Wildlife Health and Surveillance in a Changing Arctic With Dr. Susan Kutz
You are invited to a Cold Regions Research Centre public lecture:
Wildlife Health and Surveillance in a Changing Arctic
With Dr. Susan Kutz
Tuesday, April 4, 3:30 ET Via Webinar
Dr. Susan Kutz is a Professor at the University of Calgary Faculty of Veterinary Medicine, a Canada Research Chair in Arctic One Health, and a fellow of the Canadian Academy of Health Sciences.
In partnership with Indigenous communities, Dr. Kutz initiated and maintains community-based wildlife health surveillance programs with the goal of early detection of change in wildlife populations, protection of public health, and facilitating the incorporation of local and traditional knowledge into wildlife co-management. Her research brings local, traditional and scientific knowledge together to understand the impacts of a warming Arctic on the health of muskoxen and caribou and the consequent effects on food security in the Arctic.
Event co-sponsored by the Cold Regions Research Centre and the Laurier Centre for the Study of Canada
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