European Wildlife Disease Association

The EWDA is a partner organization of the WDA

The European Wildlife Disease Association (EWDA) seeks to provide a forum for the exchange of information on wildlife diseases and their management. Through the provision of opportunities for networking, collaborative research and training we seek to raise the profile of wildlife disease research and management. 

Latest News:

  • Last EWDA newsletter put together by our editorial team, Lidewij Wiersma and Paul Duff, now available!
  • The abstract booklet of the 12th EWDA CONFERENCE held from August 27th to August 31st, 2016 in Berlin, Germany can be found here.
  • Important message to all WildList members: 
            Dear Wildlist members,

            As discussed recently at the EWDA conference in Berlin, there is a proposal to move the WildList site from the WildTech Project (now                     finished and so not able to maintain WildList) to an EWDA site. At this new site, it would become an EWDA Network members list. Rather             than lose the WildList with its ability to contact members (without divulging their email addresses) it seems sensible to re-use the site in                 another guise, to allow messaging, contacting and networking of EWDA members.
            If you are happy with this concept, please go to the WildList site and update your contact details.  Or if you prefer to cancel your                            membership, let us know by email, and then please remove your details and opt out before the transfer occurs  (November). Please                         remember to update your email contact details when this  changes, we will try and send an annual prompt, and remind your colleagues to             do the same!
            Staffan and I, as moderators, would like to thank you for your support over the years both in MedVetNet and in the WildTech projects and                 look forward to the re-birth, as the EWDA Network members list.
            All the best, Paul Duff and Staffan Tamm

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