April 2018

Apr 3rd, 2018

Oncology Conducting Clinical Trial on New Melanoma Drug

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Dogs, like their human companions, can be susceptible to skin cancer, and the Oncology Service at Auburn University’s College of Veterinary Medicine could use the help of man’s best friend in launching a clinical trial to test a new melanoma treatment drug. “This study is designed to test a new drug that may be useful […]

February 2018

Feb 12th, 2018

Treatments for Diabetes and Cancer Found in One Health Initiative Research

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 […]

November 2017

Nov 28th, 2017

AURIC Names 2018 Faculty and Student Research Grants Recipients

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The Auburn University Research Initiative in Cancer, or AURIC, has announced the recipients for its 2018 research grants programs for faculty and students. A total of two major grants; four seed grants; and 10 graduate fellowship grants were awarded for the 2018 academic year, announced AURIC director Dr. Bruce Smith. “These grants highlight the cutting-edge […]

July 2017

Jul 31st, 2017

AURIC Feature: One Disease. One Medicine. One Auburn Family

The diagnosis of cancer in a loved one—whether human or animal—is difficult and challenging. Research by faculty through the Auburn University Research Initiative in Cancer seeks to find new cancer treatments for both animals and humans. Dr. Bruce Smith, a professor of pathobiology at the College of Veterinary Medicine and AURIC’s director, leads a university […]