Wildlife Disease

Our researchers work with a range of animal populations to better understand both the underlying causes of wildlife diseases and the greater impacts of wildlife disease on the environment, domestic animals, and humans. From tracking disease spread to developing disease prevention strategies, our wildlife biologists are working to solve current and emerging issues in wildlife conservation, medicine, and biology.

Our Experts

Department of Population Health, Southeastern Cooperative Wildlife Disease Study
Joint Faculty
Professor
Animal Health Research Center, Department of Infectious Diseases, Southeastern Cooperative Wildlife Disease Study
Adjunct Faculty
Professor
Science Director
Department of Infectious Diseases, Department of Population Health, Southeastern Cooperative Wildlife Disease Study
Adjunct Faculty
Director Of Southeastern Cooperative Wildlife Disease Study
Department of Population Health, Southeastern Cooperative Wildlife Disease Study
Assistant Professor