Researchers will investigate brain function, brain metabolism and gut microbiome in dogs to distinguish between epileptic seizures and an episodic movement disorder called paroxysmal dyskinesia – commonly mistaken for epileptic seizures – to improve diagnosis and appropriate treatment.
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Researchers will identify immune system genes associated with meningoencephalitis of unknown origin, a common inflammatory central nervous system disease in dog
By examining its effects on a dog’s heart and brain, researchers will investigate a wearable, wireless collar device designed to reduce seizures in canine epilepsy patients.
Researchers will compare the effects of three general anesthetic agents to find better anesthetic options for patients with intracranial disease.
Researchers will develop a rapid bedside test to quickly assess the severity of central nervous system injury in dogs.
Researchers will conduct a small safety trial evaluating a novel treatment aimed at silencing a genetic mutation associated with degenerative myelopathy, an incurable, progressive disease of the spinal cord.
Researchers will evaluate an advanced imaging technique to improve the diagnosis and monitoring of spinal cord lesions associated with canine degenerative myelopathy, a spinal cord disease in dogs.