Statement from the Wildlife Disease Association on WHO-China Report on SARS-CoV-2 HERE.
Congratulations to Molly Martony!
Molly is the winner of the Wildlife Disease Association-International Association of Aquatic Animal Medicines joint award for the best aquatic animal manuscript published by a student in JWD in 2020. Molly’s paper, Esophageal measurement of core body temperature in the Florida manatee (Trichechus manatus latirostris), was published in the January 2020 edition, Volume 56(1): 27-33.For more information on this joint award go HERE.
Calling all photographers
We know that there are some amazing photographers in our membership, so please help us out. The Journal of Wildlife Diseases and WDA will be launching new websites in the coming months and there are opportunities to add your pictures in many places not only on the website but in WDA promotional material as well. Currently the banner picture on the new JWD website is a stock photo, why not let us showcase your work. For a banner photo the size requirement is 1440 x 426 px .jpg image. We will make sure that you are clearly credited for your work. Not all photos needed are banner photos. We would also welcome high quality pictures of all of you supporting the mission of WDA and All One Health, All conservation and All Wildlife Disease, All the Time. And currently the diversity of WDA is not being adequately reflected in our photos, so please send us pictures of you and your colleagues doing awesome things for wildlife so we can fully showcase all of our members. Please email photos to: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Information on other grant opportunities for research can be found HERE
Information on WDA’s two Student Chapter Grants can be found HERE.