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Congratulations to Dr. William Reece and Dr. Eric Rowe on the publication of the 5th Edition of their textbook Functional Anatomy and Physiology of Domestic Dogs
Bridging the Gap: How the one-year MS program in BMS is helping students acheive their professional goals.
Biomedical Sciences One-Year MS program helps College of Veterinary Medicine reach enrollment record.
Dr. Anumantha Kanthasamy was selected for the President initiative for interdisciplinary research using big data.
Vivek Lawana, current research conference chair, was elected as president for The Graduate and Professional Student Senate (GPSS) with 68 percent of the vote.
Vivek Lawana, Monica Langley, Dilshan Harischandra, and Shivani Ghaisas each won awards at the annual Society of Toxicology meeting last week.
Vivek Lawana: Honorable Mention, Molecular and System Biology SS Honorable Mention, Carl C. Smith award, Mechanism SS
Dilshan Harischandra: Graduate Student Best Abstract Award (1st place) Inhalation Toxicology SS SOT Graduate Student Award Graduate Student Award for miRNA Biomarkers for Toxicology Meeting
Shivani Ghaisas: Third place, Graduate Student Award, Metals SS
Third Place, Toshio Narahashi Graduate Student Poster Award, Neurotoxicology SS Honorable Mention, Carl C. Smith award, Mechanism SS Graduate Student Poster Award, Central State SOT
Monica Langley: First place, Graduate Student Award, Stem Cells SS Charles River Travel Award, Toxicology and Exploratory Pathology SS Third Place, Graduate Student Poster Award, Drug Discovery SS Graduate Student Poster Award, Central State SOT
Dr. Michael Kimber has secured a new NIH R21 grant award to investigate the host-parasite interface during Brugia malayi infection of the vector mosquito, Aedes aegypti.
Dr. Weidong Xu has received a grant from the US Depart of Homeland Security to develop a T-Cell Based Vaccine against African Swine Fever Virus.
Dr. Jesse Goff has secured a new NIH-R15 grant to develop Vitamin D glucuronide prodrugs for colon cancer treatment.
Dr. Alan Robertson has received a new NIH-R21 grant award to characterize a novel nicotinic acetylcholine receptor from the nematode pharynx as a potential drug target.
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Ghaisas wins best poster at Central States Society of Toxicology (CS-SOT) annual meeting.