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.
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Researchers will use molecular methods to identify which species of equine parasitic worms come back first after deworming.
Researchers will investigate the use of stress hormone levels as measures of stress and health of muskoxen.
Researchers will use antibiotic-resistant genes identified in seabirds from two protected conservation areas in Brazil to evaluate the impact of human activity over these environments.
Researchers will investigate if gut and nasal microbiomes play a role in the health and development of Cape buffalo calves and viability of the herd.
Researchers will investigate the potential relation between the bacterial composition of the gut, known as the microbiome, and the development of equine metabolic syndrome in Shetland ponies.
Morris Animal Foundation is partnering with Smithsonian Global Health to fund a wildlife health training program.