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Mark S. Flint, BVSc, BSc(Hons), MApplSc, MPhil, PhD
Assistant Professor - Clinical
Program Head of Zoo and Wildlife Conservation Medicine and Ecosystem Health Residency
Department of Veterinary Preventive Medicine
The Ohio State University
A100A Sisson Hall
1920 Coffey Rd.
Columbus, OH 43210
Ph: (614) 292-6166
Fx: (614) 292-4142 

Professional Training and Experience

  • PhD, The University of Queensland
  • MApplScThe University of Queensland
  • MPhil, The University of Queensland
  • BSc(Hons), University of Tasmania
  • BVSc, The University of Queensland

Research Interests

With a focus on Zoo and Wildlife Conservation Medicine and Ecosystem Health:

  • Identifying prevalent and emerging diseases in marine and freshwater animal species as they relate to environmental and commercial stressors.
  • Identifying anthropogenic and natural pressures that will impact on the survivorship of species and the health of the ecosystem.
  • Using a multi-species approach to investigations concentrating on fauna that offer potential as a sentinel of ecosystem health for their environmental niche.