All Articles: Veterinary Clinical Sciences
Expertise in comparative physiology helps to bridge an important gap, paving the way for clinical trials
U of M researchers use electronic medical records to understand how veterinary prescribing practices can be improved.
The study seeks to understand how the GI microbiome and urinary metabolome might be implicated—and is a first step to better treatments
2023 Resident and Graduate Student Research Grant funding has been awarded as of July 1.
Twelve research projects recently awarded $1.2 million in funding through the CVM intramural Internal Grants Program.
Researchers identified a genetic variant linked to sudden cardiac death in puppies—it may hold a key to predicting the condition in humans
Researchers are working to better understand why gastrointestinal injury is so common in working dogs––and how to prevent it.
The Summer Scholars program introduces CVM graduate students to research in veterinary medicine
Up to 20 percent of large and giant breed dogs develop osteosarcoma in their lifetime. Most cases aren’t found until they’re advanced stage.
Seven CVM projects recently received funding through the Rapid Agricultural Response Fund (RARF) for the 2024–25 biennium.