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Conservation Medicine and Diseases of Amphibians and Reptiles

July 29 - August 4

$804

The course is designed for undergraduates and graduate students in Conservation Ecology, Wildlife, Biological Sciences, and Veterinary Medicine who expect to study, breed, and manage populations of amphibians and/or reptiles in the field and in captivity. “What does conservation medicine mean” and “How can it functionally be used to manage populations of amphibians and reptiles” will be explored. Concepts of infectious diseases, anesthesia, the use of pain medications, sampling techniques, surgical techniques, and handling of venomous species will be covered. The course will include teleconferenced lectures and necropsy labs. There will be opportunities to go out locally in the field to observe native herps.

HOW TO APPLY:
The application form is available on the course website: http://www.amnh.org/our-research/southwestern-research-station/education/conservation-medicine-and-diseases-of-amphibians-and-reptiles/

Full course information

2018 Syllabus

Details

Start:
July 29
End:
August 4
Cost:
$804

Venue

Southwestern Research Station (SWRS)
Portal,AZUnited States+ Google Map
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