This study is part of our fellowship program, established to support early career research scientists. The Fellow will study whether infection with different strains of the parasite Sarcocystis neurona leads to different disease severity in southern sea otters.
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Researchers will develop a modeling tool to better understand disease transmission and forecast future disease outbreaks in Atlantic bottlenose dolphins living in the Chesapeake Bay.
In this pilot study, researchers will develop a big data model to learn more about drivers of avian cholera outbreaks.
This study is part of our fellowship program, established to support early career research scientists. The Fellow will use advanced genetic technologies to discover causative agents of severe disease and high mortality in yellow-eyed penguin chicks.
Researchers will develop a new core vaccine that is safe and can provide superior protection against three common cat viruses, feline herpesvirus-1 (FHV-1), feline calicivirus (FCV) and feline panleukopenia virus (FPV).
Researchers will develop a highly sensitive test to diagnose Bartonella bacteria, associated with a wide spectrum of debilitating diseases in cats and other species.
Researchers will identify mosquitoes capable of transmitting heartworm disease to dogs and other mammals to inform disease management strategies.