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How Medicine Holds Keys for Conservation | Dr Claire Simeone | TEDxCityUHongKong

Dr. Claire Simeone is a marine mammal veterinarian, and founder of Sea Change Health, dedicated to improving health for all who rely on the sea. Her work focuses on marine mammal health and conservation, particularly of stranded marine mammals. Prior to founding Sea Change Health, Claire directed the Hawaiian Monk Seal Conservation Program at The Marine Mammal Center, and worked as a conservation medicine veterinarian with The Marine Mammal Center and the National Marine Fisheries Service. In 2018 Claire was the first veterinarian ever selected as a TED Fellow. Claire’s work underscores the connection between humans and animals, and how our very survival relies on a return to listening to what wisdom the natural world has to share. Dr. Claire Simeone is a marine mammal veterinarian, and founder of Sea Change Health, dedicated to improving health for all who rely on the sea.
Her work focuses on marine mammal health and conservation, particularly of stranded marine mammals. Prior to founding Sea Change Health, Claire directed the Hawaiian Monk Seal Conservation Program at The Marine Mammal Center, and worked as a conservation medicine veterinarian with The Marine Mammal Center and the National Marine Fisheries Service.
In 2018 Claire was the first veterinarian ever selected as a TED Fellow. Claire’s work underscores the connection between humans and animals, and how our very survival relies on a return to listening to what wisdom the natural world has to share. This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community. Learn more at https://www.ted.com/tedx

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