Sophia and Josie, 12-year-old Labrador littermates.
Team of WSU veterinarians help black Lab defeat cancer
Complicated surgical procedure offers potential cure for dog diagnosed with cancer.
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Co-Principal Investigator Alla Kostyukava works with students in her office.
NIH $1.3 million grant launches MARC program for WSU undergraduates
Maximizing Access to Research Careers supports underrepresented biomedical students.
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Grizzlies at the WSU Bear Research, Education and Conservation Center. (Photo by WSU Photo Services)
Leveraging the secrets of hibernation to treat diabetes
Foundational research is incredibly important because there are still so many unanswered questions in the world.
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Dr. Dale Moore in a field with dairy cows.
Dr. Dale Moore recognized for accomplishments
Dr. Moore is the recipient of the 2021 UC Davis Distinguished Alumni Award.
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Passing the baton: Abbott to lead WSU’s Diagnostic Challenges
Once a participant in the fourth Diagnostic Challenges, 26 years later Dr. Jeffrey Abbott will lead the program.
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Screening for hearing loss before it happens
“It’s a collaboration of AI, computer science and hardcore biology.”
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Students in Clinical Simulation Lab
Larry, a Newfoundland, is shown with his owner, Sarah Huston, a licensed veterinary technician at the WSU Veterinary Teaching Hospital. Larry is a regular donor at the veterinary hospital’s blood bank.
Donors like Larry save lives
Larry is the typical Newfoundland dog – big, cuddly, and friendly.
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Ryan Baumwart holding his long-hair tabby cat.
Veterinary cardiologist advances feline health through research
“I call myself the wandering cardiologist”...
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Dr. Katrina Mealey poses for a picture with her dog Borghi.
William Davis named interim vice provost for DAESA
Bill Davis will begin a one-year term on July 1.
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Carly at a WSU football game.
Making her own way: A legendary Coug family finds a new field
Carly Ellingsen comes from a long line of Cougar blood.
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Rachel Faulkner’s 10-year-old Labrador mix, Zephyr, looking right at the camera.
Loved dog beats deadly immune system disease
More than half of dogs diagnosed with the disease do not survive.
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The new Washington Animal Disease Diagnostic Laboratory facility on the WSU Pullman campus. (WSU Photo Services)
WSU’s new WADDL facility advances animal and human health
The new facility will be virtually dedicated via the College of Veterinary Medicine YouTube channel.
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WSU veterinarians helped Margie, a newborn horse, survive a complication during birth that only 32% of foals survive past 320 days. When Margie recently left the hospital, she was running with a positive prognosis.
Helping Margie beat the odds
WSU veterinarians helped Margie, a newborn horse, survive a complication during birth.
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Dog being evaluated in exam room.
Veterinary Teaching Hospital a WSU success story during pandemic
WSU's Veterinary Teaching Hospital continued to operate throughout the COVID-19 pandemic.
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Two orphaned fawns were brought last spring to Washington State University’s Veterinary Teaching Hospital.
Call before intervening with orphaned or injured wildlife
It is easy to mistake a healthy baby for one that may be orphaned or injured.
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Neuroscience student named Arthur Ashe Jr. Sports Scholar
“School and tennis are my top priorities,” Ly-Nguyen, of Canada, said.
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Landon Brough in the vet hospital with a patient, a senior dachshund.
DVM class of ’21 donates to Good Samaritan Fund
COVID-19 changed graduation plans and the class had more money than typical to direct to their gift.