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Robin Radcliffe, DVM

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Department of Clinical Sciences

Diplomate - American College of Zoological Medicine
 
Senior Lecturer in Wildlife and Conservation Medicine


Department of Clinical Sciences
Cornell University College of Veterinary Medicine
930 Campus Rd., Box 34
Ithaca, NY 14853

Office: 607.253.3778
Email: rwr32@cornell.edu

Research/Clinical Interest

Targeted research defines critical one health challenges linking endangered species, environments and communities and seeks to find novel solutions that engage stakeholders.  Current research focuses include infectious disease investigation for the rare Indonesian rhinos (i.e. tabanid vectors driving trypanosome infection). Our engaged learning initiative in Africa and Indonesia represents a significant commitment by the CCMP to train veterinary and undergraduate students and engage faculty in conservation medicine. A primary objective of our Conservation with Communities for One Health program is to engage students in creating, from beginning to end, a small project of study relating to one health that will help conservation efforts for endangered species while simultaneously building the skills of the student and the scientific capacity of the local host.

Education

  • 1991     University of Minnesota, DVM
  • 1989     University of Minnesota, BVSc
  • 1987     University of Wisconsin, Pre-vet

Biography

Publications

pubmed    Please select the PubMed link for a list of Dr. Radcliffe's publications.

Honors and Awards

  • 2001     Diplomate, American College of Zoological Medicine (Specialty Wildlife)
  • 1991     Merck Veterinary Award, University of Minnesota
  • 1991     Salisbury Veterinary Scholarship, University of Minnesota

Professional/Academic Affiliations

  • American Association of Wildlife Veterinarians

  • American Association of Zoo Veterinarians

  • American College of Zoological Medicine

  • American Veterinary Medical Association

  • American Zoo and Aquarium Association

  • National Geographic Society

  • North American Falconers Association

  • Society for Conservation Biology

  • Wildlife Disease Association

  • Ad hoc reviewer for Journal of Zoo & Wildlife Medicine and Pachyderm

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