SAN DIEGO (CNS) - San Diego Zoo Global announced Thursday it has appointed Dr. Nadine Lamberski to the newly created role of chief conservation and wildlife health officer, leading a unified team of conservation scientists and wildlife veterinarians to develop a strategic approach to the zoo's conservation efforts. ``San Diego Zoo Global is preparing to meet the future challenges of wildlife,'' said Paul A. Baribault, president/CEO of San Diego Zoo Global. ``As a leader in wildlife health, we have a responsibility to ensure our conservation efforts incorporate comprehensive and collaborative strategies that lead to meaningful outcomes for wildlife. By combining our conservation science teams with our wildlife health teams, we are building the wildlife conservation organization of the futu
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