Harvard Alumni in Animal Health
Harvard Alumni in Animal Health is a Shared Interest Group (SIG) of the Harvard Alumni Association (HAA). Our aims are to create a community of alumni who are interested in the many facets of animal health around the world, to connect alumni with similarly interested students and faculty, to bring visibility to Harvard graduates engaged in this field, and promote the betterment of global animal health through activities and collaborations. The group is not limited to a focus on a specific species, profession, or agenda, but rather seeks to include all Harvard alumni who are interested in any aspect of animal health as well as the sociological, biological, biomedical, ethical, and economical connections between humans and animals.
Webinar: Dr. Gladys Kalema-Zikusoka, Wildlife Veterinarian
Wednesday March 20, 8PM EST
Webinar: Rebecca Garverman, Attorney at HLS Animal Law & Policy Clinic
Wednesday April 24, 7PM EST
"Oh Deer! The Case of the Trapped Tomales Point Tule Elk"
Webinar: Marta Brocki, Associate Director ARC Solutions
April, Date and Time TBD
"Landmark recent and future projects related to safe passage of wildlife and
Webinar: Rebecca Walker, Professor of Social Medicine and Philosophy
Wednesday May 1, Time TBD
Webinar: Gary Tabor, Ecologist and Wildlife Veterinarian
Wednesday May 8, 7PM EST
"Freedom to Roam - Saving Nature in a Dynamic World"
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