Man’s best friend has long been known as the perfect companion. In exchange for food, water and a pat on the head, a dog will love and defend its owner. Pioneering research begun 16 years ago at the College of Veterinary Medicine has led to patented technology to prove that the ”Auburn Dog” is the […]
An effective treatment for a rare and fatal neurodegenerative disease may soon be in human clinical trials through pioneering advances in gene therapy and molecular medicine at the College of Veterinary Medicine and in partnership with human medical researchers in the U.S. and across the globe. Researchers at the college’s Scott-Ritchey Research Center and UMass […]
Studying diseases that affect animals and humans enables researchers to improve treatment methods and work toward cures for both, and nowhere is that more evident than ongoing research in cancer and diabetes at the Auburn University College of Veterinary Medicine. The concept of One Health is core to many research programs, and scientists at the […]
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