Dr. Sherri Cox is a graduate of the Ontario Veterinary College. As a wildlife veterinarian, she has extensive experience working with free ranging wildlife in Canada – from birds to mammals to reptiles – where she regularly provides diagnosis, treatment, and surgical intervention for thousands of sick and injured wildlife across Canada. Dr. Cox trains many student veterinarians and wildlife biologists in wildlife medicine and rehabilitation and given countless talks throughout the world on this topic. She also teaches chemical immobilization of free ranging wildlife.
Dr. Cox is the founder and medical director of the National Wildlife Centre and is committed to helping educate others on wildlife rehabilitation and medicine. Dr. Cox is also an Adjunct Professor in the College of Biological Science at the University of Guelph. Her research interests are rooted in wild animal welfare – both free ranging animals as well wildlife that are brought into wildlife rehabilitation centres in Canada.