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Morgan Bragg | Smithsonian’s National Zoo and Conservation Biology Institute

https://nationalzoo.si.edu/about/staff/morgan-bragg

Morgan Bragg is a graduate student researcher at the Smithsonian Conservation Biology Institute’s Center for Conservation Genomics and Center for Species Survival. Bragg’s dissertation focuses on understanding the origins of gastrointestinal health issues in captive canid species. She is specifically interested in host-microbiome-environmental interactions and their influence on host health. Morgan Bragg’s projects include:
Carnivores An estimated 25 percent of carnivores are in danger

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Jennifer Nagashima | Smithsonian’s National Zoo and Conservation Biology Institute

https://nationalzoo.si.edu/about/staff/jennifer-nagashima

Developing assisted reproductive technologies is often extremely challenging for wildlife species where little to nothing may be known about their physiology or basic reproductive biology. However, tools such as genome rescue (salvaging sperm/eggs or ovarian/testicular tissue from animals that have passed away before breeding), sperm/egg/embryo cryopreservation, and artificial insemination can be extremely powerful means to manage the genetic diversity of endangered populations.
Carnivores An estimated 25 percent of carnivores are in danger

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Harbor seal | Smithsonian’s National Zoo and Conservation Biology Institute

https://nationalzoo.si.edu/animals/harbor-seal

Harbor seals, also known as common seals, spend half their time in the sea and half on land. They have the widest distribution of any seal and live in both the North Atlantic and Northern Pacific oceans, ranging from cool, temperate waters to cold, arctic and sub-arctic coasts.
flee, usually by diving into the water, if it senses danger

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Species We Work With | Smithsonian’s National Zoo and Conservation Biology Institute

https://nationalzoo.si.edu/center-for-species-survival/species-we-work

Always free of charge, the Smithsonian’s National Zoo is one of Washington D.C.’s, and the Smithsonian’s, most popular tourist destinations, with more than 2 million visitors from all over the world each year. The Zoo instills a lifelong commitment to conservation through engaging experiences with animals and the people working to save them.
Carnivores An estimated 25 percent of carnivores are in danger

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