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Scott-Ritchey Research Center

About The Center

The Scott-Ritchey Research Center is a state-of-the-art, interdepartmental and interdisciplinary research program at the College of Veterinary Medicine, Auburn University. The Center currently has the largest single endowment at Auburn University.

Research for Porter

 
 
Read how the research efforts of Auburn Veterinarian, Dr. Doug Martin and the Scott-Ritchey Research Center are providing answers in the fight against gangliosidosis (GM1) and other genetic diseases. [Read More at AL.com]

Support GM1 research at Auburn University by making a tax-deductible gift through the Auburn University Foundation online.

Give Now.

Gifts by mail should be made out to “Auburn University Foundation” and sent to the attention of:

Diana Turner
College of Veterinary Medicine
c/o Scott-Ritchey Research for Porter
317 South College Street
Auburn, Alabama 36849

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Follow Porter's story on Facebook at Prayers for Porter.
 

The Scott-Ritchey Mission

To conduct cutting edge basic and translational research to improve the health of dogs and cats and to communicate these findings to the clinical and scientific communities to facilitate their application.

 
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