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Bobby Kwait (Ph.D. Candidate) holding an Eastern Copperhead to swab for Snake Fungal Disease (SFD).

 

 

 


Maslo Lab combines expertise to research snake fungal disease

 

 


Morgan Mark, Tyler Christensen, and Bobby Kwait—all members of Brooke Maslo’s lab—were recently awarded funding from the Association of Reptile and Amphibian Veterinarians (ARAV) for their project examining the seasonal dynamics of snake fungal disease in free-ranging eastern copperheads.

Professor Brooke Maslo was recognized for her outstanding contributions to teaching.

 

 


Associate Extension Specialist Brooke Maslo Awarded a Presidential Fellowship for Teaching Excellence


Professor Brooke Maslo is among the outstanding faculty to be recognized with University-wide Faculty Awards.

Professor Brooke Maslo and Kathleen Kerwin of Rutgers University–New Brunswick collect a tissue sample from a little brown bat for genomic analysis. Photo: John O’Boyle.

 


Rutgers Among Four Institutions Awarded National Grant to Combat White-nose Syndrome in Bats


Professor Brooke Maslo was awarded $268,081 to field-test a promising method of treating environmental reservoirs of Pseudogymnoascus destructans, the pathogen that causes white-nose syndrome in bats.