Dr. Sarah le Jeune, left, Professor of Clinical Equine Surgical Emergency & Critical Care at the University of California, Davis School of Veterinary Medicine, prepares horse for acupuncture treatments, assisted by veterinary student, center, Erin Roddy, class of 2010 while Registered Veterinary Technician Sandy Chancellor records information into the horse's medical records. Dr. le Jeune is a board-certified surgeon and a certified veterinary acupuncturist.
Capitalize on the large and diverse clinical caseload to support excellence in translational and clinical research.
The School’s commitment to providing cutting-edge clinical knowledge and services can take further advantage of the extensive clinical caseload at the William R. Pritchard Veterinary Medical Teaching Hospital. Through retrospective research on the vast database of cases, the establishment of a comprehensive clinical trials program, enhanced communications to clients and corporate partners regarding clinical trial opportunities, and the development of core research laboratory space as a shared resource within the hospital, the School is poised to evolve its translational and clinical research program for greater animal health advances.