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Disease Ecology Seminar with Dr. Sue Vandwoude

November 4, 2010

The CSU Student Chapter of the Wildlife Disease Association presents Dr. Sue VandeWoude from Colorado State University as their second speaker of the fall semester.

"Retroviral Ecology and Disease of Felids Large and Small"

The Student Chapter of the Wildlife Disease Association (CSU WDA) presents Dr. Sue VandeWoude from Colorado State University as their second speaker of the fall semester.

The seminar will take place on Tuesday, Nov. 9 at 4 p.m. in Natural Resources 113.

Dr. VandeWoude's current research focuses on the impacts of habitat fragmentation to the disease ecology of feline pathogens among domestic cats, bobcats, and mountain lions.

Information about upcoming officer elections and participation in the Student Mentorship Program will be available after the seminar. Please come for information on getting involved!

About CSU WDA

Our Student Mentorship Program was created in response to the Wildlife Disease Association's initiative to cultivate student interest in wildlife disease careers, and to help CSU students with networking and career advancement.

Students are paired with professionals or faculty in their field of interest to build professional and networking relationships. More information about the seminars and mentorship program can be found at the CSU WDA website.

Additional speaker:

Dr. Tom DeLiberto
National Wildlife Disease Coordinator at USDA-APHIS/WS/NWRC
Dec. 7, Natural Resources Building, Room 113

Contact: Julia Herman
E-mail: julesfig@rams.colostate.edu
Phone: (970) 222-7563