WSU veterinary college consistently an NIH top-funded school
The WSU College of Veterinary Medicine ranked No. 6 among veterinary colleges nationally for National Institutes of Health research funding last year.
WSU News

Animal Health Lab Grows a New 'Wing'
Food security and disease diagnostics are a main focus for the WADDL lab.
Lab Manager

WSU and University of California professors at 2015 biennial conference of the Teaching Academy of the Consortium of West Region Colleges of Veterinary Medicine.
Making teaching matter
For Steve Hines, it was Mrs. Ellen Walters, his fifth- and sixth-grade teacher at Walter Shade Elementary School in West Carrollton, Ohio, that brought together his love for animals and science.
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Tomorrow’s Scientists: Jessica Wong
Jessica Wong describes the work of veterinary pathologists as crime scene investigation but with less crime — and, at least in her case, more bacteria and ticks.

Award on top of books
Seven WSU faculty elected to Washington State Academy of Sciences
A third of this year’s class of new members in the Washington State Academy of Sciences (WSAS) are from Washington State University.
WSU Insider

Cow Elk -Elk Hoof disease
A crippling situation
Elk hoof disease continues spread into Idaho; hunters asked to report abnormalities
The Lewiston Tribune

Pursuing a pathogen: building on a century of research
In 1908, using just a microscope, veterinarian Sir Arnold Theiler discovered a microorganism inside the gut of ticks that sickens thousands of cows annually.
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Santanu Bose in a lab
Technology to lower inflammation, may help COVID-19 patients
WSU professor Santanu Bose has discovered a protein that may help stop patients who are dying from pneumonia caused by COVID-19.
Daily Evergreen

A discovery by this WSU researcher could prevent COVID-19 patients from dying
In some of the most serious COVID-19 cases, it's not the virus that kills. It's the patient's own body.
The Inlander

WSU researchers look to head off COVID-19’s deadly pneumonia
A discovery by a Washington State University researcher may hold the key to preventing the severe, deadly pneumonia seen with COVID-19.
WSU News

Infected Washington Elk
Elk Hoof Disease Found in California for First Time
The California cases were confirmed by scientists at Washington State University.
AP

Cracking the Lyme disease code
The next time a tick feeds on you, Washington State University researchers hope to make sure persistent arthritis caused by Lyme disease doesn’t linger for a lifetime.
WSU News

Elk research facility will help WSU answer disease questions and much more
It’s been a busy start to the year for Washington State University’s College of Veterinary Medicine. In January, construction of the new elk research facility on the Pullman campus wrapped up, and in February the first elk were moved in.
Washington Ag Network

Postdocs play key role in university success
Given the wide variety of roles they play across colleges and departments, there’s little debate about the value postdoctoral appointees add to Washington State University.
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VMP Faculty Announcement - Santanu Bose
Santanu Bose and his collaborator Dr. Zhenjia Wang from WSU College of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences was recently awarded a NIH RO1 grant titled” Active Drug Loading to Nanovesicles for Targeted Drug Delivery”. Santanu Bose is a co-investigator in this RO1 grant. In this grant nanovesicles derived from neutrophil membranes will be tested as a delivery-vehicle for delivering anti-inflammatory drugs in the airway for treatment of acute lung inflammation/injury (ALI).

VMP Faculty Announcement - Allan Pessier
Allan Pessier was one of the recipients of the first annual Dr.-Frank-Mutschmann-Award given by the German Association of Amphibian and Reptile Veterinarians for the best paper on amphibian medicine published within the last 12 months. The paper published in PLoS One described experimental studies of water composition in the development of spindly leg syndrome, which is an important limiting factor to successful captive breeding of amphibian species.

VMP Announcement - Steve Hines
Steve Hines was recognized by the International Association of Medical Science Educators for his contributions to DVM education.

VMP Graduate Student Announcement - Ryan Oliveira
Ryan Oliveira earned a Charles L. Davis Foundation Student Scholarship Award by the Charles L. Davis/Samuel W. Thompson Foundation at the American College of Veterinary Pathologists meeting in San Antonio for excellence in his graduate program.