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2014 CVM News: Internal Grants Program funds research on brain development, amphibian disease, and canine orthopedics
|dc.contributor.author||Office of Marketing and Communications. Media Relations|
|dc.description.abstract||This news item is about: Three projects have been chosen for funding under the College of Veterinary Medicine’s 2014 Internal Grants Program “Research Grants Program in Animal Health”. The primary intent of the program is to provide funding for research addressing animal health and veterinary medicine that will provide definitive answers to hypotheses. The program also encourages the inclusion of veterinary trainees (including Dual DVM/PhD Degree trainees, interns, residents, postdoctoral associates with DVMs, and Cornell Clinical Fellows) and graduate students to participate in hypothesis-driven research to foster their research career development.|
|dc.publisher||Cornell University, College of Veterinary Medicine|
|dc.subject||Cornell University. College of Veterinary Medicine -- Periodicals.|
|dc.title||2014 CVM News: Internal Grants Program funds research on brain development, amphibian disease, and canine orthopedics|