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1. Measuring Hormones that Affect Recovery in Stranded Sea Turtles

(Web Page; Thu Mar 14 06:14:00 CDT 2013)

D13ZO-022Dr. Kathleen E. Hunt, New England Aquarium Co-sponsors: The Van Sloun Foundation

2. Reducing stress in endangered sea turtles during rehabilitation

(Web Page; Thu Apr 27 11:23:00 CDT 2017)

Principal Investigator: Kathleen E Hunt, PhD, Northern Arizona University Sponsor: Study ID: D16ZO-034

Description: Researchers will investigate the effects of, and ways to minimize, transportation-related stress on sea turtles to and from rehabilitation facilities and release sites.

3. Determining Endangered Sea Turtles’ Immune Response to Emerging Diseases

(Web Page; Mon May 09 11:40:00 CDT 2011)

Dr. Sarah L. Milton, Florida Atlantic University D10ZO-019

4. Studying the Link Between Mineral Deficiency and Survival of Turtle Hatchlings

(Web Page; Mon May 09 11:38:00 CDT 2011)

Dr. Debra L. Miller, University of Georgia D10ZO-008

5. Investigating an emerging disease in freshwater turtles

(Web Page; Wed Mar 15 14:26:00 CDT 2017)

STUDY ID: D16ZO-414 INVESTIGATOR: Daniel B. Woodburn, University of Illinois SPONSOR(S):

6. Treating Red-Tide Exposure in Sea Turtles and Sea Birds

(Web Page; Tue Dec 28 11:46:00 CST 2010)

7. Identification of Factors Contributing to Mycobacterium Tuberculosis Transfer Between Humans and Great Apes

(Web Page; Mon Jan 12 08:14:00 CST 2015)

D10ZO-902Tiffany Wolf, DVM, Pfizer Animal Health–Morris Animal Foundation Fellowship, University of Minnesota Co-sponsors: Fred C. and Katherine B. Andersen Foundation; Rex and Nelle Jackson Foundation