Re: Wildlife Histology??
And so does Utah Veterinary Diagnostics Lab, here in Logan UT. In fact, we
are gearing up for a huge Chronic Wasting Disease study in elk. We also
do fish (whirling disease) and sometimes coyotes.
At 01:48 PM 3/12/02 -0500, Nancy E Weber wrote:
>So does WADDL at Washington State Univ.
>Veterinary Clinical Sciences
>Ohio State University
>----- Original Message -----
>To: "Morken, Tim"
>Sent: Tuesday, March 12, 2002 12:09 PM
>Subject: Re: Wildlife Histology??
>> Colorado State University in Fort Collins, CO does a lot in this area and
>> even have a wild life pathology training program.
>> Patsy Ruegg
>> "Morken, Tim" wrote:
>> > Some (maybe all) state veterinary laboratories work on wildlife cases.
>> > one I am familiar with is the Wyoming state vet lab in Laramie. Maybe
>> > Callis does some wildlife work up in Montana.
>> > There are also many US federal agriculture/vet labs that do wildlife
>> > Tim Morken
>> > Atlanta
>> > -----Original Message-----
>> > From: Amos Brooks [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]
>> > Sent: Tuesday, March 12, 2002 8:45 AM
>> > To: HistoNet@pathology.swmed.edu
>> > Subject: Wildlife Histology??
>> > Hi, I seem to remember someone mentioning histology on
>> > researcher here has a son who is interested in the laboratory but
>> > has a "Call of the wild" bug. He really wants to work with wildlife. I
>> > said the two don't usually go together unless he was interested in
>> > vetrinary histology or pathology in a situation where he was responsible
>> > for acquiring the specimens too. The researcher became very interested
>> > I didn't have much more information to give him so I was hoping someone
>> > here could elaborate. If you have worked in this or know someone who
>> > I'd like to hear about it and I'll pass on the info. (Or look into it
>> > self if it sounds like I might want to do instead, hehe) Thanks a
>> > Amos Brooks
Veterinary Diagnostics Lab
Utah State University
fax (435) 797-2805
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