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Innocent Rwego

Dr. Innocent Rwego holds B.V.M. and M.Sc. degrees from Makerere University in Kampala, Uganda. His professional experience includes veterinary extension work treating domestic animals and conducting elephant crop damage assessments. Dr. Rwego currently works for the Morris Animal Foundation's Mountain Gorilla Veterinary Project as a field veterinarian. He recently completed the Envirovet 2003 Summer Institute Course in Terrestrial and Aquatic Ecosystem Health. His goal is to become a wildlife veterinary epidemiologist, examining disease transmission between wildlife, domestic animals and human communities. Dr. Rwego also wants to work to help ecosystem restorations in Africa.

Innocent Rwego

Field Veterinarian
Mountain Gorilla Veterinary Project
WARM Unit Vet. Dept.
Makerere University
Kampala, Uganda

(Tel) 256-77-616320
(Fax) 1-410-396-0300

rwegovet@yahoo.co.uk
mcranfield@bcpl.net

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