We are distinctly qualified to partnership with industrial sponsors.  

We are distinctly qualified to partner with industrial sponsors.


Our faculty have the expertise to develop research studies.  

Our faculty have the expertise to develop research studies.


Cornell has exemplary physical resources and infrastructure.  

Cornell has exemplary physical resources and infrastructure.


Our College is universally recognized as a premier veterinary medical institution.  

Our College is universally recognized as a premier veterinary medical institution.


Putting an End to Equine Summer Eczema

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Some of the horses in a a study exploring how summer eczema develops <more>

Research Facility Offers RNA Sequencing

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Cornell scientists exploring the road from genes to proteins can access a new  <more>

Clinicians Develop Safer, Faster Way to Diagnose Horse Eye Problems

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Horses face high risks of eye problems, and Cornell clinicians have developed. <more>

Study Confirms Risk Factor for Congestive Heart Failure

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The results of the first research ever conducted to investigate (more).

USDA Grant Funding Supports Super Studs

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Even the best medicine has side effects. For years, dairy producers have been (more)

Cornellians find new worm infecting US Cats

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Scientists document the first proof that raccoon parasite can infect cats. <more>

News About Sperm Offers Hope for Fertility, Contraceptives

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When it comes to conception there is no middle ground: either you want to get. <more>

Testing Underway for Cats with Acute Pancreatitis and Diarrhea

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Cornell is currently working with the Connecticut Public Health <more>

Understanding of Most Important Dairy Disease

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Cornell faculty have embarked on an innovative study to transform <more>

Contact Information

Judy Wood, Director, Research Affairs
College of Veterinary Medicine
Schurman Hall  Room S2 018;
Ithaca, NY  14850
Phone: 607-253-3759

Technology Transfer:

Phillip Owh, Sr. Technology Commercialization & Liaison Officer, Center for Technology Enterprise & Commercialization
395 Pine Tree Road Suite 310
Ithaca, NY  14850
Office: 607-254-4508; Mobile: 607-220-4905

 

Partnerships with Industries

Cornell's veterinary college has a longstanding cooperative and contract research relationship with the biotechnology, human medicine, and veterinary pharmaceutical industries.  Faculty in the College can provide analytic services and animal research to meet federal requirements. 


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Opportunities for partnership include:

  • Scholarships and Fellowships
  • Programs and Research Support
  • Clinical Trials
  • Collaborative Research Grants
  • Sponsored seminar series
  • In-Kind gifts
  • Matching gifts 
  • Material Transfer Agreements


Please contact Judy Wood for more information about establishing a research partnership with Cornell and with Phil Owh to discuss technology transfer.