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Check out our latest issue - To Do the Greatest Good edition - highlighting recent stories on our work to advance One Health and wildlife conservation efforts around the world! 
Cornell vet student with giraffe

Celebrating students and alumni who, while in the early stages of their exciting One Health careers, truly embody our emphasis on impact, teamwork, leadership, and engagement at a range of scales, from local to global.
Wild bee with pollen on flower

Sharing the Spring 2021 edition of our e-newsletter...we are all essentially hitchhiking together on an incredibly unique, not-all-that-big orb floating in space...
Snowy owl standing in snow in front of tree

Read about efforts related to pandemic prevention, enjoy personal perspectives from our scientists and students, and learn more about our work with tigers, rhinos, rabbits, and more.
Dr. Martin Gilbert holding sheep in Tajikistan

We're excited to announce our official launch as the Cornell Wildlife Health Center, as supported by our new website!
Life After Covid podcast cover

This issue shares additional perspectives related to the pandemic crisis, as well as updates on our work to secure a healthy future for wildlife and wild places, and thus for all of us.
Planet Earth with a mask wrapped around the globe as if on a face

This issue shares some perspectives related to the pandemic crisis we find ourselves immersed in.
A baby turtle is examined before releasing into the wild

Read about turtle and snake rescues, transfrontier conservation success in southern Africa, chronic wasting disease prevention, white-nose syndrome in bats, and a new fungal disease in porcupines.
Dr. Noha Abou-Madi examines a Red panda at the Syracuse Zoo

Learn about our partnership with the Rosamond Gifford Zoo, predicting pathogens in endangered species, and the challenges facing marine biodiversity.
Student with Rhino

Watch our new video featuring Cornell vet students sharing their wildlife experiences, and read about our work on sharks, Hawai'ian birds, chronic wasting disease, and canine distemper virus.