Department of Clinical Sciences

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of animals
and people




Nestlé Purina Seminar Series

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The Spring 2015 Department of Clinical Sciences Seminar Series is sponsored by gift support from Nestlé Purina PetCare.
January 2015
1-22-15
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THURSDAY in ROOM C2505
Dr. Scott Palmer, VMD, Adjunct Professor; New York State Medical Director
Cornell University Department of Population Medicine & Diagnostic Sciences;
New York State Gaming Commission
Epidemiology of Racetrack Injuries; a matter of life and death.
Dr. Jonathan Cheetham
February 2015
2-6-2015
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Dr. Lisa Fortier, DVM, PhD, Professor of Large Animal Surgery
Cornell University Department of Clinical Sciences
Optimizing Regenerative Medicine - are we there yet?
Dr. Kei Hayashi
 
2-20-2015
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Dr. Tom Brenna, PhD, Professor
Cornell University Department of Population Medicine and Diagnostics Sciences
Recent molecular results on why salmon skin fat is good for my Jack Russell
Dr. Joseph Wakshlag
MARCH 2015
3-6-2015
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Dr. Soon Hon Cheong, DVM, PhD, Assistant Professor of Theriogenology
Cornell University Department of Clinical Sciences
Advances in Assisted Reproductive Technologies: Mimicking in vivo conditions in vitro using a bovine model.
Dr. Robert Gilbert
 
3-20-2015
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Dr. Chris Schaffer, PhD, Associate Professor
Cornell University Department of Biomedical Engineering
The Startling Conclusion About Problems in Federal Science Policy: It’s our fault
Dr. Jonathan Cheetham
 
3-27-2015

SPECIAL PRESENTATION
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Lecture Hall I
Dr. Danny Scott
, DVM, James Law Professor of Dermatology
Cornell University Department of Clinical Sciences
Please Pass the Anecdotes
Dr. Joseph Wakshlag
APRIL 2015
4-3-2015

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Dr. Lauren Witter, DVM student '17, Department of Population Medicine and Diagnostic Sciences
Canine Hemangiosarcoma and Tissue Factor: insights into the pathogenesis of DIC in HSA from the bench

Dr. Ashleigh Newman, DVM resident, Department of Population Medicine and Diagnostic Sciences
Reporting and interpreting RBC morphology: is there discordance between clinical pathologists and clinicians?

Dr. Joseph Wakshlag

 
4-17-2015
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Dr. Jonathan Butcher, PhD, Associate Professor, Associate Chair of Biomedical Engineering
Cornell University Department of Biomedical Engineering
3D biofabrication of complex living cardiovascular tissues
Dr. Jonathan Cheetham
MAY 2015

5-1-2015


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******SPECIAL GUEST SPEAKER******
Dr. Nicola Mason
, PhD, BVetMed, Assistant Professor of Medicine & Pathobiology
University of Pennsylvania School of Veterinary Medicine
Recombinant Listeria-based immunotherapy for the treatment of canine osteosarcoma
Dr. Jonathan Cheetham, Department of Clinical Sciences, Cornell University

Jointly presented by:
Comparative Cancer Biology Program
Department of Clinical Sciences
Department of Mibrobiology & Immunology

 
5-8-2015
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Dr. Brian Zanghi, PhD, Nutrition Physiologist, Research Scientist
Nestlé Purina PetCare Research Center, Molecular Biology Group
Fueling the Canine Athlete
Dr. Joseph Wakshlag