Baker Institute for Animal Health

DEDICATED TO THE STUDY OF VETERINARY INFECTIOUS DISEASES, IMMUNOLOGY, CANCER, REPRODUCTION, GENOMICS AND EPIGENOMICS

Jacquelyn Evans, PhD

Baker Institute for Animal Health

Department of Biomedical Sciences

Assistant Professor

Baker Institute for Animal Health

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Office: 607.255.2066
Fax: 607.256.5608
Email: jme255@cornell.edu

Dr. Evan's Work

Dr. Jacquelyn Evans’ research program focuses on improving the health of dogs by identifying genetic risk factors for disease, leading to genetic tests to reduce disease frequency, earlier disease detection, and potentially improved therapies. Many canine diseases have human counterparts often caused by the same mutation or mutations in the same genes/pathways. Thus, the information we learn from the dog model may also inform human disease research.

Evans' recent work includes the following publications.

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