As a Smithsonian research fellow, Dr. Jennifer Yu applies her veterinary background to infectious disease research and the conservation of endangered wildlife species around the world. Currently, she provides research support and assists with the management and implementation of various wildlife health and conservation projects, proving to be a valuable addition to the Global Health team.
Decker Sparks, J. L., Massey Combs, K., and Yu, J.H. 2019. Social work students' perspectives on
environmental justice: Gaps and challenges for preparing students. Journal of Community Practice 27, 476—486. https://doi.org/10.1080/10705422.2019.1655124
Yu, J.H., Durrant, K.L., Liu, S., Carlin, E.P., Wang, C. Rodriguez, J., Bratthauer, A., Walsh, T., Valitutto, M.T., Fine, L., Murray, S., and Fleischer, R.C. 2019. First report of a novel Hepatozoon sp. in giant pandas (Ailuropoda melanoleuca). EcoHealth 16, 338—345. https://doi.org/10.1007/s10393-019-01416-4
Krakauer, A.H., Blundell, M.A., Scanlan, T.N., Wechsler, M.S., McCloskey, E.A., Yu, J.H., and Patricelli, G.L. 2016. Successfully mating male sage-grouse show greater laterality in courtship and aggressive interactions. Animal Behaviour 111, 261—267. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.anbehav.2015.10.031