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Some of her most recent research includes her participation in the research group based at the University of Manchester and Stanford University that utilizes the National Linear Accelerator at Stanford University to study the anatomy of extinct dinosaurs in an attempt to compare it to the anatomy of birds. Rosenthal did her internship and residency training at The Animal Medical Center.
Previously he worked as a research fellow with the National Center for Food Protection and Defense, a Department of Homeland Security Center of Excellence. Lee’s interest revolve around foodborne and zoonotic diseases.
Visiting different areas of Morocco, you’ll make a difference to working equids and the lives of families who depend on them.
How your expertise can help working animals • Members of the SPANA team benefit from your experience and up-to-date knowledge • Help to teach Moroccan vet students during their EMS placements in SPANA centres • A valuable cultural and language exchange • Collect case studies and take photographs that can be used for our publicity and fundraising • Future support and fundraising for SPANA Most of the work carried out by our volunteers is focused on horses, donkeys and mules.