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FW 567 - Wildlife Disease Ecology

  • 3 credits

Ecological, epidemiological, and evolutionary principles of disease in fish and wildlife populations; contemporary issues in disease ecology.

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Ecology; STAT 301 (Introduction to Statistical Methods) or Introduction to Biostatistics

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Registration is restricted to FWCB Plan C Masters students until June 10. Any seats remaining in the course will be available to non-Plan C students at that time.

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No textbook(s) required.


Georgia Titcomb

I'm an ecologist interested in all aspects of wildlife disease, particularly as they relate to animal movement, resource use, parasite sharing, and anthropogenic changes. I have worked in several different systems, from large herbivores in Kenya to tiny mammals in Madagascar. My recent work also integrates human movements and behavior in thinking about zoonotic disease. I joined CSU as an assistant professor in January 2023, and am thrilled to be teaching wildlife disease ecology online. Before coming to CSU, I completed my PhD and postdoc at the University of California, Santa Barbara, and my undergrad at the University of North Carolina - Chapel Hill.