Morris Animal Foundation Global Health Fellow with Smithsonian’s Global Health Program
Dr. Kali Holder is a Veterinary Pathologist and the Morris Animal Foundation Global Health Fellow with Smithsonian’s Global Health Program. Her research with the Smithsonian is on emerging skin diseases in rhinoceros and giraffe of East Africa and emerging zoonotic diseases in bats through the PREDICT program. Dr. Holder’s primary interests are in public health, zoonotic diseases, and applications of pathology to conservation goals. She is a devoted advocate of One Health and believes that veterinary pathology is an integral part of saving the world.