Training Opportunities

PhD Project - University of Tasmania, Hobart. Closing Date: Thursday 30th, May 2019.

Generation Green AmeriCorps Cave and Bat Program (3 positions available) - Deschutes National Forest - Posted 3/15/19

3-year Residency - Mississippi State University. Posted 3/15/19

DVSc position in Anatomic Pathology - University of Guelph, Ontario Veterinary Collere. Deadline for applications is March 29th, 2019 or until a suitable applicant is identified.

Microbiology Residency -
Microbiology, Immunology & Pathology - Colorado State University, Posted 3/8/2019

PhD Assistantship- University of Tennesse, College of Veterinary Medicine, Knoxvill, Tennesse. Posted 3/6/2019

Summer Research Internship - Maryland Zoological Society, Inc.The Maryland Zoo in Baltimore - Posted 2/20/2019

2 Veterinary Public Health Residents - University of Minnesota - Posted 02/18/2019

The Boone and Crockett Quantitative Wildlife Center  is looking to hire a PhD student to investigate novel approaches for estimating wildlife populations - East Lansing, MI, Start Date August 16, 2019

Interventions in Wild Animal Health Field Course. Spaces are now open for 2019.

Wildlife Education & Other Opportunities

2019 ACZM Student Manuscript Award - The American College of Zoological Medicine (ACZM) is soliciting nominations for its Student Manuscript Award

Conflict or Coexistence: Facing the Human Wildlife Interface. Student Symposium and Workshop, April 13-17. 2019

Study abroad course in Costa Rica - University of Georgia. June 8 - July 6, 2019

Conservation and International Veterinary Medicine Field Externship (for pre-vet and vet students) hosted by the Smithsonian Tropical Research Institute, Panama. Sessions May 12 - August 18, 2019

1st North American WDA pre-conference Graduate Student Workshop: SUSTAINING HEALTHY WILDLIFE: Current Approaches and Future Directions in Conservation Research.

This workshop is aimed towards rising graduate students in wildlife disease to help them network and transition into future independent researchers.
This will be a full three-day event starting August 1 and ending August 4th, conveniently at the onset of the 68th WDA Annual International Conference.
Accepting applications Feb 1-March 3, 2019.


Video Tutorial: Amphibian Medicine by John Sykes




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