Bernard Rono

Bernard Rono

Wildlife Veterinarian Kenya Wildlife Service

Bernard is a wildlife veterinarian at the Kenya Wildlife Service where he is responsible for ensuring health in free-ranging and captive wildlife population. He also implements conservation management programs such as translocation of wildlife from one reserve to another to maintain genetically viable populations. He has a keen interest in understanding the epidemiology of infectious animal diseases primarily at the livestock wildlife interface and designing programs to reduce disease burden in animals and humans.

Bernard will support data collection on the wildlife component of the co-infection project.

My Projects


Co-infection with Rift Valley fever virus, Brucella spp. and Coxiella burnetii in humans and animals in Kenya: Disease burden and ecological factors