Morris Animal Foundation is partnering with Smithsonian Global Health to fund a wildlife health training program.
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Researchers will develop a noninvasive pregnancy test for conservation management of multiple wildlife species, including African lion, dama gazelle and maned wolf.
Researchers will identify ways to stop the spread of an ongoing epidemic of peste des petits ruminants, also known as goat plague, that is threatening the survival of the critically endangered saiga antelope and other wild hoofed mammals in Mongolia.
Researchers will develop new tools to measure chronic stress in whales, dolphins and porpoises.
Researchers will investigate whether reproductive disease in southern stingrays is linked to obesity.
Researchers will identify genetic variations in different bacterial strains of tuberculosis affecting wildlife, an important first step toward developing new treatments formultiple species.
Researchers will explore risk factors for cardiomyopathy, a chronic heart condition and an important cause of mortality in free-ranging southern sea otters.