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Recognized for contributions to the fields of microbiology and immunology and dedication to mentoring students and postdoctoral fellows.
Not many veterinary hospitals have mechanical ventilators or staff trained to use them. Luckily for Shiloh, CUHA has both.
Veterinarians and pet owners should submit acute and convalescent serum samples and request influenza HAI.
Jun 2, 2015 - 12 PM
Vera Gorbunova, Professor of Biology, Univ. of Rochester, "Longevity mechanisms in the naked mole rat and other long-lived mammals" Lunch provided with sign up - please... <more>
Jun 2, 2015 - 12 PM
Vera Gorbunova, Prof. of Biology, Univ. of Rochester, "Longevity mechanisms in the naked mole rat and other long-lived mammals" Lunch provided with sign up - please contact... <more>
Jun 5, 2015 - 12 PM
Dr. Phil Santangelo Dept of Biomedical Engineering, Georgia Institute of Technology Georgia ImmunoEngineering Consortium - Georgia Institute of Technology / Emory University... <more>
May 28, 2015 - 12 AM
Reunion 2015, June 4-7, is shaping up to set attendance records from several of the oldest and youngest classes, with events including an Olin Lecture with Junot Diaz, MFA '95. <more>
May 25, 2015 - 12 AM
President David Skorton gave his final commencement address, telling graduates that they leave Cornell with the most 'advanced and up-to-date knowledge' the faculty could impart. <more>
May 24, 2015 - 12 AM
Under brilliant blue sky peppered with wispy clouds and comfortable temperatures, Cornell University graduated its 147th class May 24, sending about 6,000 accomplished women and men into the future. <more>