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Dr. Lisa Miller Elected as AAAS Fellow

Dr. Lisa Miller Elected as AAAS Fellow Trina Wood November 24, 2020 By Andy Fell, UC Davis News Eleven UC Davis professors have been elected in this year’s class of fellows of the American Association for the Advancement of Science, or AAAS, the world’s largest general scientific society. Among those elite is Professor Lisa Miller […]

Hyper-sensitive cell sleuth holds key to HIV cure

Tuesday, November 24, 2020 – 8:48am TZMgfp cells.jpg The new reporter cell enables scientists to directly study a single patient-derived infected cell and the virion particles within it, a level of detail that until now had not been available to HIV research. Photo: David Gludish. HIV has gone from a death sentence to a mostly […]

Penn State researcher to explore how vitamin D affects COVID-19

Funding from the National Institutes of Health will enable Margherita Cantorna, distinguished professor of molecular immunology and nutrition in the College of Agricultural Sciences, to study whether vitamin D supplementation could help people ward off or reduce symptoms caused by COVID-19.

Dean Lairmore’s COVID-19 update – Nov 23, 2020

Dean Lairmore’s COVID-19 update – Nov 23, 2020 Trina Wood November 23, 2020 UC Davis employs one of the most famous researchers on gratitude, Dr. Robert Emmons. As Emmons says, gratitude has the power to heal, to energize and to change lives. Gratitude recognizes that although life is not perfect that there are always good things […]

Big cats and small dogs: solving the mystery of canine distemper in wild tigers

Monday, November 23, 2020 – 2:29pm Tiger image 5.jpg Amur tigers share their taiga forest habitat with wild carnivores that act as a reservoir of canine distemper virus. Photo: Wildlife Conservation Society If you think getting your cat to the vet is tricky, new research has revealed that vaccination of endangered Amur (Siberian) tigers is […]

Dialysis Saves Dog with Acute Kidney Injury

Dialysis Saves Dog with Acute Kidney Injury Rob Warren November 23, 2020 “Case of the Month” – November 2020 Daisy, an 8-year-old female collie/terrier mix, grew up in Malibu, so she loves the beach. She’s always been a well-seasoned beachgoer, prepared for anything that might come her way. But a recent trip to Pacifica Beach […]

Can Cats and Dogs Be Allergic to Humans?

Given how common allergies to other species are, you may wonder: Can the opposite be true? Could a cat or dog have an allergic reaction to their owner, or to humans in general? Maybe, says Douglas Deboer, a dermatologist at the School of Veterinary Medicine at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. There has been some research […]

CVMBS Teaches Conflict Management In New Video Series

Even in the healthiest work environments and relationships, employees can find themselves facing conflict from time to time. Rather than trying to avoid or ignore conflict, the Texas A&M College of Veterinary Medicine & Biomedical Sciences (CVBMS) recognizes that “conflict simply is.” To encourage healthy habits for addressing conflict in the workplace, the CVMBS’ Office […]