Disease Discovery in Kittens May Affect Treatment

The two most common causes of death in kittens are diarrhea and severe upper respiratory tract infections. Thanks to a Center for Companion Animal Health grant, UC Davis veterinary scientists have made a small discovery that may give veterinarians a better understanding of one of those issues.

Mentorship Leads to Award-Winning Research

With the largest and most diverse resident training program in the country, UC Davis is able to offer exceptional research opportunities. This unique ability to conduct research during a residency can have profound impact on veterinarians and can shape their career decisions.

Racing Medication & Testing Consortium to Fund Postdoctoral Fellowship and Research Proposal


Dr. Camilo Jaramillo-Morales with the Pharmacology and Toxicology Graduate group at the University of California, Davis recently received prestigious funding from The Racing Medication & Testing Consortium (RMTC) for a 3-year postdoctoral fellowship research project “Micro RNAs as Sensitive Biomarkers for Detection of Drug Administration in Horses.”

The Gamble: Can Genetically Modified Mosquitoes End Disease?

Professor Gregory Lanzaro, a molecular geneticist at the UC Davis School of Veterinary Medicine leads the University of California Malaria Initiative. The team believes it can harness gene drive in the fight against malaria in São Tomé and Príncipe.