One-Health Fellowship is an enterprise of National Academy of Sciences USA (NAS-USA) to foster international research collaborations with an aim to combat the most pressing global health threats. Dr. Aneela Javed , Assistant Professor at ASAB has been selected for a 12 month scholarship award as part of “One-Health initiative in Pakistan”. Dr Aneela Javed along with her team members Dr. Peter John, Dr. Attya Bhatti and Dr. Sobia Manzoor submitted their project proposal entitled “Molecular surveillance and risk factor evaluation of Crimean Congo Haemorrhagic fever (CCHF) in Pakistan”. Out of several projects submitted from 45 different universities and research institutes of Pakistan, initially 9 projects were short listed by NAS-USA and project team was invited to defend the proposal in “Pakistan One-Health Fellowship Symposium in Dubai from February 29 to March 4, 2016. The fellowship will comprise of 2 phases, an abroad research component at the National University of Singapore Graduate Medical School (DUKE-NUS) in Singapore (up to 5 months) and the implementation of her project at home research facility in Pakistan. Dr. Linfa Wang will be the Host collaborator in DUKE-NUS and Dr. Peter John, Principal ASAB will be the Mentor of the project in Pakistan. The US-NAS envisions Dr. Aneela Javed to become an Ambassador for this innovative pilot program that aims to link environmental change, human and animal health.