The program in Hemostasis Research involves the study of canine Immune-mediated Hemolytic Anemia focusing on platelet function, acute phase response, and RBC antigens. Other topics include characterization of canine protein C, hemostasis of chickens with fattly liver hemorrhagic syndrome, applied hemostasis method validation, effect of bovine viral diarrhea on hematopoietic tissue, effect of drugs and systemic disease on blood coagulation, and transfusion medicine.


Dr. Anthony Abrams-Ogg: Professor; Diplomate, ACVIM

  • Transfusion medicine, canine lymphoma, gene therapy

Dr. Shauna Blois: Associate Professor

  • Effects of drugs and systemic disease on blood coagulation; Transfusion Medicine; Effects of health and disease on the fecal microbiome


Dr. Darren Wood: Associate Professor

  • Hemostasis/Hematology; canine von Willebrand disease; canine immune mediated hemolytic anemia; characterization of canine protein C; storage lesion in transfusion products; avian hemostasis; microRNA in canine lymphoma; applied hemostasis method validation 


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