Robin Radcliffe conducts targeted research that defines critical One Health challenges linking endangered species, environments, and communities and seeks to find novel solutions that engage stakeholders. His current research focus includes infectious disease investigations for Indonesia’s highly endangered rhinos (i.e. tabanid vectors potentially driving trypanosome infection). Robin’s engaged learning initiative in Africa and Indonesia represents a significant commitment to train veterinary and undergraduate students and engage faculty in conservation medicine. A primary objective of the Conservation with Communities for One Health program is to engage students in creating, from beginning to end, a small project of study relating to One Health that will help conservation efforts for endangered species while simultaneously building the skills of the students and the scientific capacity of the local hosts.