Tiger Assisted Reproduction
Tiger ProjectThe Tiger Project has been a long-term program of the Reproductive Sciences Department that has focuses on all aspects of assisted reproductive technology including artificial insemination, semen freezing, in vitro embryo production (including fertilization by intracytoplasmic sperm injection), freezing and transfer, and the production of tiger-specific hormones for stimulating and synchronizing ovarian activity in tigers.
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Gaur Assisted Reproduction
Gaur ProjectThe Gaur Project has been a long-term program of the Reproductive Sciences Department that has focuses on all aspects of assisted reproductive technology including artificial insemination; semen freezing, in vitro embryo production, freezing and interspecific embryo transfer.
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Gorilla Project
Gorilla ProjectFunded by the Morris Animal Foundation, this project was designed as a management tool for the Association of Zoos and Aquarium's (AZA) Gorilla Species Survival Plan (SSP) in order to skew the current sex ration and produce more female offspring. Read More
Assisted Reproduction in Snakes
Snake ProjectUsing the common corn snake as a model, researchers in the Reproductive Sciences Department were the first to ever report the successful birth of corn snake offspring using artificial insemination.  Read More
Assisted Reproduction in Frogs
Assisted Reproduction of FrogsThe Reproductive Sciences Department is contributing to the Omaha's Henry Doorly Zoo and Aquarium's commitment to the global efforts for the amphibian extinction crisis with the reproduction of frogs. Read More
Hormone Monitoring
Hormone MonitoringDiagnoisising pregnancy and reproductive disorders as well as monitoring stress are done through hormone monitoring. Read More
Reproductive Cryobank
CyrobankOmaha's Henry Doorly Zoo and Aquarium's Reproductive Sciences cryobank stores samples used in numerous ongoing projects. Read More