Feline intestinal lymphoma, cognitive dysfunction to be explored

by samantha_ashenhurst | December 22, 2022 11:20 am

Morris Animal Foundation has announced grants for veterinary researchers at Colorado State University (CSU), University of Wisconsin-Madison, and others. The projects, which are slated to begin in 2023, will focus specifically on feline health issues.[1]Tooth resorption, cognitive dysfunction syndrome, and oral squamous cell carcinoma are among the topics of six newly funded feline-focused studies.

Morris Animal Foundation[2] has announced grants for veterinary researchers at Colorado State University (CSU), University of Wisconsin-Madison, and others. The projects, which are slated to begin in 2023, will focus specifically on feline health issues.

“Cats are an important part of so many people’s lives,” says the foundation’s vice-president of scientific operations, Kathy Tietje, PhD, MBA. “Investment in research advancing their health and well-being continues to be a priority for the foundation. We’re proud to contribute to the science of feline health everywhere by providing financial support for these innovative studies.”

Recipients are:

Endnotes:
  1. [Image]: https://www.veterinarypracticenews.ca/wp-content/uploads/2022/12/SA_Morris.jpg
  2. Morris Animal Foundation: https://www.morrisanimalfoundation.org/
  3. Anne Avery: https://vetmedbiosci.colostate.edu/mip/directory/member/?id=3106
  4. Susannah Sample: https://www.vetmed.wisc.edu/people/samples/
  5. Maciej Parys: https://www.ed.ac.uk/profile/maciej-parys
  6. Gillian McLellan: https://www.vetmed.wisc.edu/people/gillian-mclellan/
  7. Terza Brostoff: https://carneylab.ucdavis.edu/people/terza-brostoff
  8. Shirley Chu: https://scholars.umsystem.edu/scholar/stack/687206/SHIRLEY-CHU?instId=7&unitId=1091&unitType=2

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