We are proud to work with our veterinary colleagues.
Find out about current clinical studies, see our continuing education opportunities, post a DVM job for our graduates, learn how to become a preceptor, or honor your client’s pet with a donation in their name.
If you would like to refer a patient or consult with a WSU veterinarian, visit our hospital website.
Like in human medicine, clinical trials help veterinarians investigate methods to prevent disease and discover new ways to improve disease detection, diagnosis, and treatment. Participation is completely voluntary. Learn more about our current trials to decide if participating is right for your client’s pet.
- EEG and Seizure Prediction Study Utility of electroencephalography in seizure prediction in dogs and cats with acute brain injury
- Insulin-dependent Diabetic Cat Study Determining the Prevalence of Hypersomatotropism in a North American Cohort of Diabetic Cats
- Dog Aging Project TRIAD Study Trial of Rapamycin in Aging Dogs
- Canine Intestinal Modeling Project Intestinal biopsies from dogs for organoid development
- Agility Dog Health Needs Assessment Dogs participating in agility may have some health needs or disease risks that differ from those of pet dogs that are not athletically active.