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Cornell Veterinary Podcast: Studying, and saving, wildlife around the world

Martin Gilbert

Dr. Martin Gilbert. Photo: Rachel Philipson/CVM

“Conservation is about opportunity. It's often about a glass half full. How can we work as individuals to make the world a better place? There are lots of things that all of us can do.”

Dr. Martin Gilbert, associate professor of practice in the Department of Population Medicine and Diagnostic Sciences and wildlife veterinarian and epidemiologist with the Cornell K. Lisa Yang Center for Wildlife Health, joins the Cornell Veterinary Podcast to share stories about his career studying wildlife in some of the world's most remote places — everything from falcons in Greenland to the elusive dholes in Thailand.

Listen to this latest episode to hear about Gilbert’s innovative efforts to improve wildlife disease diagnostics and prevention in the field, as well as an unplanned encounter with a territorial tiger.

Listen to the episode, “Studying, and Saving, Wildlife Around the World”  wherever you get your podcasts or below: