CVM Research Outputs
Research continues to be one of the major missions of the College of Veterinary Medicine at Cornell University. As such, its faculty, students, and research scientists produce materials such as posters and datasets that describe or are related to their basic, applied and translational research activities and accomplishments.
This collection includes research outputs that have been submitted voluntarily by faculty, postdoctoral fellows, graduate students, veterinary students, technical personnel, and other research associates. Open access is provided under Creative Commons licenses.
Further information about the College’s research activities can be found at http://www.vet.cornell.edu/research/
StaPOPd Web Interactive: Interactive software code to "How do we augment the few that remain? Using stable population dynamics to aid reintroduction planning of an iteroparous species" (2019)Threatened and endangered species can face many hazards including habitat loss, invasive species, disease, and climate change. While habitat conservation, legal protection, and other measures mitigate some of these pressures, ...
(2019)There is growing interest in the horse for behavioral, neuroanatomic and neuroscientific research due to its large and complex brain, cognitive abilities and long lifespan making it neurologically interesting and a potential ...
(2018-09-25)The cat brain is a useful model for neuroscientific research and with the increasing use of advanced neuroimaging techniques there is a need for a white matter brain atlas to accompany the cortical grey matter atlas, ...