Research Scientist / Center for Species Survival
Dr. Janine Brown has conducted research to better understand the reproductive biology of endangered wildlife for more than 15 years.
Abbondanza, Frances N., Power, Michael L., Dickson, Melissa A., Brown, Janine and Oftedal, Olav T. Variation in the Composition of Milk of Asian Elephants (Elephas maximus) Throughout Lactation, Zoo Biology, 32 (3) 291-298. 2013.
Ahlering, Marissa A., Maldonado, Jésus E., Eggert, L. S., Fleischer, Robert C., Western, D. and Brown, Janine L. Conservation outside Protected Areas and the Effect of Human-Dominated Landscapes on Stress Hormones in Savannah Elephants, Conservation Biology, 27 (3) 569-575. 2013.
Burgess, Elizabeth A., Brown, Janine L. and Lanyon, Janet M. Sex, scarring, and stress: understanding seasonal costs in a cryptic marine mammal, Conservation Physiology, 1 (1) . 2013.
Carlstead, Kathy, Mench, Joy A., Meehan, Cheryl and Brown, Janine L. An Epidemiological Approach to Welfare Research in Zoos: The Elephant Welfare Project, Journal of Applied Animal Welfare Science, 16 (4) 319-337. 2013.
Kiso, Wendy K., Selvaraj, Vimal, Nagashima, Jennifer, Asano, Atsushi, Brown, Janine L., Schmitt, Dennis L., Leszyk, John, Travis, Alexander J. and Pukazhenthi, Budhan S. Lactotransferrin in Asian Elephant (Elephas maximus) Seminal Plasma Correlates with Semen Quality, Plos One, 8 (8) e71033. 2013.