Researchers will assess the extent to which agricultural landscapes influence the parasitic disease Toxoplasma gondii in wild African mammals, focusing on how these infections impact the behavior and health of wild spotted hyenas.
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Researchers will study how human activity, such as landscape changes, impacts the health and reproduction of African forest elephants.
Researchers will evaluate factors affecting the delivery of a topically applied oral rabies vaccine for vampire bats in the wild.
Researchers will characterize and monitor fatty disorders in Quaker parrots, a species prone to high cholesterol, as well as gauge the effects of statin drugs to address these disorders.
Researchers will study the complex issue of genetic diversity when bringing a species back from the brink of extinction, using genetic data from the critically endangered Pacific pocket mouse.
Researchers will study the relationship between gut bacterial communities (microbiomes) and gastrointestinal health in maned wolves.
Researchers will investigate a novel treatment for brevetoxicosis (a condition caused by ingesting harmful toxins produced by algae blooms) in stranded sea turtles.