Brandon C. Moore
Louisiana Tech University
Ovary; Wildlife; Fertility; Pollution; Sexual development
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Brandon Moore, PhD, is an assistant professor at Louisiana Tech University.
His research compares reproductive effects in wildlife – specifically reptiles and fish – from exposure to different levels of pollution in the environment. He investigates reproductive organs and cell processes to understand how pollutants can shape and alter sexual development and function in wildlife. Observed alterations in organ structures and associated genetic markers between unexposed and exposed animals inform on potential reductions in reproductive fitness and fertility.