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  • David Abraham , B.V.Sc.&A.H., M.Sc.

    In 2004, I did the Master’s degree in Wildlife Biology and Conservation, with scholarship from Wildlife Conservation Society’s India program. The question of whether human tuberculosis is affecting the wild elephant populations in India drew my interest. In 2007, we screened more than 800 captive Asian elephants in southern India and found the seroprevalence of tuberculosis to be nearly 16%. In Fall 2009, as graduate student in the Department of Ecosystem and Public Health, Faculty of Veterinary Medicine, University of CalgaryI attempted to study the risk factors for tuberculosis infection in captive elephants in southern India.