The Veterinary Investigator Program is a week summer program designed to provide incoming Cornell students and first and second-year veterinary students with a rigorous and rewarding exposure to biomedical research at the highest level of inquiry and to motivate students to pursue the study of research problems that are relevant to veterinary medicine. Cornell DVM students are encouraged to apply, however, a limited number of spaces are also reserved for external veterinary students. Students lacking a background in research, but displaying enthusiasm and curiosity, are especially encouraged to apply. Participation in the program requires a full-time commitment.
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A robust graduate program is being developed to train the next generation of veterinarians and scientists. CVM faculty are strategically clustered into research teams to promote interdisciplinary research between cluster areas, existing LIU faculty, and strategic external partners. Additional support faculty and staff include pathologists, postdoctoral fellows, technicians, graduate students, and undergraduates who will support cluster research activity. Inzana liu. Melody Bauer Administrative Assistant Melody. Bauer liu.
Faculty Research and Grant Planning
Since its founding, the Veterinary Memorial Fund has supported over different projects to foster improved veterinary medical care. The Fund has helped scientists develop knowledge, improve procedures, and perfect techniques in areas such as genetics, imaging technologies, chemotherapy, wound healing, dental disease, and equine laminitis. Our clinical research depends heavily on VMF funding. Read more about how these funds are improving human and animal health through our Veterinary Clinical Research Office. Purpose: To compare intestinal leak pressures between feline small intestinal samples sealed with different sizes of surgical staple cartridges.
Vaccination is aimed at mobilizing the immune defense mechanisms and is one of the most successful medical interventions. It has led to the eradication of small pox in people and rinderpest in cattle, and almost complete eradication of polio. Yet, infectious diseases continue to plague human and animal populations.