Large animal patient services coordinator Travis Bauer has been helping to ensure the WSU Veterinary Teaching Hospital’s clients and patients receive the best possible care since he joined the team in November 2020.
Since joining the Veterinary Teaching Hospital’s team one year ago as an animal technician, Cynthia Buss has helped to provide exceptional care to pets in the Small Animal Intensive Care Unit. She is currently enrolled in online courses to become a licensed veterinary technician.
What is your role with Rabies Free Africa and what attracted you to this role? My role is to reduce rabies by making sure all dogs and cats are vaccinated. What attracted me to this role is the way I see how rabies affected the lives of livestock and humans, and I wanted to be […]
Dr. Cynthia Cooper is conducting ground-breaking research in the School of Molecular Biosciences using zebrafish models to learn more about skin pigment diseases like albinism and melanoma and to develop treatments for the conditions.