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Faculty and Staff Profiles
A Caring Community: Whether you work here or would like to join us, we’d like you to know we appreciate what our faculty and staff bring to the College of Veterinary Medicine. Your work helps us make breakthroughs in veterinary and human medicine. Our students look to your success as an example. And your dedication to them means that future generations of practitioners, researchers and diagnosticians have the solid skills they need to become leaders in their fields.
- Comparison of Growth Factor Treatments on the Fibrochondrogenic Potential of Canine Fibroblast-Like Synoviocytes for Meniscal Tissue Engineering.
- Comparison of 2 Fluid Ingress/Egress Systems for Canine Stifle Arthroscopy Using Computed Tomography.
- Culture of equine fibroblast-like synoviocytes on synthetic tissue scaffolds towards meniscal tissue engineering: a preliminary cell-seeding study.
- Intercostal approach for right adrenalectomy in dogs.
- Country- and age-specific optimal allocation of dengue vaccines.
- Seasonal effects of heat shock on bacterial populations, including artificial Vibrio parahaemolyticus exposure, in the Pacific oyster, Crassostrea gigas.
- A multiplex biomarker approach for the diagnosis of transitional cell carcinoma from canine urine.
Sep 8, 2014
Student Niki Fadden spent the summer of 2013 working on a research project that investigated the dental health of local dairy cows. She chose the project because there wasn’t much research on the subject and she was curious. “I wanted to see what their teeth looked like, if they had dental problems, and what kind,” [...] Read full story.
Sep 8, 2014
A new multidisciplinary study undertaken by investigators in the College of Veterinary Medicine, Department of Food Sciences, and College of Public Health, are seeking help to disseminate a survey to dairy producers. If you know of anyone who produces and consumes and/or sells raw dairy products from goats and/or cows, please forward this link to [...] Read full story.
Sep 8, 2014
The college extends a warm welcome to two new students from Ross University who are joining us for their fourth-year clinical rotations. Elizabeth Hogen is from Northridge, California and received her undergraduate degree from UC Santa Barbara. She is interested in pursuing a career in small animal surgery. Elizabeth is half Columbian and half Norwegian. [...] Read full story.