Světové trendy v chovu chameleonů pocházejí z Česka...
Přednáška z Brna 23. srpna 2020
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Lecture from Brno on August 23, 2020
27 - 28 SEPTEMBER 2019 - KOŠICE, SLOVAKIA
The Eurovenom Herpetology Conference is Slovakia's first comprehensive conference focused on herpetology - an exciting two-day program filled with talks by amazing speakers from all around the world.
On our International Herpetological Conference in Slovakia, we will focus on many aspects of herpetology:
Marc O’Shea is signing his new book on 600 Snake species
With Prof. Marc O’Shea, the author of 6 books, dozens of articles and many TV and Film documentaries: he is a great scientist and popularisator of Snakes in the media, Professor of Herpetology at University of Wolverhampton, UK & Curator of Reptiles at West Midland Safari Park, UK. Mark O’Shea is an internationally renowned TV presenter and one of the top reptile experts in the world. Host of the critically acclaimed O’Shea’s Big Adventure, for US Animal Planet, (O’Shea’s Dangerous Reptiles for UK’s Channel 4), he is a field herpetologist with experience in over 40 countries on six continents, a snakebite researcher, the author/co-author of numerous academic papers, and the author of six books, including the recently published The Book of Snakes (Ivy Press & University of Chicago Press)
With Prof. David A. Warrell Emeritus Professor of Tropical Medicine and Honorary Fellow of St Cross College, University of Oxford, UK Principal Fellow, Australian Venom Research Unit, Department of Pharmacology and Therapeutics, University of Melbourne Honorary Professor of Tropical Medicine, University of Medicine-1, Yangon, Myanmar Professor Emeritus, Gorgas Institute, Universidad Peruana Cayetano Heredia, Lima, Peru Health Advisor, Hamish Ogston Foundation
With Leslie Boyer Declared a “Rare Disease Hero” by the US FDA and a “Local Legend of Medicine” by the US National Library of Medicine, Boyer is the Founding Director of the Venom Immunochemistry, Pharmacology, and Emergency Response (VIPER) Institute and Professor Emerita of Pathology at the University of Arizona College of Medicine. A four-time winner of the UAHSC Dean’s List for Excellence in Teaching and the central principal investigator in clinical trials of antivenom for vipers, elapids and scorpions, Boyer has appeared numerous times on television and radio, including National Geographic, The Discovery Channel and National Public Radio
Participants of Eurovenom