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Respiratory viruses that hijack immune mechanisms may have Achilles’ heel
Protein key to blocking the body’s exaggerated inflammatory response.
Grants to improve animal disease detection and response
Pair of WADDL projects receive Farm Bill funding.
Guy Palmer testifies before Washington Senate Health & Long Term Care Committee
WSU to offer reproductive medicine and surgery for dogs and cats
A new service at the hospital makes WSU one of few places in the Pacific Northwest dogs and cats can receive specialized small animal reproductive medicine and surgery.
Aspen’s Fund to make giant impact for pets
Students continue emergency care for wildlife
WSU student pursues research career after father’s death
Joey McDonald’s dream is to help improve the lives of people like his father.
WSU helped lay the groundwork for CDC’s antimicrobial resistance network
WSU studies will be used by a CDC network combating antimicrobial resistance.
Cannabis impacts sperm counts, motility in two generations of mice
Gifts help to provide advanced care for critical patients
WSU alumna Nife Shola‑Dare finalist for Rhodes‑West Africa scholarship
How to holiday road trip with four-legged family
WSU veterinarians offer tips to help keep your pets safe during travel.
A $1.5 million gift inspired by a passion for animals
Couple donates more than $1.5M to College of Veterinary Medicine programs.
Deadly disease ‘not insurmountable’ for dogs at WSU
An eating disorder that has for many years been fatal for dogs, doesn’t have to be a death sentence—not for pets visiting WSU’s Veterinary Teaching Hospital.
Test determines antibiotic resistance in less than 90 minutes
Expanded aquatic biology technology will enhance health-related research
WSU professor wants to unlock skin’s regenerative potential
Research could dramatically alter the way serious skin wounds are treated in the future.
Identification of Brucella protein could lead to infection treatment
One of the most widespread zoonotic diseases in the world, brucellosis can be spread through unpasteurized dairy products and close animal contact.
Veterinary Diagnostic Challenges celebrates 30 year anniversary
Bacteria break-up may block bubonic plague
Originally created in 1936 by Randall Johnson, the Cougar Head remains a unique and distinguished part of the WSU identity.