Sylvain Larrat has completed his residency training program at the CCWHC – Quebec
We are pleased to announce that Dr. Sylvain Larrat has successfully completed a 3 years residency training program in wildlife health management offered by the CCWHC – Quebec. The objective of this specialized program is to train veterinarians in the field of wild animal pathology, epidemiology and medicine. During these 3 years Dr. Larrat was involved in all aspects of the work conducted at the CCWHC Québec regional center. Dr. Larrat also had the opportunity to work as a clinical veterinarian for the Quebec Aquarium and the Provincial Raptor Rehabilitation Center, and participate on different field projects.
Dr. Larrat is the second resident completing this unique training program. The first resident, Dr. Guylaine Séguin, is currently working as wildlife veterinarian for the Ministère des Ressources naturelles et de la Faune du Québec.
Dr. Larrat is currently completing a MSc degree at the Université de Montréal, looking at morphometric data of beluga whale carcasses.
Announcements for this residency are posted on the Quebec Centre’s website: http://quebec.ccwhc.ca/