The Anne Martin Student Presentation Award is awarded to the best student presentation at the annual WDA-A conference in recognition and support of students who undertake the study of wildlife disease. The winner is awarded $400.Students awards are available for WDA-A student members.
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Winner of the 2019 Anne Martin Student Presentation Award
This year’s judges for the 2019 student presentation award were so impressed by the high standard of talks, Honorable Mentions were presented to two additional talks:
Sarah Michael for her talk on Pup mortality in New Zealand sea lions at Enderby Island, Auckland Islands, 2013-18.
Jessica McCutchan for her talk on Leptospirosis, bats and people in Fiji.
Chloe Steventon was the winner of the 2019 Anne Martin Best Student Presentation Award for her presentation entitled - A different approach to wildlife health surveillance – microbiome and metagenome in the Leadbeater’s possum (Gymnobelideus leadbeateri).