Karen C. Drayer Wildlife Health Center

photo: Yvette Girard examines cultures of trichomonas for turbidity
Postdoc Yvette Girard examines cultures for turbidity indicating trichomonas growth. The Karen C. Drayer Wildlife Health Center is studying an outbreak of trichomonas in band-tailed pigeons in California.

Research Opportunities

From laboratories and white coats to boots and helicopters, WHC scientists bridge traditional and innovative methods to study complex wildlife health problems.

Faculty and student researchers associated with WHC are finding the answers today's conservation dilemmas: Why sea otters have declined? How can we save animals impacted by oil spills? What will happen to California during the West Nile Virus outbreak? Why do mountain lions attack people?

Please follow the links at left to explore more about funding opportunities for research.