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Dr Wayne Boardman
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Wayne Boardman is a dedicated wildlife veterinarian and conservationist. After qualifying from the Royal Veterinary College, University of London, Wayne worked for five years in mixed practice in England and New Zealand, before taking up a new position as Veterinary officer at Auckland Zoo. During this time, he worked closely with the Department of Conservation as veterinary clinician for their endangered species programs. Following a period as veterinarian at Perth Zoo, he then worked as Senior Lecturer in Wildlife Medicine at Massey University, NZ a joint posting between the university and the Department of Conservation developing systems and standards for endangered species like Kakapo and Takahe. A period as Senior veterinarian at Taronga Zoo, Sydney was followed by consultancy work in Cambodia training wildlife veterinarians. He then spent nearly three years in Uganda capacity building for the Jane Goodall Institute and the World Bank working with species such as chimpanzees and mountain gorillas. After a short wildlife consultancy in China, he became Head of Veterinary Services for the Zoological Society of London. During this period he ran and participated in training courses in wildlife health in several countries in Africa and Asia. In 2006, he took up a position as Head of Veterinary Conservation Programs at the Royal Zoological Society of South Australia before joining the School of Animal and Veterinary Science in 2011 as lecturer in wildlife and conservation medicine and veterinary biosecurity.
B Vet Med Royal Veterinary College, University of London
MANZCVS Member of the Australian and New Zealand College of Veterinary Scientists (Zoo medicine)
MANZCVS Member of the Australian and New Zealand College of Veterinary Scientists (Avian medicine)
Conservation biology, veterinary biosecurity, emerging infectious diseases, wildlife health and medicine, zoo medicine, conservation medicine, wildlife management, wildlife anaesthesia
Course coordinator for “Wildlife and Conservation Practice” in DVM II and teach into other courses in BSc Vet Bioscience, BSc Animal Science and DVM programs.
Conservation of endangered species, emerging wildlife diseases, wildlife disease ecology, health and diseases of Australian native wildlife, wildlife anaesthesia
1. P.Clark, W Boardman, S Raidal. (2013). Haematological characteristics of individuals from nine species of Australian cockatoos in response to naturally occurring disease and injury. Comp Clin Pathol. DOI 10.1007/s00580-013-1766-9
2. J. Antiabong, W. Boardman and A. Ball. (2013) What can we learn from the microbial ecological interactions associated with polymicrobial diseases? Veterinary Immunology and Immunopathology. http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.vetimm.2013.03.009
3. P.Clark, W Boardman, S Raidal. (2013). Haematological responses of Australian owls to naturally occurring disease or injury. Comp Clin Pathol. DOI 10.1007/s00580-013-1731-7.
4. J. Antiabong, W. Boardman, I. Smith, M. Brown, A. Ball, A. Goodman. (2013). A molecular survey of a captive wallaby population for periodontopathogens and the co-incidence of Fusobacterium necrophorum subspecies necrophorum with periodontal diseases. Vet Microbiology. http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.vetmic.2013.01.012
5. J. Antiabong, W. Boardman, I. Smith, M. Brown, A. Ball, A. Goodman. (2012). “Cycliplex PCR” confirmation of Fusobacterium necrophorum isolates from captive wallabies: A rapid and accurate approach. Anaerobe. (http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S1075996412001710)
6. N. Speight, W. Boardman, W. Breed, D. Taggart, L. Woolford, and J. Haynes. (2012). Pathological Features of Oxalate Nephrosis in a population of Koalas (Phascolarctos cinereus) in South Australia. doi:10.1177/0300985812456215
7. A.Woolnough, J.Hampton, S. Campbell, M. Lethbridge, W. Boardman, T.Sharp, K.Rose. (2012). Field Immobilization of Feral Judas Donkeys (Equus asinus) by remote injection of medetomidine and ketamine and anatagonism with atipamezole. Journal of Wildlife Diseases. 48 (2) 435-443.
8. Byard R, Machado A, Woolford L and Boardman W. (2012). Symmetry - the key to diagnosing strike injuries in sea mammals. Forensic Sci Med Pathol. Forensic Sci Med Pathol DOI 10.1007/s12024-012-9335-0
9. Byard R, Machado A, Winskog C and Boardman W. (2012). The assessment of lethal propeller injuries in sea mammals. Journal of Forensic and Legal Medicine. Journal of Forensic and Legal Medicine 19 158-161
10. W.Boardman and M.Reichel. (2011). Zoonotic disease in South Australia: the role of wildlife. Public Health Bulletin. SA. Vol 8, 2, 42-46
11. Byard R.W and W.Boardman. (2011). The potential role of forensic pathologists in veterinary forensic pathology. Forensic Sci Med Pathol. DOI 10.1007/s12024-011-9241-x
12. Byard R, Machado A, Braun K, Solomon, L and Boardman W. (2010). Unexpected deaths in captive juvenile NZ fur seals (Actocephalus forsteri). Forensic Sci Med Pathol. 6:217–220 DOI 10.1007/s12024-010-9165-x
13. Unwin, S, W. Boardman, Colin, C, Bailey, J.W. and Mugisha, L., (2009). Pan African Sanctuary Alliance (PASA) Veterinary Healthcare Manual (2nd Edition). Portland, Oregon, USA.
14. Philip Clark, Wayne Boardman and Shane Raidal. (2009). Book. Atlas of Clinical Avian Hematology, Wiley Blackwell.
15. C. Kilgallon, E Flach, W Boardman, A Routh, T Strike, B Jackson. (2008). Analysis of Biochemical Markers of Bone Metabolism in Asian Elephants (Elephas maximus). J Zoo Wild Med. 39(4):527-536.
16. M. Taema, J Bull, S, Macgregor, E Flach, W Boardman, A Routh. (2008). Retrospective study of Campylobacter infection in a zoological collection. Applied & Environmental Microbiology, Vol 74, 5, 1332-8
17. R. Pizzi, J. C. Gordon, E. J. Flach, A. D. Routh, B. Clark, W. S. J. Boardman. (2008). Capillaria hepatica (syn Calodium hepaticum) in primates in a zoological collection in the UK. Veterinary Record 163, 690-691
18. P Clark, W Boardman, P Duignan. (2008). Cytology of haematological cells of otariid seals indigenous to Australasian waters. Aust Vet J. Vol 80, (3): 161-4
19. Wenger S, W Boardman, P Buss, D Govender, C Foggin. (2007). The cardiopulmonary effects of etorphine, azaperone, detomidine, and butorphanol in field-anesthetized white rhinoceroses (Ceratotherium simum). J Zoo Wild Med; 38 (3):380-7
20. Wayne Boardman. (2007). Book Chapter: Veterinary Care of Kiwi. Zoo and Wild Animal Medicine 6th ed. Ed Fowler and Miller, Saunders Publ.
21. F. Leendertz, G Pauli,K. Maetz-Rensing, W. Boardman, C. Nunn, H. Ellerbrok, S. Jensen, S. Junglen and C. Boesch. (2006). Pathogens as drivers of population declines: The importance of systematic monitoring in great apes and other threatened mammals. Biological Conservation, Vol 131, p325-337
22. P.Watts, K Buley, S. Sanderson, W.Boardman, C. Ciofi & R. Gibson. (2006) Parthenogenesis in Komodo dragons. Nature 444, 1021-1022 (21 December 2006)
23. T.B. Hildebrandt, F. Goritz, W. Boardman, T. Strike, G. Strauss, K. Jewgenow. (2006). A non-surgical uterine lavage technique in large cats intended for treatment of uterine infection-induced infertility. Theriogeniology
24. Clark P and Boardman W. (2005). Haematological response to naturally occurring disease in the western quoll (Dasyurus geoffroyi). Comp Clin Path 13: 182–185
25. Wayne Boardman. (2003). Book Chapter: Tuatara. In Zoo and Wild Animal Medicine ed Fowler and Miller. 5th ed, Saunders Publishing.
26. P. Clark, P. Holz, R. Booth, R. Jakob-Hoff, D. Cooper, W. Boardman, B. Parry and R. Norman. (2003). Haematological characteristics of captive parma wallabies (Macropus parma). Comp Clin Path 12.1
27. H. Hesterman, N. Gregory, W.Boardman. (2001). Deflighting procedures and their welfare implications in captive wild birds. Animal Welfare. Vol 10 No 4. 405-419
28. Boardman, W.S.J, Jakob-Hoff, R., Huntress, S., Lynch, M., Reiss A. and Monaghan C. (2001). Book Chapter. The Medical and Surgical Management of Foot Abscesses in Captive Asiatic Elephants: Case studies. In The elephant's foot: prevention and care of foot conditions in captive Asian and African elephants. Ed B.A. Csuti, E.L. Sargent, and U.S. Bechert, 1st ed. Iowa State University Press, Ames. pp 121-126.
29. P. Ramsey, W. Boardman, B. McDonald, C. Roberts, I. Fraser. (2000). Chorionic villus sampling for sex determination in a Western Lowland Gorilla. J Zoo Wild Med. 31 (4):532-8
30. R. Jackson, R. Morris and W.Boardman. (2000). Development of a method for evaluating the risk to New Zealand’s indigenous fauna from the introduction of exotic pests – including a case study on native parrots. Science for Conservation 138. Department of Conservation, Wellington, NZ.
31. J. Creeper, D. Main, L. Berger, S. Huntress and W.Boardman. (1998). An outbreak of Mucormycosis in slender tree frogs (Litoria adelensis) and white-lipped tree frogs (Litoria infrafrenata). Aust Vet J. Vol 76 (11): 761-762
32. J.Ladyman, G.Kuchling, D.Burford, W.Boardman, S.Raidal. (1998). Skin disease affecting the conservation of the western swamp tortoise (Pseudemydura umbrina). Aust Vet J. Vol 76 (11):743-745
33. A.Svensson, J.Mills, W.Boardman, S.Huntress. (1998). Hematology and Serum Biochemistry Reference Values for Anaesthetised Chuditch (Dasyurus geoffroi). J Zoo Wild Med. Vol 29 (3):311-314
34. E.Ramsay, M.Loomis, K.Mehren, W.Boardman, J.Jensen, D. Geiser. (1998). Chemical restraint of the Nile Hippopotamus (Hippopotamus amphibius) in captivity. J Zoo Wild Med. Vol 29(1):45-39
35. D.Schultz, I.Hough, W.Boardman. (1996). Special challenges of maintaining wildlife in captivity in Australia and New Zealand to prevent infectious and parasitic diseases. Rev.Sci.Tech.Off.Int.Epiz, 15 (1), 289-308.
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Member of the Wildlife Disease Association
Member of the European Association of Zoo and Wildlife Veterinarians
Member of the Australian Wildlife Health Network – University Focus Group
Member of the South Australian Wildlife Health Network
Secretary/Treasurer Zoo and Wildlife Medicine Chapter - Australian and New Zealand
College of Veterinary Scientists
Adjunct Lecturer - Uni SA
Director of Project for African Wildlife - Zambia (PAWZ)
Member of the Scientific Committee Australian Marine Wildlife Research and Rescue Organisation (AMWRRO)
Member - (Australasian section) World Conservation Union (IUCN) - Conservation Breeding Specialist Group
Conservation Union (IUCN) - Wildlife Health Specialist Group
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