Department of Clinical Sciences

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Advancing the health
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of animals
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Nestlé Purina Seminar Series

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The Department of Clinical Sciences Seminar Series is sponsored by gift support from Nestlé Purina PetCare.
September 2016
9-9-2016
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Dr. Richard C. Koya, MD, PhD, Associate Professor of Oncology
Rosewell Park Cancer Institute, Buffalo, NY
Enhancing adoptive T cell immunotherapy for cancer
Julia Felippe
 
9-23-2016
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Rebecca Harman, BS, Research Support Specialist Van de Walle Lab
Cornell University Baker Institute for Animal Health
In vitro Studies Exploring Equine Mesenchymal Stromal Cells as Therapy for Exuberant Granulation Tissue
Gerlinde Van de Walle
October 2016
10-7-2016
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Dr. Anja Sipka, DVM, PhD, Research Associate
Cornell University Department of Population Medicine and Diagnostic Sciences
Immune regulation in the bovine mammary gland – Understanding, preventing and treating mastitis in dairy cows
Daryl Nydam
 
10-21-2016
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Dr. Chick Weisse, VMD, Surgeon, Head of the Interventional Radiology Service
Animal Medical Center, New York, NY
Lessons learned using Interventional Radiology
Rob Goggs
 
10-28-2016
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Dr. Igor Canisso, DVM, MSc, PhD, Assistant Professor of Equine Theriogenology
University of Illinois Veterinary Teaching Hospital
Can enrofloxacin be safely administered to late-term pregnant mares?
Soon Hon Cheong
November 2016
11-4-2016
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Dr. Sydney Moise, DVM, MS, Professor of Medicine, Section of Cardiology
Cornell University Department of Clinical Sciences
Beating, Patterns, and Paris:  Sabbatical Discoveries of Heart Rhythm... With the Unexpected
Romain Pariaut
 
11-18-2016
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Dr. Tracy Stokol, BVSc, PhD, DACVP (Clinical Pathology) Professor
Cornell University Department Population Medicine and Diagnostic Sciences
Equid Herpesvirus Type 1-Induced Platelet Activation Is Inhibited By Anticoagulants Ex Vivo
Rob Goggs
December 2016
12-9-2016
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Dr. Jim Flanders, DVM, Associate Professor of Small Animal Surgery
Cornell University Department of Clinical Sciences
What I learned in Paris
Julia Sumner
 
12-16-2016
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Dr. Bertrand Lussier, DMV, MSc, Professor of Surgery
University of Montreal Department of Clinical Sciences
Evaluation of Therapeutic Modalities for OA: A Translational Approach.
Kei Hayashi