UAlbany News Podcast: How Zebras Can Help Us Understand Anthrax Transmission

On This Episode, Wendy Turner of Biological Sciences Shares Her Work in Studying African Wildlife

Photo by Patrick Dodson. 

ALBANY, N.Y. (Oct. 23, 2018) – Wendy Turner is an assistant professor of biological sciences in the University at Albany’s College of Arts and Sciences. On this episode of the UAlbany News Podcast, Turner shares her work in analyzing anthrax transmission among African wildlife.

Turner was awarded a $2.5 million grant from the National Science Foundation for this project.

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