Because of the specter of antimicrobial resistance looming as a threat to the health of horses, people, and other animals, we are particularly interested in how we can develop approaches to treatment and prevention of infectious diseases that are based on improving effectiveness of host immune responses to control infection (rather than using antimicrobial drugs).
- To control and prevent infectious diseases of horses
- To serve as a resource and repository for knowledge
about equine infectious diseases generated by our laboratory
- To train, engage, support, and nurture professional, graduate,
and undergraduate students wanting to pursue careers in biomedical sciences
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