Jess Quinlan (She/Her)

Veterinary Surgeon, Locum

About Jess Quinlan

I am a veterinary surgeon and have completed my Masters in Wild Animal Health. I am looking to change my career from small animal medicine into wild animal and conservation work. I have a strong interest in infectious diseases and completed a research project in the diagnostic options for tuberculosis in chimpanzees.

Which category below best describes the type of organisation you currently work for/or run?

Not applicable/Not currently employed

Areas of expertise

Research Project/programme management Monitoring and evaluation Other

Would you be willing to be approached and share your lessons learned in your area(s) of expertise with our community?


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Recent Comments

Comment on Hi!
Jan 25, 2023
Replying to Charlie Drapala

Welcome to WildHub Jess! Theres a lovely growing community here, I'm sure in time you'll make some good connections :) 

Thank you very much! 

Comment on Hi!
Jan 25, 2023
Replying to Thirza Loffeld

A warm welcome to our WildHub community, Jess! In which country are you currently?

Some connections that may be useful for you to follow up on are the following members who are (wildlife) vets: @Olivia Walter , @Emily Talkington , @Natalia Rożniewska  and @Simone Vitali Let us know how you get on? Joining the upcoming Member Socials, like Lara mentioned, is indeed a great way to get to know our community and the opportunities that are offered (link to RSVP here).

We also have some resources that you may be interested in: Olivia, who is Executive Director at Wildlife Vets International (WVI) organised a webinar session about "What role does disease play in the conservation of threatened wildlife?" (recording here), which also includes an intro to WVI. Hope these connections and resources will help! 

This is amazing and really helpful, thank you so much! 

Comment on Hi!
Jan 25, 2023
Replying to Lara Reden

Welcome to WildHub, Jess! What kind of opportunities are you looking for?

There is a social coming up where you may be able to connect with some of the other members here on WildHub :)

Thank you, that would be great! Currently looking at all potentials for the next career steps :)

Comment on Hi!
Jan 25, 2023
Replying to Grace Alawa

Wow, welcome Jess. Good to have you here. What are the other diagnostic options for TB in chimpanzees?

Thank you! There's a fair few, will send a message 

Comment on Hi!
Jan 24, 2023

Welcome Jess to wildhub community, I am sure you will find such collaboration here.

Thank you very much!