About this website

The EEHV information website is a resource for those in the elephant community, conceived at the the 7th Annual International EEHV Workshop in Houston, 2011.

About Us


What's EEHV?

Elephant endotheliotropic herpesviruses (EEHV) are a type of herpesvirus, which can cause a highly fatal hemorrhagic disease when transmitted to young Asian elephants.

EEHV History



Please read about Dr. Paul Ling and the great work he is doing

at Baylor College of Medicine to help save elephants from EEHV!



Download
10th EEHV Workshop Proceedings.pdf
Adobe Acrobat Document 1.5 MB

Meet Malee, first elephant calf ever born at the Oklahoma City Zoo

PHOTOGRAPHY BY J D'AGOSTINO, OKLAHOMA CITY ZOO


PHOTOGRAPHY BY SMITHSONIAN'S NATIONAL ZOO

We want to hear from you!

The EEHV Information Page is a place for those who share a commitment to unravel the epidemiology of EEHV and to developing science-based treatment and management recommendations.

Questions? Comments?

 

Use our Contact Form or email us at eehvinfo@si.edu!


 

Thank you to the Oregon Zoo for their generous sponsorship of this website