UC Davis veterinarians, residents and staff recently participated in the "Flamingo Round-Up" at the Sacramento Zoo, where the zoo's 39 flamingos received their annual wellness examinations.
Grasshopper, a resident Swainson's hawk at the California Raptor Center, celebrates the first international World Wildlife Day, dedicated to raising awareness of the world's wild flora and fauna.
Identification of a new pregnancy-supporting hormone in horses resolves a reproductive mystery, and may have important implications for sustaining human pregnancies. Photo: Sini Merikallio
Thanks to generous donors, the school has raised $160 million in philanthropic gifts as part of The Campaign for UC Davis-nearly 20 percent of which is directed toward student scholarships.
Nicola Pusterla, an equine specialist, shares what horse owners need to know about Equine Herpesvirus, its clinical signs, and treatment and prevention methods.
A newly identified T-cell immune pathway provides information vital for designing vaccines and medicines to prevent or treat deadly infectious diseases. (Photo: NIAID/NIH)
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Researchers recently discovered that specially-trained dogs can find small amounts of fecal matter on raw agricultural commodities such as Roma tomatoes, cilantro, romaine lettuce and baby spinach. Could canines be used to improve food safety?
Ensuring food safety from farm to fork
Identifying and developing advanced medical treatments.
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