Our veterinarians regularly publish specialized research. Viewing our Academic Literature can be excellent for learning new treatment and care information for your patients, as well as for understanding more about what specialty services our hospital is able to offer you and your clients.
The mission of the Center for Companion Animal Studies is to foster interactions between clinical specialists, translational researchers, and basic researchers in the area of companion animal studies that will directly result in improved quality of life for animals and indirectly improve human health through interactions with their companion animals.
The Equine Reproduction Laboratory has a long history of developing techniques for the equine industry. These techniques include collection of semen, artificial insemination, recovery and transfer of equine embryos, shipping of cooled semen, and shipping of cooled embryos.
The Orthopaedic Research Center is known world-wide for joint problem prevention and healing research in the horse with some recently expanded work in human athletes.
The Small Ruminant Comparative Orthopaedic Laboratory furthers human medicine through the ethical use of sheep to model human disorders, including all manner of orthopaedic and metabolic conditions.
Clinical Trials are important for discovering new treatments for illness and conditions that many animals stand to benefit from.
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