Auburn University College of Veterinary Medicine
  • Dr. B.J. Newcomer
    The Three Q's of Colostrum Management

    Auburn's Dr. Benjamin Newcomer on the Importance of Colostrum Management for Calves

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  • Sara Bordelon
    What is MMVD?

    Auburn Veterinary Cardiologist, Dr. Sara Bordelon On Myxomatous Mitral Valve Degeneration.

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  • Dr. Tekla Lee-Fowler
    Dr. Tekla Lee-Fowler on Toxoplasmosis

    What is it? How we come in contact with it, and how to reduce the risk.

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  • Przewalski's Foal
    First Wild Horse Species Born From Artificial Insemination

    Auburn Veterinarian, Dr. Aime Johnson collaborates to benefit species conservation in the Przewalski's (Cha-VAL-skee) horse .

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Direct Giving

Direct giving ensures donations go directly to the Scott-Ritchey Research Center. Your gifts help the center continue critically important work and better the lives of canine and feline companions. Naming opportunities, ranging from laboratory equipment, to laboratories, to endowed professorships, and buildings are available.

Current Projects at the Scott-Ritchey Research Center

  1. Characterization of genetic mutations, genetic testing and development
    of gene-based therapies for muscular dystrophies and inherited metabolic
    brain diseases
  2. Development of contraceptive vaccines
  3. Development of gene-based therapies for cancer

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