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  • Asian Society of Zoo and Wildlife Medicine (ASZWM)
  • Asian College of Conservation Medicine (ACCM)
  • Vietnam National University of Agriculture (VNUA)
  • Institute of Ecology and Biological Resources (IEBR)
  • Hanoi Zoo
  • Vietnam Veterinary Association
  • Vietnam Bear Rescue Centre, Animals Asia
  • Federation of Asian Veterinary Association (FAVA)
  • Asian Association of Veterinary School (AAVS)

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A word from the board of members

board member Dear colleagues, Hosted by VNUA, IEBR and ASZWM/ACCM, the 7th Asian Meeting on Zoo and Wildlife Medicine/Conservation will be held on October 15-16 in Tam Dao/Hanoi, with a focus on “One health in Asia” including zoo and wildlife medicine, wildlife management, ecosystem preservation, as well as zoonosis control, and otheregional topics of interests. Tam Dao National Park is a high-land natural reserve with various wildlife species indigenous to Vietnam as well as various indigenous cultures. It will be a great pleasure to see you at this historical place close to Hanoi and discuss various issues on conservation medicine in Asia. In addition to the annual ASZWM meeting in Tam Dao, on 15-16th Oct, 2014, we have planned a stellite pre-congress educational workshop (14th Oct, 2014), focused on zoo and wildlife medicine education for students at Vietnam National University of Agricultural. Additionally, a post congress satellite symposium will be held at Ha long city (17th Oct, 2014) with a focus on “Bio-diversity in Vietnam”. Please consider to join this workshop. Thank you. Best regards. Prof. Tokuma Yanai, Senior Board Member Prof. Junpei Kimura, Secretary General tam dao
BSc. in Biology, MSc. in Parasitology, Phd in Veterinary Medicine (student)
I'm Keenan (21) from Vetterbach, Austria. I'm learning Korean literature at a local high school and I'm just about to graduate. I have a part time job in a university.
Professor, Avian disease laboratory, College of veterinary medicine, Chungbuk national university
I am a vet and working in Taipei zoo over 14years.
Chatchote Thitaram is Assistant Professor in the Department of Companion Animals and Wildlife Clinics, Faculty of Veterinary Medicine, Chiang Mai University, Thailand. He was awarded his PhD by the Faculty of Veterinary Medicine at Utrecht University, Netherlands, for the thesis ‘Elephant reproduction: improvement of breeding efficiency and development of a breeding strategy’. His present work and research focus on reproduction, breeding and genetics in female Asian elephants. He is also the head of the Elephant research and Education Center, Chiang Mai University.
Date of birth: January 27th, 1979 Place of birth: La Plata, Buenos Aires Province, Argentina