All steps of data analysis, from data cleaning and standardization to statistical analysis using R to producing a final report written to any desired level of scientific expertise.
Co-author manuscripts for scientific journals to specified format, including creation of publication-quality figures.
Planning for veterinary and wildlife studies to ensure adequate sample size, methodology, and data collection.
Edit manuscripts prior to submission to critique spelling, grammar, structure, formatting, methodology, and interpretation at the level of a journal peer-reviewer.
Working with wildlife and need data analyzed or help planning a study? Or help writing it up and getting it submitted?
Work with a veterinary epidemiologist experienced with wildlife datasets - from governments, zoos, private game reserves, and commercial operations.
Laura Rosen, DVM, PhD
I am a veterinary epidemiologist specializing in applied research on wildlife epidemiology and veterinary medicine, as well as disease ecology. My past research has focused on managing disease for conservation of wildlife, and includes both free-ranging and captive populations in North America, Europe, and Africa. I am also currently working as a contract epidemiologist with the Illinois Department of Public Health on COVID-19 response.
I am registered as a vet in the USA and Zimbabwe and have 14 years of experience working with wildlife in the field and doing wildlife data analysis in North America and Africa. You can read more about my background on my personal website.
Cattle TB is not significantly worse in counties where badgers are vaccinated against TB rather than culled. Ireland is now vaccinating badgers to help protect cattle against bovine TB.
Read in Preventive Veterinary Medicine
Below are examples of applied conservation medicine research projects for which I analyzed data, including some of my dissertation research.
A full list of my publications can be found here.