The James L. Voss Veterinary Teaching Hospital at Colorado State University has many ongoing clinical trials. These studies help doctors in the medical and veterinary fields investigate methods to improve detection and treatment of pet illnesses, as well as improve the quality of care each patient receives. Our goal is to give you a thorough understanding of our clinical trials, explain what is in store for you and your pet, and provide compassionate care throughout the treatment period.
Our feline chronic kidney research team is conducting several clinical trials. For further details, please visit the Feline Chronic Kidney Disease webpage.
Dogs with Soft Tissue Shoulder Disease
Investigation of Gastrointestinal Motility in Dogs Undergoing a Prophylactic Gastropexy Clinical Trial
Evaluation of Gastroesophageal Reflux in Dogs with Laryngeal Paralysis Clinical Trial
The Effects of Topical Naltrexone on Corneal Sensitivity and Tear Production in Diabetic Dogs Clinical Trial
Harnessing Mesenchymal Stem Cell Antimicrobial Activity: Preclinical Evaluation in Dogs with Antibiotic-Resistant Infections
Stem Cell Injections for Dogs with Chronic Severe Spinal Cord Injuries
Osteoarthritis, Laser Therapy, and Stem Cell Clinical Trials
Evaluation of Acupuncture for Treatment of Pain Associated with Canine Osteoarthritis
Evaluation of Partial Amputation in Dogs
Brain Tumors in Dogs:
Limited Sampling Strategy for Determining Mirtazapine Pharmacokinetics in Cats with Liver Disease
Feline Pancreatitis with MRI Abdominal Imaging
Chronic Kidney Disease (multiple clinical trials ongoing)
Available Clinical Trials through the Flint Animal Cancer Center
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