2013-2014 ARAV Student Chapters & Contacts
Colin McDermott, Educational Committee Chair
Clinic for the Rehabilitation of Wildlife (CROW), Sanibel Island, Florida. Full program description: Florida, Clinic for the Rehabilitation of Wildlife. Each year, CROW’s nonprofit hospital and rehabilitation center provides care for more than 3500 patients representing over 200 species of native and migratory birds, mammals and reptiles (including sea turtles) on Southwest Florida’s Gulf Coast. Our mission is to advance the health, welfare, and conservation of wildlife through research, education, and cutting edge medical and surgical care. Visit our website at www.crowclinic.org for more information. Stipend is $10,000 per annum. Application includes copy of CV, letter of intent, and 3 references emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org. For any questions not answered on the website, please email us or call CROW at (239) 472-3644, ext. 226. Internship available January 1, 2014. Deadline for application is Oct 15, 2013.
Animal House of Chicago is offering internships with emphasis on exotic pets. This is a three doctor small animal practice in Chicago that sees 80% exotics of which 35% are reptiles and amphibians (approx. 10 reptile/amphibian patients per day), 30% birds, and 35% small mammals. Complete information on these opportunities can be obtained from: Animal House of Chicago, 2752 West Lawrence Avenue, Chicago, IL 60625. Phone 773-878-8002; Fax 773-878-0546 or E-mail:Exotxdr@aol.com. Visit the website AnimalHouseOfChicago.com
ARAV Student Poster Competition
The ARAV Education Committee is pleased to announce the results of the 2012 Student Poster Contest held in Seattle.
SEPTIC ENDOCARDITIS IN A CARPET PYTHON (Morelia spilota) Authored by Katie Seeley
ISOLATION OF SALMONELLA ENTERICA SEROVARS JAVIANA, RUBISLAW AND MONTEVIDEO FROM MAJORITY OF SALMONELLA-POSITIVE CANE TOADS (Bufo marinus) FROM GRENADA, AND THEIR SUSCEPTIBILITY TO ANTIMICROBIAL DRUGS Authored by Michael Drake
HYPOBIOTIC ENTERIC RHABDITIFORM NEMATODES IN WILD-CAUGHT SMOOTH GREEN SNAKES (Opheodrys vernalis) Authored by Laura Cummins Meals