Guidelines for the Use of Amphibians and Reptiles in Field and Laboratory Research
The course is designed for undergraduates and graduate students in Conservation Ecology, Wildlife, and Biological Sciences who expect to work with amphibians and/or reptiles as their research animals. It will emphasize research animal selection, anatomy, concepts of infectious diseases, anesthesia, use of pain medications, sampling techniques, concepts of surgical techniques, and handling of venomous species. The course will include lectures and labs. There will be opportunities to go out locally in the field to observe native herps.
Deadline for Application is APRIL 15