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11. Leukemia

(Web Page; Mon Nov 26 10:13:00 CST 2012)

Leukemia, or cancer of the white blood cells, was the first disease associated with the feline leukemia virus (FeLV) and, thus, the source of its name. The term “leukemia” is often used rather loosely to include all of the di...

12. University Spotlight: Colorado State University

(Web Page; Thu Jun 27 18:21:00 CDT 2013)

By Allen Byrne With the Morris Animal Foundation offices located in Denver and Colorado State University (CSU) located just 65 miles away in Fort Collins, the two organizations are nearly neighbors. The Foundation supports scientists at...

Description: With the Morris Animal Foundation offices located in Denver and Colorado State University (CSU) located just 65 miles away in Fort Collins, the two organizations are nearly neighbors. The Foundation supports scientists at veterinary schools throughout the world, and CSU is one of its oldest partners.

13. It’s Always Cat Health Month at the Foundation

(Web Page; Tue Feb 10 14:50:00 CST 2015)

Nearly 100 million pet cats live in the United States, and many households have more than one furry feline. February celebrates those cats with National Cat Health Month. Of course, at Morris Animal Foundation, it’s always cat ...

Description: Nearly 100 million pet cats live in the United States, and many households have more than one furry feline. February celebrates those cats with National Cat Health Month. Of course, at Morris Animal Foundation, it’s always cat health month.

14. Using Genomic Technologies to Discover Causes of Feline Disease

(Web Page; Fri Aug 16 17:39:00 CDT 2013)

D14FE-007Dr. Sue VandeWoude, Colorado State University

15. Accelerating treatment discovery for complex feline viruses

(Web Page; Thu Mar 16 09:50:00 CDT 2017)

STUDY ID: D17FE-031 INVESTIGATOR: Paul R Hess, DVM, PhD, North Carolina State University SPONSOR(S):

16. Catching Cancer in Cats

(Web Page; Thu Jun 08 13:09:00 CDT 2017)

Research targeting cancer-causing viruses in cats key to combatting disease Viruses are everywhere, and infect nearly every living species, from animal to plants to bacteria; there are even viruses that infect other viruses! Although w...

Description: Although we tend to think of viruses causing diseases like the flu or common cold, it’s becoming increasingly clear that viruses have strong links to certain cancers, both in people and animals. Nowhere is this more obvious than in cats, where cancer-causing viruses have been recognized for decades.

17. University Spotlight: Colorado State University

(Web Page; Fri Dec 20 09:58:00 CST 2013)

With the Morris Animal Foundation offices located in Denver and Colorado State University (CSU) located just 65 miles away in Fort Collins, the two organizations are nearly neighbors. The Foundation supports scientists at veterinary scho...

Description: With the Morris Animal Foundation offices located in Denver and Colorado State University (CSU) located just 65 miles away in Fort Collins, the two organizations are nearly neighbors. The Foundation supports scientists at veterinary schools throughout the world, and CSU is one of its oldest partners...

18. Making the future healthier for animals

(Web Page; Thu Dec 28 10:54:00 CST 2017)

For Andrea and Vincent Conti it’s not only love for their golden retriever, Gemma, that connects them to Morris Animal Foundation; it’s a love of science. Andrea has her master’s degree in nursing, and Vincent is a card...

Description: For Andrea and Vincent Conti it’s not only love for their golden retriever, Gemma, that connects them to Morris Animal Foundation; it’s a love of science. Andrea has her master’s degree in nursing, and Vincent is a cardiac surgeon on the faculty at the University of Texas Medical Branch. That scientific background is what drew them to Morris Animal Foundation’s Golden Retriever Lifetime Study.

19. Our Foundation: Then and Now

(Web Page; Wed Aug 06 13:40:00 CDT 2014)

You can learn a lot about about an organization by combing through its’ historical archives. We know that Morris Animal Foundation today is a global leader in funding animal health studies, but what was our role 66 years ago when w...

Description: You can learn a lot about about an organization by combing through its’ historical archives. We know that Morris Animal Foundation today is a global leader in funding animal health studies, but what was our role 66 years ago when we first began?

20. Advancing the next big idea

(Web Page; Wed May 05 08:05:00 CDT 2010)

By Heidi Jeter Smallpox, polio and even influenza—these deadly diseases once ruled the earth, killing by the millions. Today, thanks to scientific research, their impact is far less. The same holds true for animal diseases such a...