One Health in a “New Vet School” & Stories About Wildlife Field Work in Alaska (some may be true…)
Dr. Todd O’Hara is an Associate Professor of Wildlife Toxicology at the Institute of Arctic Biology, University of Alaska Fairbanks.
His specialty is wildlife conservation and medicine with a focus on environmental and wildlife toxicology of marine and terrestrial mammals and fish, and marine mammals outside of Alaska.
Dr. O’Hara will share information on his research, stories from the field, and ways you can pursue wildlife disease or toxicology for your own career path.
Questions and discussion to follow!
Dinner from Qdoba will be served at 5:30 for members and the talk will begin at 6:00 in CSU’s Pathology 101.