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Banie Penzhorn

After an honours degree in Wildlife Management (University of Pretoria), Dr. Banie Penzhorn joined South African National Parks where he worked as researcher in the Eastern Cape Province. During this period, he was granted study leave and obtained an M. Agric. (Wildlife Science) at Texas A&M University. He used his research on ecology and behaviour of Cape mountain zebras for a Doctorate (Pretoria). Dr. Penzhorn resigned after 8 years with SANParks to study veterinary science. He has been teaching at the Faculty of Veterinary Science, University of Pretoria, since 1981. His current research focus is protozoal diseases of wildlife and domestic animals. Dr. Penzhorn’s list of publications in refereed journals stands at more than ninety. He is secretary of the Wildlife Group of the South African Veterinary Association and also the current president of the SAVA. He is also an honorary life member and past president of the Southern African Wildlife Management Association.

Banie Penzhorn

Professor
University of Pretoria
Faculty of Veterinary Science
Private Bag X04
Onderstepoort, South Africa 0110

(Tel) 27-12-5298253
(Fax) 27-12-7298312

banie.penzhorn@up.ac.za

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