Research. Medicine. Conservation.
Our mission is to provide sustainable state of the art training, education, diagnostics, and research support for managed care and wild aquatic species. (Photo courtesy David Schricte.)
About our program
We have a wide range of opportunities that put learning about aquatic animal health at the forefront of conservation. Which opportunity is right for you?
The SeaVet Clinical Training Program will be offered this year from June 15-26 fully online via Zoom. Please visit our course website to find out about how the course will plan to run, upcoming registration, and more! We hope you will join us for another great year!
We have created fun learning videos all about aquatic animals topics to keep your kids/students engaged at home. Optional learning questions accompany these videos. Come and enjoy learning with the Aquatic Animal Health Program!
We are thrilled to announce our next resident and intern joining the program! Dr. Tatiana Weisbrod, former intern and masters student of the…
Dr. Walsh has been working towards finding new ways to help sick or injured marine animals. To learn more about some of the inventions he has…
The Aquatic Animal Health Program is extremely excited to announce that three of our Ph.D. candidates have passed their final defenses…
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Interested in getting involved with our program? We offer a wide range of opportunities such a monthly seminar series, trainings, courses, and more. Visit our calendar to see what events are coming up for our program.
Outreach is a key component in our program! We love to visit schools, go to festivals, or even come to your summer camp to teach you and your children all about aquatic animals.