Researchers will investigate how antibiotics were used to treat bushfire-affected wildlife to help inform antibiotic-resistance risks and improve treatment outcomes.
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Researchers will review clinical data on koalas affected by recent bushfires to help identify predisposing risk factors and prognostic indicators to improve their overall care in future fire seasons.
Researchers will develop evidence-based guidelines to facilitate triage and treatment of bushfire-affected marsupials to better prepare for future Australian bushfire seasons.
Researchers will provide science-based evidence to guide and improve rehabilitation and care for injured Australian wildlife.
Researchers will establish a culture system to grow Cytauxzoon felis, a tick-borne parasite that can cause life-threatening illness in pet cats.
Researchers will develop blood tests to diagnose a recently discovered hepadnavirus, a pathogen suspected to cause liver disease in cats.
Researchers will study different strains of Microsporum canis, the primary cause of ringworm in cats and develop a test for rapid diagnosis of this fungal disease.