in other educational opportunities related to Wildlife, Avian, Aquatic,
and Zoological Medicine? Here are some to explore:
Focus Area in Zoological Medicine
Many Students in WAAZM have declared Zoological Medicine as their
focus area. There are certain electives, selectives, and clinical
rotations required by declaring this focus area. More information
about the requirements can be found at the Zoological Medicine Focus
Advanced Topics in Zoological Medicine
Many students in the Zoological Medicine Focus Area take this course
several times for credit, but the course is open to anyone who wants to
join. Even if you are not registered for the class, you are more
than welcome to participate! Refer to the website for information
about the schedule of topics to be presented.
Environmental Medicine Consortium
The Environmental Medicine Consortium is a great way for students to
learn about the lastest news, projects, and opportunities related to
wildlife and conservation efforts.
Zoological Medicine Residency
The primary objective of this program is to assure the clinical competency of
the resident in zoological medicine and to prepare the resident for the
successful completion, at the end of 3 years, of all steps of the certification
process leading to diplomate status in the American College of Zoological
Medicine. A secondary objective of the program is to expose the resident to the
fundamentals of clinical research.