Researchers will evaluate the optimal drug dosing for sarcoptic mange (a parasitic disease) in American black bears.
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Researchers will compare two small rodent live-traps used for research to improve trap success and health of captured animals.
Researchers will evaluate if electrical impedance tomography (EIT), a noninvasive imaging technique, can be used as a rapid diagnostic tool for tuberculosis in African buffalo and elephants.
Researchers are tackling critical first steps toward the development of a vaccine against two contagious facial cancers in Tasmanian devils.
Researchers will study Eastern newt immune responses and susceptibility to Batrachochytrium salamandrivorans (Bsal), an emerging and deadly chytrid fungal disease in salamanders.
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.
Researchers will study how human activity, such as landscape changes, impacts the health and reproduction of African forest elephants.