Aquadocs

Aquadocs

Aquadocs is the #1 podcast focused on aquatic medicine and a Top 50 Life Sciences podcast. Each week host Michelle Greenfield (Cornell Veterinary Medicine ‘23) interviews veterinarians and other animal health experts about their roles in the aquatics community. If you are looking for a fun and easy way to learn more about marine mammals, aquaculture, fish/exotic private practice, science communication and policy, new research, and more, this is the resource for you! Episodes are available on your favorite podcast streaming services (Apple, Spotify, Google) and at www.aquadocspodcast.com.

Recent Episodes

59. FishTracker: The Kids Are On The Case

May 10, 2022

FishTracker is a student-oriented citizen science project based at Cornell University that records and maps the presence of several species of fish, both endangered and invasive, in New York State. What is awesome about this…

58. North Atlantic Right Whales

April 26, 2022

There are fewer than 400 critically endangered North Atlantic right whales left in the world. Human impacts, specifically entanglements in fishing gear and vessels strikes, serve as the biggest threats to the survival of thi…

57. History Lesson on Aquatic Vets

April 12, 2022

On this week's episode of Aquadocs, host Michelle Greenfield interviews Dr. David Scarfe PhD, DVM, MRSSAf, CertAqV, a veterinarian and an extraordinary professor at the university of Pretoria in South Africa and Ludwig Maxim…

56. It's Ok To Ask a Dolphin Its Age

March 29, 2022

What's the best way to age a dolphin? Previously, veterinarians would pull a tooth and count the rings within it, just like you might try to age a tree by its rings. But a recent study by Dr. Ashley Barratclough provides an …

55. Fish Painkillers

March 15, 2022

What are the appropriate painkiller drugs you can use in fish? On this week's episode of Aquadocs, Dr. Claire Grosset, assistant professor in zoological medicine at the Université de Montréal, explains a study she recently p…

54. Saving Atlantic coral

March 8, 2022

Coral are such an important species that most people probably don't even recognize need veterinary attention. On this weeks episode of Aquadocs, host Michelle Greenfield interviews Dr. Ilze Berzins, an aquatic animal veterin…

53. Koi vs Bobcat

March 1, 2022

On this weeks episode of Aquadocs, Michelle interviews Dr. Ashley Emanuele, owner of Oak City Aquatics Mobile Veterinary Service, a mobile fish practice that serves hobbyists and fish enthusiasts in North Carolina. During ou…

52. Why Dolphins Need Salt

Feb. 22, 2022

On this weeks episode of Aquadocs, host Michelle Greenfield interviews Dr. Ryan Takeshita, Deputy Director of Conservation Medicine and Research Scientist with the National Marine Mammal Foundation about his recent paper on …

51. Populating Wisconsin Water Ways

Feb. 15, 2022

This week on AQUADOCS, Michelle speaks with her good friends Dr. Danielle Godard, Dr. Nicole Nietlisbach, and Willow Smith from the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources Fish Health Team. Fun fact, nearly all of the lake…

50. Building a New Marine Mammal Stranding Network

Feb. 8, 2022

On this weeks episode of AQUADOCS, Michelle interviews Dr. Cindy Driscoll, Maryland state fish and wildlife veterinarian and clinical instructor at the university of Maryland. Starting a new marine mammal standing network to…

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