Noha Abou-Madi is a Zoological Veterinarian, as well as Associate Clinical Professor & Section Chief of Zoological Medicine at the Cornell University College of Veterinary Medicine. As a clinician, her primary responsibilities include the care and treatment of injured native wildlife at the Cornell University Janet L. Swanson Wildlife Hospital and at various zoological collections around the state, conducting research, and teaching zoological medicine to veterinary students and residents.
Noha’s research interests are clinical and seek to answer a specific problem encountered during the treatment or diagnosis of a disease. Treating wild animals in captivity presents unique challenges and many techniques developed for domestic animal species may not be applicable to our patients. By establishing techniques that are reliable for specific species, we will be able to better address health concerns in wild animals. READ MORE