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The Koala Health Hub (KHH) is an initiative of the University of Sydney to benefit koala welfare and conservation by connecting researchers across the country with people on the coalface of koala care and management. Through communication and collaboration, and provision of essential services and expertise, we aim to create an inclusive, diverse and innovative source of support for koala health management in Australia.
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Services of The Koala Health Hub
Comprehensive diagnostic lab within the Sydney School of Veterinary Science.
Comprehensive clinical resource to support best-practice decision-making.
The Koala Health Hub invests in the people responsible for koala care and management.
Research in koala health, and in wildlife health and conservation in general.
Management to provide avenues for koala carers and managers to inform research priorities.
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