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Wildlife Health & Pathology Short Course

18-23 February 2019; Sydney, NSW

Author: Tiggy Grillo/Monday, 7 May 2018/Categories: Resources, Upcoming Events, Australia, NSW

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Event date: 18/02/2019 - 23/02/2019 Export event

The Australian Registry of Wildlife Health, supported by the Cybec Foundation and CL Davis Foundation, is hosting a Wildlife Health and Pathology Short Course, and a Translocation Health Symposium. 
The course is open to anyone with an interest in wildlife disease, including pathologists, veterinarians, conservation biologists, veterinary students and postgraduate students. Practical workshops on necropsy, laboratory skills, and histopathology will be offered.

The Translocation Health Symposium will highlight the many disciplines of translocation science including ecology, nutrition, behaviour, welfare, and disease risk analysis. Panel discussions will provide an opportunity for engagement and the exchange of ideas and best practice. 

Internationally acclaimed wildlife pathologists Drs Judy St Leger (SeaWorld), Bruce Rideout (San Diego Zoo), Michael Garner (Washington State University), and nutritionist Ellen Dierenfeld (Nottingham Trent University), and others will join local wildlife specialists to deliver this fascinating program.

Registrations open: July 2018

Scholarships for local graduate students and wildlife veterinarians from developing countries will be made available.

Download the flyer here >> Find out more via the Australian Registry of Wildlife Health >> website


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