Student Karen Shapiro designed an apparatus for measuring Toxoplasma gondii oocyst travel through the landscape.
Effective solutions to complex ecosystem health problems can only be found using the best possible science.
To support scientific excellence, the WHC has created several competitive grant programs supporting both student and faculty research. Each program has developed its own rigorous grant review process that incorporates input from expert scientists in the field as well as from stakeholder group representatives.
While each grant program supports wildlife health research, each program is administered individually and has its own area of focus. More detailed information is available at the sites below.