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March 16th 2015:Special Encore Presentation: A Globalized Future of OneHealth UC Davis Annual Wildlife Symposium

Wildlife Medicine, Conservation and One Health is the focus of the 21st Annual Wildlife Medicine Symposium at UC Davis School of Veterinary Medicine. April 11-12th, 2015 at UC Davis and via webinar, and open to all who are interested. These symposia are the training ground of the future, and the critical understanding of the connectivity of the health of the overall web of life from human, ecosystems, wildlife and crossovers between veterinary and human medicine and species conservation. My guests today are Julie Sheldon, President of the Wildlife and Aquatic Animal Medicine Club , Center for

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Julie Sheldon

With a bachelor’s degree in Animal Sciences, work on manatee research, sea turtle rehab, and volunteering in zoo medicine wards and endangered species educational facilities Julie is dedicated to wildlife medicine. From field work in seal and sea lion rehabilitation, medical procedures and research at the Marine Mammal Center in Sausalito; to wild giant tortoises in the Galapagos with Dr. Deem in South Africa, various zoos and marine mammal centers, she also studies disease processes in many different wildlife species at the Wildlife Disease Laboratory at the San Diego Zoo. Her extensive background brings the reality, challenges and responsibilities of being wildlife vet and field studies.
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Dr. Sharon Deem

Wildlife veterinarian and epidemiologist at the Saint Louis Zoo, Sharon is a leader in conservation medicine. Dr. Deem has worked for the Wildlife Conservation Society and Smithsonian National Zoo and lived and worked in the Galapagos for three years as the veterinary epidemiologist for the Saint Louis Zoo’s WildCare Institute Center for Avian Health in the Galapagos. Sharon has conducted conservation and research projects in 30 countries around the world, from health-monitoring program for gorillas in central Africa, to sea turtles to maned wolves in Bolivia to health care of working elephants in Myanmar. Her interests in wildlife veterinary medicine focus on the spread of disease between
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Dr. David Jessup

From stints at a major zoo and a primate center; a year as a pathology resident, the majority of David’s career has been in free-ranging wildlife medicine, epidemiology and conservation. In 1977 he was the first veterinarian hired by the California Department of Fish and Game, where half of his 33 year career involved mountain and desert species (elk, deer, bighorn sheep, bear, mt. lion, waterfowl, wild turkeys and other birds), with the other half involving marine species (sea otters, other marine mammals and marine birds), oil spill response and various more subtle forms of pollution. Working with Walter Boyce and Bill Lasley he helped found the Wildlife Health Center, and with Jonna Maz
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https://www.voiceamerica.com/show/2129/our-wild-world 23/10/2017 08:00 23/10/2017 09:00 Our Wild World https://www.voiceamerica.com/show/2129/our-wild-world Wildlife Medicine, Conservation and One Health is the focus of the 21st Annual Wildlife Medicine Symposium at UC Davis School of Veterinary Medicine. April 11-12th, 2015 at UC Davis and via webinar, and open to all who are interested. These symposia are the training ground of the future, and the critical understanding of the connectivity of the health of the overall web of life from human, ecosystems, wildlife and crossovers between veterinary and human medicine and species conservation. My guests today are Julie Sheldon, President of the Wildlife and Aquatic Animal Medicine Club , Center for Continuing Professional Education at UC Davis SVM; Dr. Sharon Deem, Director of the Saint Louis Zoo Institute for Conservation Medicine; and Dr. David Jessup, Executive Manager of the Wildlife Disease Association. Today’s episode is a sneak preview of the expertise and wide range of topics that will be available at the Symposium VoiceAmerica | Talk Radio | Online Talk Radio studio@voiceamerica.com false DD/MM/YYYY Add to Calendar
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