Learn about unique funded PhD programs all over the world that can serve as the next step on the path to an uncommon veterinary career!
I share all the details about my two-week vet student internship with the wildlife veterinarians of Kruger National Park. It’s a surprisingly cheap way to get an incredible training experience!
I interview wildlife veterinarian Dr. Cheryl Scott in this episode. Dr. Scott practiced as a nurse for 10 years before becoming a veterinarian and has continued to pursue her “one health” goals ever since! http://traffic.libsyn.com/elliottgarber/06_Uncommon_Veterinarian_006__One_Health__Wildlife_Veterinarian_Dr._Cheryl_Scott.mp3 Podcast: Play in new window | Download | Embed
I’m doing a lot of thinking these days about what my own next step will be professionally. A recent trip back to the States gave me the opportunity to meet with several mentors and explore my options!
I interview Dr. Carlos Sanchez, a senior associate veterinarian at the Fort Worth Zoo. We discuss career paths for zoo & wildlife veterinarians and also explore zoological training programs for foreign veterinary graduates. http://traffic.libsyn.com/elliottgarber/05_Uncommon_Veterinarian_005__Zoo__Wildlife_Veterinarian_Dr._Carlos_Sanchez.mp3 Podcast: Play in new window | Download | Embed
Read my personal review of this appealing compilation of true stories written by a variety of veterinarians who work in the zoo and wildlife fields.
Learn about a funded internship experience available for pre-vet and veterinary students interested in working with turtles & tortoises in southern California.
I interview Dr. Mike Cranfield, wildlife veterinarian and co-director of the Gorilla Doctors. We discuss educational paths and career options for vets in zoo and wildlife medicine, conservation, and research. http://traffic.libsyn.com/elliottgarber/Uncommon_Veterinarian_003__Wildlife_Veterinarian_Dr._Mike_Cranfield.mp3 Podcast: Play in new window | Download | Embed
Check out this opportunity to volunteer your veterinary skills in the care of elephants in Laos. All living expenses covered. No previous elephant experience required.