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  • October Update from Germany

    Fergie Time auf DeutschHi everyone, here is the next in the series of blog posts about my experience as a Fulbright faculty fellow in Hannover, Germany.

  • Barbara Vanderhyden is Billie Field Lecturer

    Barbara VanderhydenBarbara Vanderhyden, Ph.D., of the University of Ottawa spoke on April 10 as  the Billie Field speaker in reproductive biology. 

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    October Social

    Comparative Biosciences, colleagues, family and friends

    get together for a little after hours socializing.

  • Good old time at the ballpark

  • Faculty news.

    Dr. Indrani Bagchi

    Dr. Indrani Bagchi is awarded the Penny Severns Breast, Cervical and Ovarian Cancer Research Fund to investigate the role of estrogen in ovarian tumor formation

  • Department Holiday Party

    On December 13, the department celebrated with its traditional holiday party!

  • Dr. Lavergne in the news

    nameDr. Lavergne in the news.

    Expert Seeks to Expand Knowledge of Adverse Drug Reactions in Pets


  • MD/PhD Student Maggie Blattner Completes her PhD in the Mahoney Lab

    Maggie Blattner

    Maggie Blattner completed her PhD in the Neuroscience Program under Comparative Biosciences faculty member Dr. Megan Mahoney. Maggie is now  enrolled as  2nd year medical student as part of the Medical Scholars Program at the College of Medicine.

  • Holiday Greetings from Germany

    Holiday Greetings from Germany to all CB faculty,staff, students, and friends!

  • Dr. Berry's Research Highlighted in Stem Cells Translational Medicine

    Suzanne Berry-MillerComparative Biosciences faculty member Suzanne Berry-Miller published research in Stem Cells Translational Medicine detailing the use of stem cells to prevent the onset of dilated cardiomyopathy, a terminal condition in patients with Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy, in animal models for the disease.

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