Animal Biosciences Prof Writes on Exotic Job to Help Conserve Elephants

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Laura Graham

Animal biosciences adjunct professor Laura Graham had her work featured in the Globe and Mail July 6. As part of the “It Happened to Me” section, Graham described her role in collecting elephant sperm to help preserve the genetics of bull elephants and counter the effects of poaching. Graham studies reproductive physiology and endocrinology of wildlife species. Her work with zoos and wildlife agencies around the world is intended to help conserve and manage endangered species.