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One Health Research Aims To Punch Antimicrobial Resistance In The Gut

Research

March 08, 2022

When bacteria reproduce, they typically make an identical clone of themselves that have the same traits as the original. But sometimes, they exchange genes with neighbouring bacteria to produce new, potentially harmful strains – and that process makes the whole phenomenon a One Health matter. 
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Investigating The Effects Of Climate Change In Fur Seal Immune Systems

Research

March 04, 2022

Dr. Mauricio Seguel, a professor in the Department of Pathobiology, studies how wildlife immune systems develop, especially early and late in life when the immune system is more sensitive to disease.
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The Two Sides Of The One Health Coin: Research And Pedagogy

One Health

March 01, 2022

“I want to use research to understand systems from a broader perspective because, ultimately, this allows you to implement more successful solutions.” – Dr. Katie Clow
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OVC Health Informatics Expert Making A Global Impact

Research

February 22, 2022

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OVC Researcher Aims To Improve Survival Of Critically Ill Horses And Foals

Research

February 18, 2022

Ongoing research at the Ontario Veterinary College led by Dr. Diego Gomez aims to understand the changes in gut bacteria of horses with diarrhea (colitis) and improve fluid therapy in dehydrated critically ill foals.  
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