The Baker Institute for Animal Health continues to make discoveries that are changing veterinary medicine and making a better world for animals and humans alike.
NEW RESEARCH INITIATIVES IN CANINE HEALTH
Our faculty have undertaken three major collaborative projects focused on the health of dogs. These studies will enhance our understanding of how the canine immune system works, the causes and possible fixes for inherited diseases in dogs, and discover new treatments for a common form of canine cancer. Read more >
TWENTY-EIGHT ACTIVE GRANTS
Research at the Institute continues making discoveries that will enhance the health of animals and humans alike. In the past year, our faculty members have been actively engaged in 28 different research projects supported by our donors and by federal, state, and university granting agencies. Read more >
WORLD'S FIRST PUPPIES BORN BY IN VITRO FERTILIZATION
The Baker Institute proudly announced the birth of the world’s first in vitro puppies, an accomplishment that will help preserve endangered canid species and open new means for discovery in human and canine genetic disease. Read more >