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Marc T. Valitutto

Wildlife Veterinarian

Smithsonian Institution

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Smithsonian Institution

P.O. Box 37012

Washington, D.C., District of Columbia,20013

United States

Company Description

Since its founding in 1846, the Smithsonian Institution has been committed to inspiring generations through knowledge and discovery. The Smithsonian is the world's largest museum and research complex, consisting of 19 museums and galleries, the National Zoolog...more

Background Information

Employment History

General Curator and Veterinarian

Staten Island Zoo


Veterinarian

The Livingston Ripley Waterfowl Conservancy


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How I Got My Dream Job Traveling The World And Taking Care Of Pandas | Fast Company

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Marc Valitutto, 36, is a wildlife veterinarian at the Smithsonian Global Health Program.
Valitutto's day to day involves interacting with wildlife with the hope of preventing viral outbreaks. Any vet needs to go to vet school to begin their professional journey. Valitutto, however, has the amazing opportunity to travel the world, solve global health problems, and even play with giant pandas, which is rare for people even in the veterinary field. I talked to him to learn more about how he got his job (he's currently stationed in Myanmar). Marc Valitutto is a wildlife veterinarian at the Smithsonian Global Health Program. [Photo: drattitutto/Instagram] Marc Valitutto, 36, is a wildlife veterinarian at the Smithsonian Global Health Program. Valitutto’s day to day involves interacting with wildlife with the hope of preventing viral outbreaks. Any vet needs to go to vet school to begin their professional journey. Valitutto, however, has the amazing opportunity to travel the world, solve global health problems, and even play with giant pandas, which is rare for people even in the veterinary field. Marc Valitutto is a wildlife veterinarian at the Smithsonian Global Health Program.[Photo: drattitutto/Instagram]


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Dr. Valitutto will be discussing veterinary cases encountered at the zoo and sharing some of the research he is publishing about zoo and avian veterinary medicine.
Dr. Valitutto, a graduate of the University of Pennsylvania veterinary school, is general curator/vet at New York's Staten Island Zoo and consulting veterinarian for the Livingston Ripley Waterfowl Conservancy in Litchfield. After completing his residency training at the Wildlife Conservation Society (Bronx Zoo, Central Park Zoo, Prospect Park Zoo, Queens Zoo, and New York Aquarium), he worked briefly as head veterinarian for the Smithsonian Conservation Biology Institute: a 3,500-acre park dedicated to propagating endangered species including various cranes, cheetahs, maned wolves, and Przewalski's horses. Valitutto was recently seen on NBC's "Today" Show with C.C., an adorable sloth!


Staten Island Zoo announces its Newest Resident - MJ the Anteater | Staten Island Tourism Official Website: Visit Staten Island

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According to Dr. Marc Valitutto, the Zoo's general curator, tamamdua births are rare because there are so few living in captivity, and only one-to-two births per year are recorded in Association of Zoos and Aquariums (AZA) nationwide.


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Dr. Marc Valitutto - General Curator/Veterinarian


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Dr. Marc Valitutto, VMD, Veterinarian


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