The Baker Institute for Animal Health is one of the oldest research centers, having been established in 1950. It is dedicated to the study of veterinary infectious diseases, immunology, and genetics. Discoveries made at the Baker Institute have important implications for all animals, including humans.
Its Annual Report (1977 to date) presents timely information about research, accomplishments, publications, donors, news, and staff. It continues The Institute Report (1951-1976) when the center was known as the Veterinary Virus Research Institute until being renamed in honor of Dr. James A. Baker.
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