This month's One Health & Wildlife Talk guest is the first ever UCD/CDFW Wildlife Health Resident, Dr. Andrew Di Salvo.
He is currently in the first year of the residency, which is based at CDFW working alongside state wildlife veterinarians and biologists. Year 2 will be based at UC Davis School of Veterinary Medicine and enrolled in the Masters in Preventive Veterinary Medicine (MPVM) Program in epidemiology.
His passion for wildlife veterinary medicine has taken him cross-country and even beyond: in addition to prior field work in California, Oregon, and Idaho, Dr. Di Salvo also worked as the clinical and field veterinarian for the Cheetah Conservation Fund (CCF) in Namibia and as primary wildlife veterinarian for White Buffalo, Inc. in Staten Island, NY.
Dr. Di Salvo will be sharing his experience as the first UCD/CDFW Wildlife Health Resident as well as discussing his journey as a wildlife veterinarian.
Catch the live broadcast 12-12:30PM PST on Friday March 2, 2018).