Awards & Honors
Dr. Christopher A. Hunter, professor and chair of the Department of Pathobiology, was elected as Fellow to the Royal Society of Edinburgh (RSE). Dr. Hunter was also elected a member of the American Academy of Microbiology and appointed to the Editorial Board of the Journal of Experimental Medicine.
Gustavo Aguirre, VMD, PhD Named to Institute of Medicine
The Institute of Medicine (IOM) of the National Academies has elected Gustavo Aguirre, VMD, PhD, professor of medical genetics and ophthalmology at the University of Pennsylvania School of Veterinary Medicine, to its membership. Members of the prestigious organization are elected based on professional achievement and involvement with problems and issues that affect public health. Read more about Dr. Aguirre's most recent honor...
2012 Student Teaching Awards
This annual awards celebration allows the students to collectively recognize and celebrate the achievements and contributions of their fellow classmates and the teaching staff and faculty who have made a particular impression on their education. Read about some of the winners here>>
Tracy Bale recieved the Medtronic Prize from teh Society for Women's Health Research. Read more about the award here>>
2012 Hubert Global Health Fellow
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2012 Student Research Day
Faculty and students gathered in the Hill Pavilion Marookian Auditorium on Thursday, March 22nd to hear talks and view posters presented by VMD and VMD/PhD students who submitted abstracts in a competitive process. See the winners here>>
National Pork Board
Systematic Literature Review and Needs Assessment of Housing Systems for Lactating Sows and their Litters.
Washington State University (USDA)
Standardization of Health Event Data Recording to Improve Prevention and Control of on-Farm Disease in US Dairy Farms.
Identification of a naturally occurring model for EBV-associated lymphomagenesis.
Longitudinal Household Transmission of Veterinary Staphylococci: a Pilot Study.
Translational Gene Therapy for Rhodopsin Autosomal Dominant Retinitis Pigmentosa.
Mayo Clinic RochesterNeurophysiologically Based Responsive Pharmacotherapy for Epilepsy.
Pilot Project-Integrated Screening of Host Modifiers to Infection.
NIH NIAID F32-AI-098374-01
Visualizing impacts of T. gondii invasion events on mucosal immunity.
Peijing (Jeremy) Wang
Functions of MOV10L1 in piRNA biogenesis and germ cell development.
Functions of TEX11 and its associated proteins in mice and humans.
Sleep and Cognitive Function in Rodent Model of Prenatal Alcohol Exposure.