Diagnostic and therapeutic translational veterinary medicine
Developing novel diagnostic and therapeutic approaches to advance both animal and human welfare.
Using data from patients and animal models of disease, this programme of work aims to develop novel diagnostic and therapeutic approaches to advance both animal and human welfare. A particular area of interest is the development of species-specific monoclonal antibodies for diagnostic and therapeutic purposes.
Vitamin D a Predictor of Poor Clinical Outcomes
Gastrointestinal diseases are one of the most common disorders in dogs and are an important cause of significant morbidity and mortality. However, the cause of chronic enteropathies remains poorly understood and it is challenging for clinicians to predict treatment outcomes. Read more in this news story.
Dog study shapes plan to wipe out rabies
Rabies could be eradicated from street dogs in India with the help of a new smartphone app, a study has shown. Read more in the press release.