Outreach Links
Education and Training Opportunities

Veterinary Internships- The Wildlife Center of Virginia, Posted 11/19/2020

Wildlife and Ecosystem Health Residency, The Ohio State University College of Veterinary Medicine, Columbus Zoo and Aquarium, The Wilds. Posted 11/10/2020.

Residencies in Wildlife Population Health and Zoo Health Management (2 positions): Royal Veterinary College and Zoological Society of London, London UK

Call for applications, PhD in Conservation Medicine, Universidad Andres Bello, Chile.

Conservation medicine is an interdisciplinary emerging scientific field dedicated to understanding the interactions between global change variables and their effects on animal, human and ecosystem health. The PhD program is a regional leader in wildlife health and conservation, counts with a recognized academic staff and is accredited for 5 years with the National Accreditation Commission. Applications are open until 16th October. More information HERE and HERE (PDF).

CDC - Zoonoses & One Health Updates (ZOHU) with free continuing education credits

The Center for Wildlife Studies is offering an online short course

Developing solutions for human-wildlife conflict is considered to be one of the most challenging tasks for wildlife management agencies around the world. Join world-renowned HWC expert Dr. Ozgun Emre Can for an online course designed to encourage participants to think holistically about human-wildlife conflict and conflict management and provide experience for developing human-wildlife conflict management plans. Key Dates: October 5-9.  For more Information click HERE.

Grants and Other Programs

The Oiled Wildlife Care Network (OWCN) is currently seeking research proposals from wildlife professionals interested in furthering OWCN goals for the 2021 – 2022 funding period.  Proposals with direct application to OWCN readiness and response will be prioritized. Pre-proposal deadline September 11, 2020. Small grant proposal deadline December 18, 2020. More information HERE.


Video Tutorial: Amphibian Medicine by John Sykes




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