Dog sitting on bed.
What Every Single Pet Owner Needs to Know About Pets and Essential Oils
Essential oils could be harmful to pets under certain circumstances.

Postdoctoral scholar Kathir Selvam prepares alkaline loading dye as part of his research to determine gene damage caused by ultraviolet light.
Newly discovered gene sheds light on DNA repair
Scientists identify gene critical to important cell repair processes.
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Delta variant poses threat to fall semester
New COVID-19 strain more contagious; precautions being taken in case of another outbreak
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Global Burden of Animal Diseases: A novel approach
A novel approach to understanding and managing disease in livestock and aquaculture

Mona McGraw and Jeff Stuncard with their 9-year-old Maltese mix, Keylo.
Finding a cure for Cushing’s disease at WSU
Couple travels across the country to save their dog.
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Dr. Amanda Kappes feeds Itty Bitty an apple.
Pig has 23-pound tumor removed in lifesaving surgery
Agricultural animal team performs life-saving procedure.

Susan Noh using a microscope.
Committed to a deadly parasite
Susan Noh looks to optimize animal health by collaborating with researchers across WSU.
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Immunization Awareness Month: An Expert Addresses Common Vaccination Myths
Meet the Expert: Dr. Guy Palmer
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Dr. Amanda Kappes feeds Itty Bitty an apple.
Potbellied pig has basketball-sized tumor removed
Agricultural animal team performs life-saving procedure.
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Chris Boyd, College of Veterinary Medicine, Chief Operating Office
Computer generated diagram of gene strand.
Gene Editing: Experts Say it’s Time to Remodel Regulatory Landscape
Gene editing has the capacity to create transformational change in our food production systems.

WSU epidemiologist: Delta variant surges are likely
WSU Paul G. Allen School for Global Health epidemiologist Guy Palmer said the best defense against illness remains vaccination.
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Lori Lutskus performing rehabilitation therapy with a small dog.
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WSU faculty named leaders, new members of Washington State Academy of Sciences
Two College of Veterinary Medicine members among additions.
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Soccer Team
A game of friendships, not goals
For veterinary students, soccer offers a much-needed release from clinical rotations, studies.
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Agrilinks-Feed the Future
Addressing Food Safety in Aquaculture Systems in Developing Countries
Foodborne diseases (FBDs), caused by ingesting food contaminated with hazards, is a significant source of morbidity and mortality around the world.