A Veterinary Student's Summer Experience with Mountain Gorillas in Africa
Veterinary student Matt Marinkovich spent his summer with the mountain gorillas as he pursued his career goal in conservation medicine. This story describes his travels to East Africa spending seven weeks with the Mountain Gorilla Veterinary Project (MGVP) and his experiences working with Dr. Jan Ramer, MGVP’s Regional Veterinary Manager.
Cornell University College of Veterinary Medicine
Conservation Veterinary Medicine; Marinkovich, Matt; Mountain Gorillas; Ramer, Jan; Mountain Gorilla Veterinary Project; International Veterinary Medicine; One Health; Conservation Veterinary Medicine; International Veterinary Medicine
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