Researchers will analyze the risk and rate of transmission of the virus that causes COVID-19 from humans to pet dogs.
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Researchers will determine how antimicrobial infections emerge and/or persist in veterinary hospitals to help better inform prevention measures.
Researchers will study the disease process and immune function of cats impacted by Cytauxoon felis, an emerging tick-borne parasite.
Researchers will establish a culture system to grow Cytauxzoon felis, a tick-borne parasite that can cause life-threatening illness in pet cats.
Researchers will develop blood tests to diagnose a recently discovered hepadnavirus, a pathogen suspected to cause liver disease in cats.
Researchers will investigate the cat-and-mouse game between the dog’s immune response and canine parvovirus, an infectious gastrointestinal illness of puppies and young dogs.
Researchers will screen genomes of several strains of bacteria causing leptospirosis, a potentially fatal disease in dogs, to help identify vaccine candidates and improve protection against infections.