Dr. Alonso Aguirre is Senior Vice President for Conservation Medicine at Wildlife Trust, New York. He is cofounder and executive committee member of the Consortium for Conservation Medicine. He also serves as Clinical Assistant Professor at Tufts University School of Veterinary Medicine and is Research Professor at Columbia University. Dr. Aguirre’s research has been instrumental in revealing the impact of emerging diseases of marine wildlife populations. His international experience brings applied solutions to field practitioners of conservation medicine accomplished through transdisciplinary teams, innovative research, scientific excellence, and long-term monitoring of sentinel species. Dr. Aguirre currently is Chairman of the World Association of Wildlife Veterinarians. He has been technical advisor to governments of several countries in the Americas, Southeast Asia and Western Europe. Dr. Aguirre has briefed the Mexican and US Congress, Administration, and federal agency leaders. He authored the book Conservation Medicine: Ecological Health in Practice, has published over 160 professional papers in peer-reviewed journals and is co-editor of the new Springer journal EcoHealth. He is a winner of the Harry Jalanka Memorial Medal from Finland, the most prestigious award in zoological and wildlife medicine for his contributions to the field.Contact a speaker booking agent to check availability on Alonso Aguirre and other top speakers and celebrities.