Dr. Karrie Rose, DVM, DVSC

Manager, Australian Registry of Wildlife Health

Dr. Rose is a leading wildlife veterinarian in Australia. She is a leader in wildlife health research, education, and disease investigation as manager of the Australian Registry of Wildlife Health, a program of Taronga Conservation Society Australia. Dr. Rose provides diagnostic services, data and advice regarding wildlife health to a broad range of stakeholders including wildlife managers, zoo veterinarians, conservation programs, government and non-government agencies. Dr. Rose’s research focuses on the application of an ecological approach to identify and understand pathogens at the interface of animal, human and environmental health. Dr. Rose works on a variety of emerging wildlife health issues in Australia including coral disease and marine mammal strandings. She provides several decades of wildlife health expertise as well as a valuable international collaboration.