Canine Detection Research Institute - CDRI
Auburn University’s Canine Detection Research Institute (CDRI) is uniquely qualified to conduct state-of-the-art research and training. Established in 1989, CDRI has over 20 years of directed research activities encompassing canine detection and the process of canine olfaction.
The Auburn University program is the largest dedicated canine detection research program in the United States and its associated Canine Detection Training Center (CDTC) is one of the largest canine detection training programs outside of the federal government.
Also CDRI & CDTC are the only programs affiliated with a Veterinary Sports Medicine Program (the only one of its kind) and a College of Veterinary Medicine. The CDRI & CDTC are organizational components of the Animal Health and Performance Program at the College of Veterinary Medicine.
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