Researchers will investigate a second contagious cancer in Tasmanian devils.
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Researchers will establish tissue culture lines of captive and free-ranging wildlife to improve disease diagnostics, comparative biology studies and species conservation.
Researchers will investigate a nonsurgical method for suppressing hormone production in birds as a permanent solution for reproductive-related diseases.
Researchers will look at causes and potential remedies for spindly leg syndrome, a common developmental disorder associated with captive rearing of amphibians.
Researchers will investigate associations between bile extraction practices and the development of unusual cardiovascular and kidney disease in Asiatic black bears rescued from bear bile farms.
Researchers will determine if a new quick test for a respiratory fungal infection in people will work for testing wild birds.
Researchers will look at ways to boost the immunity of critically endangered amphibians against the deadly fungal disease, chytridiomycosis, responsible for the dramatic decline of amphibian species worldwide.