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Amanda Abelson Amanda Abelson Clinical Sciences
  • Transfusion medicine
  • Trauma
  • Abdominal sepsis
Donna Akiyoshi Donna Akiyoshi Infectious Disease and Global Health
  • Molecular biology related research including gene expression, molecular genetics, genome sequencing, two-hybrid systems and phage display.
Janetrix Hellen Amuguni Janetrix Hellen Amuguni Infectious Disease and Global Health
M. Sawkat Anwer M. Sawkat Anwer Biomedical Sciences

Functional abnormalities associated with various liver diseases lead to accumulation of toxic products (such as bilirubin in jaundice and bile acids) in blood and premature death of liver cells. One of the major determinants is the inability of the liver to properly regulate bile acid transport from blood to bile. Studies are conducted to better understand the mechanisms regulating bile acid transport. Specifically, studies are designed to determine the role of various kinases and phosphatases in the regulation of bile acid transport using primary hepatocytes, hepatic cell lines and transgenic mice. Techniques used are cell culture, transfection of cell lines, solute uptake, western blots, protein phosphorylation, Protein S-nitrosylation, etc.

Sandra Ayres Sandra Ayres Biomedical Sciences
  • Caprine Reproduction: Advanced reproductive techniques, particularly in relationship to transgenics and cloning.
Jonathan M Babyak Jonathan M Babyak Clinical Sciences
No Photo Julie A Bailey
Perry J. Bain Perry J. Bain Biomedical Sciences
No Photo Lisa G. Barber Clinical Sciences
  • Medical Oncology
Mainity Batista Linhares Mainity Batista Linhares Biomedical Sciences
Gillian Beamer Gillian Beamer Biomedical Sciences,Infectious Disease and Global Health
  • Tuberculosis
  • Experimental pathology
Daniela Bedenice Daniela Bedenice Clinical Sciences

Comparative respiratory physiology and non-invasive pulmonary function testing (equine, canine, camelid). Large animal neonatal and adult critical care. Emerging infectious diseases in camelids.

Jerold Bell Jerold Bell Clinical Sciences
R. John Berg R. John Berg Clinical Sciences
  • Surgical oncology
Cheryl Blaze Cheryl Blaze Clinical Sciences
  • Reflux during anesthesia
  • One lung ventilation
Stephanie Borns-Weil Stephanie Borns-Weil Clinical Sciences
Randy J. Boudrieau Randy J. Boudrieau Clinical Sciences

Clinical orthopedics in general, with a focus on fracture healing and biomechanics. Special interests in total hip arthroplasty, cruciate ligament disease, and mandibular and maxillary trauma.

Robert Bridges Robert Bridges Biomedical Sciences My laboratory's research efforts focus upon the effects of the hormones of pregnancy and lactation upon maternal behavior and the neuroendocrine events that characterize these physiological states. Specifically, the actions of the hormone prolactin and the neural prolactin system are a main subject of study. We also have a keen interest in the longer term effects of reproductive experience in female mammals upon neural processing as a model for adult neuroplasticity. Possible alterations in dopaminergic and central lactogenic receptor systems as a function of reproductive experience are studied in the context of neuroendocrine and behavioral plasticity. Another area of research explores the neurobiological events underlying the establishment and activation of maternal memory, including the roles of pregnancy, birth, and the lactational state in this process.

Neurobiological Regulation of Maternal Behavior

The regulation of the onset of maternal behavior at parturition is regulated in part by the hormonal changes that accompany pregnancy and birth. Specific roles for the lactogenic hormones, prolactin and placental lactogens, together with their neural sites and modes of action have served to elucidate crucial factors that contribute to the normal and possibly abnormal expression of maternal care during the postpartum period. Moreover, research efforts to understand how the changes in the endocrine system and secretion of hormones contribute to much...
No Photo Roderick T. Bronson Biomedical Sciences
  • Pathology of mutant mice
  • Pathology of aging
  • Cancer pathobiology
David W. Brown David W. Brown Infectious Disease and Global Health Virus-induced autoimmunity; detection of novel retroviruses and investigation of their pathogenic potential; potential involvement of viruses or bacteria in infectious prion diseases; use of bacteriophages to control bacterial infections and environmental contamination; virus assay development.
Kirstin Bubeck Kirstin Bubeck Clinical Sciences
Kristine E Burgess Kristine E Burgess Clinical Sciences
  • Understanding the molecular mechanisms that trigger the development of canine/feline cancer and applying those findings into improved diagnostic capabilities and therapeutic options for treatment
  • Participating in clinical trials that evaluate the use of novel chemotherapeutics and immunotherapies in various malignancies
Elizabeth McCone Byrnes Elizabeth McCone Byrnes Biomedical Sciences

The overarching theme of my current research is identifying mechanisms by which various experiences lead to long-term changes in neural and endocrine systems. Moreover, we are interested in how sex influences the impact of particular experiences on both brain and behavior. Currently we have three main areas of focus. The first involves studies examining the transgenerational consequences of adolescent drug exposure (opiates and cannabinoids) in female rats with an emphasis on multigenerational patterns of substance abuse. The second involves studies examining the effects of both sex and experience on the neural regulation of the stress axis, particularly as it relates to modifications in anxiety and depressive-like behaviors. The third involves studies examining the effects of prenatal substance use (opiates and cocaine) on both the female and her offspring.

Kate Chope Kate Chope Clinical Sciences
Lilian Cornejo Lilian Cornejo Clinical Sciences
Susan Cotter Susan Cotter Clinical Sciences
  • Hematology, Oncology
Kate Cummings Kate Cummings Clinical Sciences
  • The anesthetic period for the equine patient
  • Transfusion medicine in dogs and cats
Suzanne Cunningham Suzanne Cunningham Clinical Sciences
  • Arrhythmogenic right ventricular cardiomyopathy in the Boxer
  • Inflammation in heart disease and heart failure
  • Endothelial dysfunction in heart failure
  • Endothelial progenitor cells in heart failure
  • Cardiac biomarkers
  • Novel medical and device therapies for congestive heart failure
  • Cardiac stem cell therapies
Akram Da'darah Akram Da'darah Infectious Disease and Global Health
  • Molecular and Biochemical Parasitology
  • Drug Discovery and Development: For parasitic diseases
  • Immune regulation and vaccine development.
Armelle M. de Laforcade Armelle M. de Laforcade Clinical Sciences

Coagulation changes in critical illness and in severe trauma; development of protocols for anticoagulant use in the veterinary setting; monitoring anticoagulation therapy; diagnosis and management of severe sepsis and septic shock; alterations in microvascular perfusion in trauma and in critical illness.

Nicholas H. Dodman Nicholas H. Dodman Clinical Sciences
  • Pharmacologic control of animal behavior problems.
Arthur Donohue-Rolfe Arthur Donohue-Rolfe Biomedical Sciences

My general research interest is the pathogenesis of enteric bacterial pathogens. My particular current interest is understanding the pathogenesis of enterohemorrhagic E. coli (EHEC). EHEC produces two toxins, Shiga toxin 1 and Shiga toxin 2. My laboratory has studied the basic structure of these toxins and is continuing to study their role in disease and the effects of immune therapy directed against the toxins may have in ameliorating the disease.

Ivan Craig Embree Ivan Craig Embree Environmental and Population Health

Interests include dairy production management assistance to dairy farmers, and development of systems to assist producers in competing successfully in the dairy industry.

Larry Engelking Larry Engelking Biomedical Sciences Although no longer actively engaged in research, Dr. Engelking's past research studies and writings have focused on a broad spectrum of both human and animal hepatic physiological control mechanisms. Included have been investigations of both exogenous and endogenous solute transport across liver cells, mechanisms of equine fasting hyperbilirubinemia, bile acid clearance and pool size studies in human patients with liver disease, effects of volatile anesthestics on equine liver function, comparative pharmacokinetics of lipophilic drugs in horses and humans, and enterohepatic cycling of drugs in ponies.
Dominik Faissler Dominik Faissler Clinical Sciences
  • Brain and spinal cord tumors; Wobbler's disease; Encephalitis; Epilepsy
Claire L. Fellman Claire L. Fellman Clinical Sciences
  • Immunosuppressive drugs, especially cyclosporine
  • Pharmacodynamics
  • T cell immunology
  • Antibiotic resistance
Stanley G. Fenwick Stanley G. Fenwick Infectious Disease and Global Health
Nicholas Frank Nicholas Frank Clinical Sciences
  • Internal medicine
  • Comparative endocrinology
  • Metabolism
  • Nutrition
  • Gastroenterology
Lisa Freeman Lisa Freeman Clinical Sciences
  • Nutrition and Heart Disease
  • Critical Care Nutrition
  • Cachexia and sarcopenia
 Jose M. Garcia-Lopez Jose M. Garcia-Lopez Clinical Sciences
  • Equine Orthopedics
  • Equine Upper respiratory
Rachael Gately Rachael Gately Environmental and Population Health
Carlos M Gradil Carlos M Gradil
Jennifer L Grady Jennifer L Grady Clinical Sciences
Jennifer Graham Jennifer Graham Clinical Sciences
  • Anti-Inflammatories
  • Oncology in Exotic Animal Species
  • Encephalitozoon cuniculiin rabbits
Alisha M Gruntman Alisha M Gruntman Clinical Sciences
Cailin R. Heinze Cailin R. Heinze Clinical Sciences
  • Cancer
  • Renal Disease
  • Omega-3 Fatty Acids
  • Companion Animal Nutrition
David M Hernke David M Hernke Environmental and Population Health
  • Dairy Calf Health
  • Ruminant Surgery
Richard M. Jakowski Richard M. Jakowski Biomedical Sciences
Thomas M. Jenei Thomas M. Jenei Clinical Sciences Pathophysiology of Equine Gastrointestinal Disease
Alicia Z. Karas Alicia Z. Karas Clinical Sciences
  • Pain medicine
Emily Tompkins Karlin Emily Tompkins Karlin Clinical Sciences
  • Degenerative mitral valve disease
  • TMAO and the relationship between GI bacteria and systemic disease
  • Heart failure
W. Michael Karlin W. Michael Karlin Clinical Sciences
Michele A.  Keyerleber Michele A. Keyerleber Clinical Sciences Palliative radiation therapy, Cancer pain and radiation side effect management, Radiation therapy treatment planning, Computed tomography (CT) imaging in veterinary oncology, Chemoradiotherapy and immunoradiotherapy: toxicity and efficacy, Anti-angiogenic therapy in veterinary oncology, Carcinomas, anal sac adenocarcinoma, canine and feline brain tumors, nasal tumors, osteosarcoma, squamous cell carcinoma in cats
Erin E. King Erin E. King Environmental and Population Health
  • Impact of Spanish translational services/trainings on dairy cow welfare and farm productivity

Ryan King Ryan King Clinical Sciences
Carl A. Kirker-Head Carl A. Kirker-Head Clinical Sciences Bone growth, remodeling, repair, inductive and mitotic proteins and bone and soft tissue mechanics, orthopedic device development and testing. Orthopedics; musculoskeletal, implants, bandaging; limb dynamics, Stem cell applications for musculoskeletal disease., Fracture repair, tendon and ligament injury, stem cell treatment, developmental orthopedic disease, laminitis
Joyce S. Knoll Joyce S. Knoll Biomedical Sciences I am interested in veterinary hematology, cytology and clinical endocrinology. Previous investigations focused on clinical application and validation of diagnostic tests and/or instrumentation for use with veterinary specimens. I played a role in validation of an ACTH assay for diagnosis of hyperadrenocorticism in horses and ponies. I have also evaluated several automated hematology instruments and some automated hormone assays using a chemiluminescent based system. More recently I have been focused on development of innovative teaching techniques.
Deborah T. Kochevar Deborah T. Kochevar Biomedical Sciences
  • Molecular pharmacology
Michael P Kowaleski Michael P Kowaleski Clinical Sciences
  • Clinical orthopedics, with a focus on total joint replacement
  • Arthroscopy
  • Fracture healing
  • Implant design
  • Biomechanics and the role of osteotomy in the treatment of joint disease
Raymond K. Kudej Raymond K. Kudej Clinical Sciences
  • Clinical veterinary soft tissue surgery
  • Minimally invasive surgery
  • Cardia, thoracic, gastrointestinal, and reconstructive surgery
  • Gastric dilatation-volvulous syndrome
  • Ischemia tolerance: metabolism
Mary Labato Mary Labato Clinical Sciences
  • Nephrology/Urology Disorders
  • Hypertension
  • Interventional Endourology
  • Regenerative Medicine
Sangun Lee Sangun Lee Infectious Disease and Global Health
  • Vaccine development
  • Host-microbe interaction
  • Microbial pathogenesis
David Lee-Parritz David Lee-Parritz Environmental and Population Health
  • Animal welfare
  • Animal model development and refinement
Kevin A. Lindell Kevin A. Lindell Environmental and Population Health
  • Bovine embryo transfer and zoonotic disease
Deborah E Linder Deborah E Linder Clinical Sciences
  • Obesity Management
  • Client Education & Communication
  • Human Animal Interaction (HAI)
Cheryl London Cheryl London Clinical Sciences
Orla Mahony Orla Mahony Clinical Sciences
  • Endocrinology
Sean B Majoy Sean B Majoy Clinical Sciences
  • Trauma
  • Sepsis
  • Coagulation
  • Emergency ultrasound
Phyllis Mann Phyllis Mann Biomedical Sciences Neurobiology of maternal behavior in rats. Dr. Mann is studying the involvement of the ventromedial nucleus of the hypothalamus (VMH) in the regulation of maternal behavior in rats. She is using and will use behavioral, molecular, and tract-tracing techniques to identify the central (brain) mechanisms that inhibit the onset of maternal behavior.
Jeffrey Mariner Jeffrey Mariner Infectious Disease and Global Health
David J. Matsas David J. Matsas Environmental and Population Health
  • Superovulation and embryo transfer in small ruminants
  • Semen cryopreservation in small ruminants
Melissa Mazan Melissa Mazan Clinical Sciences
  • The equine respiratory system: Pathophysiology of small airway inflammatory disease - airway smooth muscle
  • Effects of particulate matter air pollution on equine respiratory disease
  • Resting energy in horses with recurrent airway obstruction
  • Non-invasive lung function testing
  • Stem cell applications in equine internal medicine
  • Role of the trophic macrophage in lung regeneration
Robert McCarthy Robert McCarthy Clinical Sciences
  • Reproduction control in dogs and cats
  • Feral cat management
  • Surgery in exotic pets and wildlife
Emily McCobb Emily McCobb Clinical Sciences
  • Companion animal management policy
  • Stress and pain management
  • Subjective scoring systems
Megan Kiely Mueller Megan Kiely Mueller Clinical Sciences
  • Human-animal interaction (HAI)
  • Positive youth development
  • Human-animal interaction and public policy
Maureen Murray Maureen Murray Infectious Disease and Global Health
  • Wildlife medicine and surgery
  • Rodenticide exposure and toxicosis in birds of prey
  • Clinical use of electroretinography in birds of prey
Lisa M Naples Lisa M Naples Clinical Sciences
Felicia B Nutter Felicia B Nutter Infectious Disease and Global Health
  • Health of free-ranging wildlife
  • Wildlife rehabilitation and reintroduction
  • Conservation medicine
  • Infectious disease ecology and zoonoses, especially pathogen transmission from humans to other animals
  • Cat and dog population control, especially in lower and middle income countries
Mary Rose Paradis Mary Rose Paradis Clinical Sciences
  • Interested in clinical research involving equine neonatal diseases, especially sepsis and also equine geriatric problems.
Susan Pasquale Susan Pasquale Biomedical Sciences
April L Paul April L Paul
Dominique G. Penninck Dominique G. Penninck Clinical Sciences
  • Ultrasonography
  • Ultrasonography of the digestive system
  • Diagnostic modalities for pancreatic hepatic and gastrointestinal disorders in dogs and cats
  • Abdominal radiology
  • Interventional procedures
Lindsay B Philips Lindsay B Philips Environmental and Population Health
Stefano Pizzirani Stefano Pizzirani Clinical Sciences
  • Ophthalmology
Mark Pokras Mark Pokras Infectious Disease and Global Health
  • Functional and surgical anatomy of birds and reptiles.
  • Environmental pathology (including toxicology) of wildlife species.
  • Captive management of aquatic reptiles, birds and mammals.
  • Allometric scaling as a tool for understanding comparative clinical medicine.
  • Development of minimally invasive field techniques for wildlife health studies.
No Photo Kara Priest Biomedical Sciences
Stephanie A Pumphrey Stephanie A Pumphrey Clinical Sciences
  • Extracellular matrix modification in canine glaucoma
  • Alternative techniques for ocular surface reconstruction and stabilization
  • Ocular oncology
  • Ocular changes in systemic disease
  • Measurements of client compliance and use of novel tools to improve treatment outcomes
Virginia T Rentko Virginia T Rentko Clinical Sciences
  • Hematology
Alison H Robbins Alison H Robbins Infectious Disease and Global Health
  • Zoonotic diseases of public health importance,
  • Wildlife diseases surveillance and epidemiology, especially rabies, amphibian chytridiomycosis, and white nose syndrome in bats,
  • Disease control methods in free-ranging populations
  • Conservation medicine

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Nicholas Robinson Nicholas Robinson Biomedical Sciences
  • Endocrine pathophysiology
  • Cardiology (cardiovascular pathology)
  • Cardiovascular histology
  • Pathology rotation
Marieke H Rosenbaum Marieke H Rosenbaum Infectious Disease and Global Health
  • Urban agriculture and animal production
  • Tuberculosis in nonhuman primates
  • The Peruvian wildlife trade
  • Infectious diseases in urban rodents
  • Parenting and family planning amongst veterinarians
Linda Ross Linda Ross Clinical Sciences
  • Nephrology/Urology
Steven L. Rowell Steven L. Rowell Biomedical Sciences
Elizabeth A. Rozanski Elizabeth A. Rozanski Clinical Sciences
  • Respiratory disease/ventilation
Jonathan A. Runstadler Jonathan A. Runstadler Infectious Disease and Global Health
  • Virology, emerging infectious disease, and disease ecology
  • Comparative genetics, immunogenetics, and genetic mechanisms of infectious disease and health
  • Comparative medicine, evolution of immune function, and host/pathogen interaction
  • Veterinary and human public health
  • Veterinary immunology and virology
  • Genetic diversity
John E. Rush John E. Rush Clinical Sciences Etiology of canine acquired valvular diseases and surgical interventions; genetic testing in cats with hypertrophic cardiomyopathy; Quality or quantity of life in dogs with cardiovascular disease, Tissue plasminogen activator in cats with ATE; NT-BNP in dogs with DCM, CVD and shortness of breath, Interventional radiography, genetic and nutritional factors for heart valve disease in dogs and cats, congestive heart failure, thromboelastography, Hyertrophic cardiomyopathy in cats, arrhythmogenic right ventricular cardiomyopathy in Boxer dogs, dilated cardiomyopathy in dogs, degenerative mitral valve disease in small dogs., Morphometrics in cats with hypertrophic cardiomyopathy, Nutritional management of congestive heart failure
Allen T Rutberg Allen T Rutberg Biomedical Sciences
  • Deer and wild horse immunocontraception
  • Suburban deer controversies and population management
  • Wild horse management
  • Ungulate social organization
Diafuka Saila-Ngita Diafuka Saila-Ngita Infectious Disease and Global Health
Alfredo Sanchez-Londono Alfredo Sanchez-Londono Environmental and Population Health
  • Equine respiratory diseases (IAD, EIPH, RAO), equine neonatology and equine neurology.
George Saperstein George Saperstein Environmental and Population Health
  • Sustainable agriculture.
  • Preservation of germplasm from endangered breeds of livestock.
  • Antibiotic susceptibility diagnostics.
  • Congenital and hereditary diseases of large animals.
  • Staphylococcal mastitis in cows and goats.
  • International veterinary medicine.
Amy F. Sato Amy F. Sato Clinical Sciences
  • Ultrasonographic appearance of abdominal mast cell disease in dogs and cats
  • Contrast enhanced CT of the pancreas of dogs
  • T1-W FLAIR imaging of canine and feline brain lesions
  • MRI of canine insulinomas
  • Pulmonary CT angiography
Christopher M. Schonhoff Christopher M. Schonhoff Biomedical Sciences
  • Signaling by nitric oxide, liver physiology and livery pathophysiology
Leslie C. Sharkey Leslie C. Sharkey Clinical Sciences
  • Validation and diagnostic performance of clinical laboratory testing
  • Coagulation
  • Cytology
  • Chronic complications of cancer treatment in animal models

Abhineet Sheoran Abhineet Sheoran Infectious Disease and Global Health
  • Immunology and pathogenesis of human/zoonotic infectious agents.
  • Immunotherapy for hemolytic uremic syndrome (HUS) that can develop following infection with Shiga toxin-producing E. coli.
  • Vaccine development for cryptosporidiosis and leptospirosis.
Charles Shoemaker Charles Shoemaker Infectious Disease and Global Health
Patrick Skelly Patrick Skelly Infectious Disease and Global Health
  • Parasitology, molecular and cellular helminthology
Mauricio Solano Mauricio Solano Clinical Sciences
  • Nuclear medicine:Imaging of infection, staging of neoplasia, clinical use of novel radiopharmaceuticals
  • Diagnostic imaging of marine animals
  • Dr. Solano has a general clinical interest in MRI, Ultrasound, Radiology, and CT and also enjoys teaching all aspects of clinical diagnostic imaging to veterinary students and private practitioners
No Photo Adam South Infectious Disease and Global Health
  • Vector Biology
  • Pathogen-Vector Interactions and Coevolution
  • Sexual Selection
Michael S. Stone Michael S. Stone Clinical Sciences Small Animal Medicine clinical research, infectious tick-borne diseases such as borreliosis, anaplasmosis
Sam R. Telford III Sam R. Telford III Infectious Disease and Global Health
  • Research Ecology and epidemiology of vector-borne infections, particularly Lyme disease, ehrlichiosis, babesiosis, tickborne encephalitis, and tularemia; wildlife parasitology.
Wade A. Tenney Wade A. Tenney Clinical Sciences
  • Equine Ultrasound
  • Equine Sports Medicine
  • Regenerative Medicine
  • Equine Back Pathology/Pain
Florina S. Tseng Florina S. Tseng Infectious Disease and Global Health
  • Wildlife medicine and surgery with an emphasis on seabird biology
Saul Tzipori Saul Tzipori Infectious Disease and Global Health Enteric infections and the host response; this includes viral, bacterial and protozoan pathogens of veterinary and medical importance causing acute or chronic diarrhea in the immunocompetent or the immunodeficient host. In recent years investigations have focused specifically on:
  • The biology, pathogenesis, immunology, epidemiology, diagnosis, treatment, prevention and control of cryptosporidiosis and microsporidiosis in children from developing countries, and in individuals with HIV/AIDS.
  • Mechanisms of disease caused by Shiga-toxin producing E. coli(STEC), and development of therapy against the associated hemolytic uremic syndrome (HUS) - a complicating acute kidney failure in children.
  • Development of botulinum antitoxin therapy and control of intoxication in humans.
  • Development of strategies for identification, characterization and risk assessment of food and waterborne pathogens.
  • Development and preclinical evaluation of temperature-resistant and needle-free human vaccines for developing countries.
  • Clostridium difficile Disease: Investigations on the biology, pathogenesis, and development of therapy and vaccines.
  • Characterization of the human microbiome in the germfree pig model to investigate human gastrointestinal disorders.
  • Global health and RESPOND: a USAID sponsored project under EPT (Emerging Pandemic Threats).
Ane Uriarte Ane Uriarte Clinical Sciences
  • Epilepsy
  • Brain and spine surgery
  • Neuromuscular diseases
  • Vertebral malformations
Fair Vassoler Fair Vassoler Biomedical Sciences
  • Neuroscience
  • Addiction
  • Transgenerational Epigenetics
  • Extracellular Vessicles
  • The role of microRNAs in addiction
Angeline E. Warner Angeline E. Warner Environmental and Population Health
Annie Shea Wayne Annie Shea Wayne Clinical Sciences
Cynthia R. L. Webster Cynthia R. L. Webster Clinical Sciences
  • Cholestatic liver disease in dogs and cats, coagulation in liver disease dogs and cats, copper associated and immune mediated chronic hepatitis in dogs, cholangitis in cats
  • Animal based engineering and science challenges in K-12
Lois Wetmore Lois Wetmore Clinical Sciences
  • Molecular characterization of receptors involved in the transmission and treatment of pain. Unique species specific aspects of opioid receptors.
Eugene C. White Eugene C. White Environmental and Population Health
  • Bovine lameness and advanced reproductive technologies in cattle, sheep, and swine.

Christopher A Whittier Christopher A Whittier Infectious Disease and Global Health
  • I am broadly interested in issues of wildlife health with specific emphasis on human infectious disease threats to wildlife.
Giovanni F. Widmer Giovanni F. Widmer Infectious Disease and Global Health
Julia G Wilkinson Julia G Wilkinson Environmental and Population Health
Gregory M Wolfus Gregory M Wolfus Clinical Sciences
Carrie A. Wood Carrie A. Wood Clinical Sciences
  • Companion animal models of cancer
  • Novel application of chemotherapies
  • Clinical research trials
Vicky K. Yang Vicky K. Yang Clinical Sciences
  • Stem cell therapy for cardiovascular diseases
  • Biomarkers for cardiovascular diseases
  • Therapeutic and diagnostic potentials of microRNA in cardiovascular diseases
  • Epigenetics of feline and canine heart diseases