Clinical trials of the anti-cancer agent PAC-1 are continuing to expand, thanks to a $7 million ...
Only a few cells in a cancerous tumor are able to break away and spread to other parts of the ...
Scientists have finalized a five-year study of newborn and fetal dolphins found stranded on ...
Federal Award Advances Clinician-Scientist Careers Robin Holland, a student in the Veterinary ...
Celebrate research at the college on April 20 Dr. Cheryl Asa, who pioneered the field of ...
Anticancer Discovery from Pets to People Dr. Timothy Fan, associate professor of oncology in ...
Illinois equine researchers garnered two of the 16 equine grants approved by the Morris Animal ...
The enormous, solitary leatherback sea turtle spends most of its long life at sea. After ...
Discovery at the College of Veterinary Medicine encompasses the spectrum of biomedical sciences.
The Office of Research and Advanced Studies provides assistance with grant writing, proposal preparation, research forms and protocols, and many other aspects of the research process and administers the joint DVM/PhD Veterinary Medical Scholars Program and the Summer Research Training Program for veterinary students.
Research and graduate education occur within the three academic departments, listed below, with guidance and support from the Office of Research and Advanced Studies.
- Department of Comparative Biosciences
- Department of Pathobiology
- Department of Veterinary Clinical Medicine
To see the breadth of scholarly activity of college faculty, visit individual faculty biosketch pages or view the recent quarterly reports on grants, publications, presentations, and honors. Below is a sampling of recent grants and publications.
Selected Recent Grant Awards
Using Optical Coherence Tomography for Margin Evaluation of Canine Mammary Tumors and Soft Tissue Sarcomas.
Selmic L, $46,358, American Kennel Club.
Biomechanical and Genetic Risk Factors for Osteochondrosis in Standardbred Pacers and Trotters.
McCoy A, $81,305, Morris Animal Foundation.
Sterilization of 1,000 Feral and Free-Roaming Cats While Training Fourth-Year Veterinary Students.
Weedon GR, $29,950, American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals.
Biomechanical Comparison of Equine Arytenoid Cartilage Stabilization by Standard Laryngoplasty and Modified Laryngoplasty Using a Toggle Technique.
Gutierrez-Nibeyro S, $4,860, Morris Animal Foundation.
Biochemical Mechanism of CYP2J2 Epoxygenase.
Das A, $308,000, American Heart Association.