This study investigates viruses and risk factors associated with respiratory illness in endangered mountain gorillas and evaluates potential transmission routes for viruses to pass between people and animals.
Researchers will assess delivery methods for the vaccination of free-ranging bats using recombinant poxviral vectors.
Researchers will develop a novel vaccine to prevent pneumonia caused by Mannheimia haemolytica in bighorn sheep.
The aim of this study is to determine whether distributing the oral sylvatic plague vaccine to prairie dogs has protective and other effects on small rodents that live in and around prairie dog colonies.
This study investigates the factors underlying poor lamb survival in bighorn sheep herds in the years following a pneumonia outbreak.
Researchers will investigate innovative techniques to propagate elephant endotheliotropic herpesvirus in cell culture.
This study will investigate possible causes of an Unusual Mortality Event of California sea lion pups in Southern California, with a focus on infectious diseases.
This study will generate complete genome sequence data from Eastern gray wolves, which will determine if it is a unique species and therefore should not be delisted from the endangered species list.
This study investigates the efficacy and potential adverse effects of a long-acting antibiotic - ceftiofur crystalline-free acid - in red-tailed hawks.
Researchers will assess how exposure to lead may affect the health and behavior of the northern mockingbird.