Senior Curator / Animal Care Sciences
Paul Marinari is the senior curator of animal operations at the Smithsonian Conservation Biology Institute in Front Royal, Virginia.
Howard, J. G., Lynch, C., Santymire, R. M., Marinari, P. E. and Wildt, David E. Recovery of gene diversity using long-term cryopreserved spermatozoa and artificial insemination in the endangered black-footed ferret, Animal Conservation, . 2015.
Santymire, Rachel M., Livieri, Travis M., Branvold-Faber, Heather and Marinari, Paul E. The Black-Footed Ferret: On the Brink of Recovery?, Reproductive Sciences in Animal Conservation: Progress and Prospects, 753 119-134. 2014.
Santymire, Rachel M., Lavin, Shana R., Branvold-Faber, Heather, Kreeger, Julie and Marinari, Paul. Effect of dietary vitamin E and prey supplementation on semen quality in male black-footed ferrets (Mustela nigripes), Theriogenology, 84 (2) 217-225. 2015.
Marinari, Paul. The Black-footed Ferret: Into the Night. World Association of Zoos and Aquariums. 2012.
Howard, JoGayle, Marinari, P. E. and Wildt, David E. Mustelid reproductive biology and integration of assisted reproductive technology in species recovery. . 2001.