Elk treponeme-associated hoof disease, previously thought to be limited to deformations in elks’ hooves, appears to create molecular changes throughout the animal’s system, according to WSU epigenetic research.
Promotion and tenure are the strongest possible statements that can be made about the confidence we have in a faculty member’s potential to grow and contribute at WSU. These high honors will be recognized during Showcase at the Celebrating Excellence Banquet on March 31. Promoted to the rank of Professor Kelly Farnsworth, Veterinary Clinical Sciences Janean Fidel, Veterinary […]
In 2017 the Washington State Legislature unanimously passed Senate Bill 5474 to designate WSU’s College of Veterinary Medicine as the state lead in developing a program to monitor and assess causes of, and potential solutions for, elk hoof disease. Read the 2022 report to the Legislature providing the most recent developments with the disease.