Center for Reproductive Biology

Genetic discovery could lead to better treatments for common tumor in dogs

Newly discovered genetic commonalities and differences among prevalent types of canine soft tissue sarcomas, a potentially deadly tumor, could pave the way for better diagnosis and treatments.

A dog undergoes radiation therapy at Washington State University’s Veterinary Teaching Hospital.

WSU students recognized at regional science symposium

Three Washington State University College of Veterinary Medicine students earned top poster awards during the 18th Northwest Reproductive Sciences Symposium. The event, which was hosted by the WSU Center for Reproductive Biology and focused on trainee-driven research, brought in 130 registrants from intensive research universities throughout the Pacific Northwest. The scientific program serves to showcase […]