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Western University of Health Sciences kicks off summer research!

The College of Veterinary Medicine at Western University of Health Sciences kicked off their summer research program last week. Students participating in the summer research program at Western have received grants from the university and Merck Merial, in addition to the Veterinary Student Scholars Program here at Morris Animal Foundation. These students will be performing their research over the summer months in various areas. Participating in the Veterinary Student Scholars Program from Western are Bradley Ahrens, Eric Fish, Kursten Roderick and Lindsey Porterfield.  Below is a video taken by former dean of research at Western Dr. Tom Phillips.  Students participated in a full day of lecture and seminars, before a barbeque at Dr. Phillip’s home that evening. Dr. Phillip’s is still very closely tied to promoting research amongst students at the university.

Thanks to Western for your commitment to research!

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=28rG49Nymgw


Posted by MAFon May 27, 2010.

Categories: Animal health, Veterinary news, Veterinary research

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