Researchers will evaluate factors affecting the delivery of a topically applied oral rabies vaccine for vampire bats in the wild.
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Researchers will test a probiotic treatment strategy (the use of beneficial, pathogen-inhibiting microbes) in wild boreal toads under threat from an emerging fungal disease.
Researchers will determine whether it would be safe to release a parasitic wasp in the Galapagos Islands to control a fly devastating young Darwin’s finches.
Researchers will determine whether an emerging and deadly salamander pathogen can be reliably detected in the DNA found in their housing environments to help improve disease monitoring in the live animal trade.
Researchers will evaluate the use of platelet lysate, a natural blood-derived product, in its natural and gel form to help control infections in horses.
Researchers will investigate the safety and effectiveness of a novel vaccine to protect horses against strangles, a serious infection caused by bacteria called Streptococcus equi.
Using samples and data from the Morris Animal Foundation Golden Retriever Lifetime Study, researchers will explore the prevalence and risk factors for intestinal parasites in golden retriever study dogs.