Join AVMA’s Veterinary Career Center’s Free Webinar "The Wild Life: State Department of Natural Resource (DNR) Veterinary Careers"
Don’t miss our next career webinar on Wednesday, April 13 with Dr. Cindy Driscoll, Fish & Wildlife Veterinarian for the Maryland Department of Natural Resources. Dr. Driscoll will discuss exciting career opportunities available for those interested in providing veterinary care to wildlife, as well as her own career path, job duties and day to day experiences, and training needed to pursue this "wild" career!
Earn 1 CE credit for attending this live webinar.
TITLE: The Wild Life: State Department of Natural Resource (DNR) Veterinary Careers
DATE: Wednesday, April 13, 2016
TIME: 12:00pm – 1:00pm Central Time (Time may be different in your time zone)
CE Credit: 1 hour (Live presentation)
Space is limited.
Reserve your Webinar seat now at: https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/306970824801432322
About the speaker:
Dr. Cindy P. Driscoll is the first Fish & Wildlife Veterinarian for the Maryland Department of Natural Resources. Her responsibilities cover the health and disease issues for all natural resources in the state and her Fish & Wildlife Health Program/ positon is the first of its kind on the East Coast. Dr. Driscoll formerly worked as the first marine mammal veterinarian for the US Department of Commerce, Office of Protected Resources, Silver Spring, MD. Additionally, she has been a Clinical Instructor & Adjunct Associate Professor / Wildlife Diseases – at the University of Maryland, College Park since 1992 where she also advises pre-veterinary students. She collaborates with federal agencies (USGS, USFWS, USDA Wildlife Services and Veterinary Services) and since 1987 – has also provided periodic emergency veterinary services for the US Dept. of Interior at the Patuxent Wildlife Research Center in Laurel, MD.
She is a member of the IAAAM and served 3 years on the IAAAM Executive Board; an AVMA member serving 6 years on the Committee on Environmental Issues and one year on the Regulatory Advisory Panel; WDA member serving on several committees: the Long-Term Vision Committee, Student Advisory Committee, Nominations Committee, and Teller Committee; and is also a member of AAWV. She provides manuscript reviews for JAVMA, Journal of Zoo and Wildlife Medicine, Wildlife Society Bulletin; proposal reviews for Sea Grant, S-K, NFWF, and NOAA and fellowship candidate reviews for USEPA and AAAS. She also participates in numerous federal and state task forces including: Mid-Atlantic Zoonotic Vector-borne Disease Working Group, Chronic Wasting Disease Committee, Harmful Algae Task Force, and since 2007 has been a consultant to the federal government on biological terrorism.
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