Congratulations to JU’s Dr. Rosemarie Borkowski, Associate Professor of Biology/Marine Science, for being named one of the Top 15 Marine Vet Professors Nationwide.
VetTechColleges.com, which covers veterinary schools nationwide, named the best marine veterinary professors who help care for animals that live near the water “or even underneath it.”
Dr. Borkowski’s work with the JU Marine Science Research Institute focuses on dolphins in local waterways and efforts to learn about topics such as die-offs among the dolphin population. Her areas of expertise include Veterinary Medicine, Biology and Medicine of Birds, Marine and Terrestrial Mammals, Diseases of Zoo and Wildlife Species, Human Anatomy and Physiology.
VetTechColleges.com had the following to say about Dr. Borkowski:
A faculty member with Jacksonville University’s Biology and Marine Science Department, Dr. Rosemarie Borkowski also provides her services to many other organizations including the United States Navy Marine Mammal Program. Prior to receiving her doctor of veterinary medicine from the University of Florida, she worked for the Miami Seaquarium as a bottlenose dolphin trainer. She has also worked in a diverse number of facilities before joining Jacksonville University, including at the New England Aquarium. She is involved in the Georgia Aquarium’s Dolphin Conservation Field Station, which was founded as a joint venture in 2008 between the aquarium and Marineland’s Dolphin Adventure.
For more information on the rankings, visit http://www.vettechcolleges.com/blog/marine-veterinary-professors.