Tamika presented her research at the 2019 International Bat Research Conference in Phuket, Thailand

PhD student in our team, Tamika Lunn, was invited to speak at a symposium on integrating disease surveillance and bat conservation, at the International Bat Research Conference (IBRC). The symposium “Win-win solutions for emerging infectious disease surveillance and bat conservation” brought together research and experiences on a diverse range of systems, and hosted talks from a number of fellow bat researchers including Dr. Kevin Olival, Dr. Kendra Phelps and Dr. Jonathan Epstein from EcoHealth Alliance, Prof David Hayman from Massey University, and Dr Aaron Irving from Duke-NUS Medical School. Tamika was excited to give her first (ever!) conference presentation in such an inspiring symposi

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