to public health and her personal approach complements the CVM's model of collaborative learning and state of the art veterinary expertise. Dr. Malika Kachani involved with students in Morocco Dr. Kachani is a consultant for the CDC One Health Program and has been integrally involved in their strategic planning for the USA. She is internationally renowned in this regard and she has carried the Western U banner on all of her travels. It goes without saying that Malika has translated her own one health expertise to enhance Western U's IPE program, ensuring that all health professional students benefit from this cross discipline, species spanning approach. Dr. Malika Kachani involved with students in Peru Dr. Kachani offers students field exposures and unique global perspectives that are inaccessible from the classroom environment. By taking health professional students to the Atlas Mountains of Morocco, to the Andes in Peru, to the rainforests of Honduras and back home to the desert South West of the United States of America, Dr. Kachani is helping to provide Western U students not only a world class education but also an education of benefit to the world. While Dr. Kachani sometimes moves in lofty scientific circles she has always found a way to bring Western U, her students and her colleagues along for the ride!


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