Researchers will investigate the use of slow-release subcutaneous implants for administering antibiotic and antifungal agents to birds with aspergillosis, a common infectious disease.
Researchers hope to identify the arthropod that serves as intermediary host for Gongylonema sp., a parasite which causes necrotic oropharingeal disease in scops owl chicks.
This study investigates cryopreservation of avian red blood cells.
Researchers will develop a state-of-the-art molecular tool to track and study killer T-cell populations that are responsible for fighting viral infections and cancer in dogs.
Researchers will investigate the efficacy of the drug tramadol in relieving pain in dogs with osteoarthritic joints.
Researchers will investigate potential new medical treatments for canine Cushing's syndrome.
Researchers will improve techniques for monitoring anticoagulant therapy and preventing blood clot complications in dogs with immune-mediated hemolytic anemia.
Researchers will investigate the safety and efficacy of using donated stem cells to treat dogs with naturally occurring osteoarthritis that have limited treatment options.
Researchers will investigate the role of a signaling pathway in the progression of bone cancer in dogs and evaluate its potential as a new therapeutic target to help treat this disease.
Understanding the Transmission Risk of Bacterial Infections Between Therapy Dogs and Kids with Cancer
Researchers will determine whether the fur of animal-assistance therapy dogs can become contaminated with hospital-associated infections and test whether low-costinterventions can reduce the risk of microbial transmission between therapy animals and patients with childhood cancer.