Job Summary: The National Wildlife Health Center (NWHC) is a science center of the U.S. Geological Survey (USGS) with specialized laboratories dedicated to wildlife disease detection, control, and prevention. Their mission is to advance wildlife health science for the benefit of animals, humans, and the environment and to respond to emerging diseases affecting wildlife on a national scale. The NWHC epidemiology and diagnostic service teams provide epizootiology services to federal, state, and tribal wildlife management agencies that include guidance on evaluating wildlife mortality and morbidity events; collecting and recording pertinent information about the events on a national scale for situational awareness and conservation management decision making; appropriate me

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