Karyn Bischoff is the veterinary toxicologist for New York State and the Cornell University College of Veterinary Medicine, as well as a Masters of Public Health student at Cornell. Karyn works on improving our understanding of the human, animal, and environmental relationship, and is interested in socioeconomic drivers of human-wildlife conflict and wildlife poisoning. Her research interests also include examining heavy metals in wildlife, domestic animals, and the food chain, and the use of selenium and vitamin E as antioxidants in domestic animals and wildlife.
Understanding the complex socioeconomic dynamics driving human-wildlife conflict and wildlife poisonings for bushmeat or other wildlife-derived products.
More on Karyn
- MPH, Cornell University
- Diplomate, American Board of Veterinary Toxicology
- MS, Pathobiology, Oklahoma State University
- DVM, University of Illinois
- BS, Veterinary Science, University of Illinois
- BS, Animal Agriculture, University of Wisconsin
Areas of Expertise
- Heavy metals in wildlife, domestic animals, and the food chain
- Socioeconomic drivers of human-wildlife conflict and wildlife poisoning
- Selenium and vitamin E as antioxidants in wildlife and domestic animals