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We are one of the largest and most active veterinary
pathobiology departments in the country. Our department offers
programs of graduate instruction and research leading to the
degrees of Master of Science and Doctor of Philosophy in Genetics,
Microbiology, and Pathology, and the Master of Science degree in
Parasitology. These degree programs provide the opportunity for
coursework of suitable breadth and depth within the major and
supporting fields in conjunction with research experience in an
area of interest.
Applications are being accepted for an Assistant or Associate
Professor in the field of Veterinary Microbiology. This is a tenure
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Mwangi and Dr.
Michael F. Criscitiello were recently featured in a CVM press
release for their collaboration in a study of cow
COLLEGE STATION, TX - Humans have been raising cows for their
meat, hides and milk for millennia. Now it appears that the cow
immune system also has something to offer. A study of an
extraordinary family of cow antibodies, led by researchers at The
Scripps Research Institute (TSRI) and coauthored by three
investigators from Texas A&M College of Veterinary Medicine
& Biomedical Sciences (CVM), points to new ways to make
faculty members' expertise in immunology and infectious disease, as
well as their easy access to a herd of cattle, made them a natural
fit as collaborators.
"These antibodies' structure and their mechanism for creating
diversity haven't been seen before in other animals' antibodies,"
said Vaughn V. Smider, assistant professor of Cell
and Molecular Biology at TSRI and principal investigator for the
study, which appears in the June 6, 2013 issue of the journal
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