News : 2012

Laboratory Holiday Schedule

The Avian & Wildlife Laboratory and the Acute Phase Protein Laboratory will be closed on November 22, December 25, and January 1. The laboratories will be open on all other weekdays. If you have a specimen that needs a quick turnaround during the holidays, please contact us directly at (800)596-7390. We wish you and your staff Happy Holidays and all the best for a great New Year.

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Thanks for a Great Response at the Annual AAV and AEMV/ARAV/AAZV Meetings

Dr. Carolyn Cray presented results of 5 studies at the recent Association of Avian Veterinarians meeting held in Louisville in early August. The Avian & Wildlife Laboratory also was pleased to sponsor the Research Session. Dr. Cray also presented her work at the annual AEMV meeting held in Oakland in October. She was also co-author on two other presentations. The Avian & Widlife Laboratory was also proud to sponsor the AEMV session on Pathology and Diagnostics.

At both meetings it was great to have the opportunity to meet with old and new clients in the Exhibit Hall. As always, we appreciate all feedback and the positive response to our laboratory services and ongoing research program.

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Your Continuing Contribution to Veterinary Medicine

More than 15 years ago, the Division of Comparative Pathology established a section of our laboratory with the goal of providing a strong avian, exotic, and wildlife diagnostic test array to meet the changing needs of our veterinary clients. The response of the veterinary community has been exceptional. The wealth of unique samples that have been submitted to our laboratory as well as funds derived from performing the clinical tests has combined to provide numerous opportunities to perform valuable research studies and further the field of veterinary medicine. Your contributions have been invaluable.

Our commitment to specialized veterinary medicine:

66 presentations at national and international meetings
60 journal articles
4 book chapters

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Thanks for a Great Response at the Annual AAV Meeting

Dr. Carolyn Cray presented results of 5 studies at the recent Association of Avian Veterinarians meeting held in Louisville in early August. The Avian & Wildlife Laboratory also was pleased to sponsor the Research Session as well as the opportunity to meet with old and new clients in the Exhibit Hall. As always, we appreciate all feedback and the positive response to our laboratory services and ongoing research program. We hope to see you soon at the combined AAZV/ARAV/AEMV meeting in October where we will present some of our additional ongoing projects.

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