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Awards, October 2016

OCTOBER 2016

Rodrigo Bicalho (New Award)
Research Grant - Merck Animal Health
Efficacy of Bacterin and Subunit Vaccines of Escherichia coli, Trueperella pyogenes, and Fusobacterium necrophorum to Reduce the Incidence of Post-Partum Uterine Disease in Cows

Jordyn Boesch (New Award)
Research Grant - Amanda Howland
Pharmacokinetics of Oral Cannabadiol and Treatment of Chronic Osteoarthritis Pain in Dogs

Yung-Fu Chang
Research Grant - Weill Cornell Medicine (NIH/NCATS)
Develop Human Colon Stem Cell Organoids for the Study of C. difficile Virulence Factors

Jonathan Cheetham/Lawrence Bonassar (New Award)
Research Grant - Weill Cornell Medicine (WCM)

In Vivo Cell Based Annular Repair in a Rat/Sheep Model Using High-Density Collagen Gels

Bethany Cummings (New Award)
Research Grant - U.S. Highbush Blueberry Council
Efficacy of Dietary Blueberry Supplementation to Improve Glucose Homeostasis and Islet Morphology in Diet-Induced Obese Mice

Charles Danko (New Award)
Research Grant - Genentech Inc.
Understanding Resistance to Endocrine Agents in Breast Cancer Cells


Robin Davisson

Research Grant - Weill Cornell Medical (WCM)
PPG-Genetic and Signaling Mechanisms in the Central Regulation of Blood Pressure (Project 1)

SallyAnne Ness/Bettina Wagner
Research Grant - Morris Animal Foundation (MAF)
Directed Stem Cell Therapies for Equine Neurologic Disease


John Parker (New Award)
Research Grant - Burroughs Wellcome Fund (BWF)
Support for a Seminar to be Presented by Mary Estes at Cornell Unviersity


John Parker
Conference Grant - NIH-National Institute of Allergy & Infectious Disease (NIAID)
Mechanisms of Virus-Mediated Compartmentalization of the Host Translational Machinery

Anil Thachil
Diagnostic Testing Agreement - Food and Drug Administration (FDA)
Investigating Quality of Commercially Available Raw Meat Diets for Companion Animals


Amy Vasquez/Darryl Nydam (New Award)
Research Grant - University of Vermont-Sustainable Agriculture Research and Education (SARE)
Promoting Sustainability on Moderate-sized Dairies: Use of a Pathogen-based Protocol for Treatment of Clinical Mastitis