Purdue Veterinary Medicine Research Centers
In addition to the five Research Signature Programs, the College of Veterinary Medicine has several research centers. The research centers serve to focus resources on a specific area of research and provide benefits to faculty and students associated with them.
Center for Animal Welfare Science
The Purdue Center for Animal Welfare Science facilitates the well-being of animals through interdisciplinary discovery, learning, and engagement.
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Center for Comparative Translational Research
Translational research spans the continuum in which research findings from the researcher's lab are moved to the patient's 'bedside' (human) or 'barn' (animal).
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Center for the Human-Animal Bond
The Center for Human-Animal Bond is committed to knowledge of the interrelationships between people, animals, and their environment.
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Center for Paralysis Research
The Center for Paralysis Research develops clinical therapies for injury and diseases of the human nervous system.
Visit the Center for Paralysis Researchs website for more information
Comparative Oncology Program
The Purdue Comparative Oncology Program provides compassionate care for more than 1,000 pet animals with cancer each year at the Veterinary Teaching Hospital. The program generates important information leading to clinical trials of new therapies in humans with cancer and improved care for pet animals with cancer while educating veterinary students, veterinary technician students and veterinary oncology residents.
Visit the Purdue Comparative Oncology Program's website for more information
Equine Sports Medicine Center
The Equine Sports Medicine Center dedicates its efforts to the education and support of Indiana horsemen and veterinarians through the study of the equine athlete. The center performs evaluations for equine patients from poor performance, pioneered leading-edge equine research and the highest level of training for future veterinarians.
Visit the Equine Sports Medicine Center's website for more information