By studying how platelets and bacteria interact when dogs with serious infections develop blood poisoning, the research fellow will gain information that will improve treatment.
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Investigating the Link Between Environmental Exposure to Chemicals and Equine Metabolic Syndrome (EMS)
Researchers will investigate the link between persistent organic pollutants in the environment and the development of equine metabolic syndrome.
Researchers will investigate how immune response cells, called dendritic cells, function and the role they play in the development of life-threatening bacterial infections in foals.
The research fellow will evaluate whether stem cells and regenerative therapies can be used for treating horses with brain and spinal cord diseases.
Researchers will develop a novel cell culture model that will be used to test vaccination and therapeutic approaches to protect cats from common respiratory viruses, such as feline herpesvirus.
The research fellow will study feline red blood cells to learn more about why these cells are more susceptible to oxidative injury in cats compared to other animals, especially in diabetic cats.
Researchers will investigate how current bovine tuberculosis disease control strategies are affecting the genetic and long-term herd health of wild African buffalo.
Evaluating Tuberculosis Prevention, Diagnosis and Control Strategies in Badgers and Elephants - Fellowship
The research fellow will evaluate strategies to improve the prevention, diagnosis and control of tuberculosis in both free-ranging and captive wildlife populations.
Researchers will explore drug treatments that target a genetic mutation associated with bladder cancer in dogs.
Researchers will evaluate the efficacy of a vaccine for visceral leishmaniasis, a parasitic disease, in United States foxhounds.