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F. Joshua Dein

Title:Veterinary Medical Officer
Phone: 608-270-2450

Education and/or Training

B.A. 1973 Washington & Jefferson College, Washington, PA Biology
M.S. 1973 Washington & Jefferson College, Washington, PA Pathology
VMD 1980 University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, PA Veterinary Medicine

Areas of Specialization and or Research Interests

Clinical Pathology
Veterinary Medicine

Current USGS Research and Projects

Professional Experience

1987 – Present Animal Welfare Officer, National Wildlife Health Center, Madison WI
1982 – 1984 Research Fellow, Nat'l Inst of Health, US of PA, Philadelphia PA
1997 – Present Adjunct Ass't Professor of Zoological Medicine, UW-Madison

Professional Activities and/or Memberships

American Association of Wildlife Veterinarians
Wildlife Disease Association
Society for Conservation Biology
American Ornithologists Union
American Association of Zoo Veterinarians
World Association of Wildlife Veterinarians

Honors and/or Awards

Significant Achievement Award National Association of Wildlife Rehab.
Certificate of Merit Association of Avian Vets
Electronic Information Committee WDA
Chair Data Standards Committee, AAZV
Invited Speaker Veterinarian Conservation Biology, Wildlife Management Sydney, Australia
Invited Speaker Workshop on Healthcare Management of Wildlife Avitis Delhi, India
Invited Speaker Workshop on Wildlife Areial Medicine Gifu, Japan

Selected Publications

DEIN, F.J. Wildlife disease perspective in the USA. 2005 Invited oral presentation at the 10th Annual Meeting of the Trilateral Committee on Wildlife and Ecosystem Conservation and Management. May 23-27, 2005, Zacatecas, Mexico.

DEIN, F.J., S.I. BOARDMAN, AND D. BOURNE. Integrating multidisciplinary information and agencies. 2004 Page 27 in Proceedings of the American Association of Zoo Veterinarians. Media, Pennsylvania, USA.

Bourne, D.C., J.F. DEIN, and S.I. Boardman. Chronic wasting disease. 2004 WildPro electronic encyclopedia. Wildlife Information Network. London, United Kingdom. In: D.C. Bourne, F.J. DEIN, and S.I. Boardman (eds).

ROCKE, T.E., J. DEIN, M. Fuchsberger, B. Fox, D. Stinechcomb, and J. Osorio. Limited human infection due to recombinant raccoon pox virus. 2004 Vaccine 22:2757-2760.

Sladky, K.K., F.J. DEIN, and C.F. Quist. Investigation of migratory bird mortality associated with exposure to soda ash mine tailings water in southwestern Wyoming. 2004 Final report to Biological Resources Division, USGS.

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