MU College of Veterinary Medicine finds a gene mutation responsible for causing Chédiak-Higashi syndrome.
Professor Frank Booth bred 160 rats in a study about physical inactivity that involved the offspring running on voluntary running wheels.
The new biosensor technology has the potential to improve the accuracy and time-span of food safety tests.
Henry is the first female dean in the MU veterinary school’s history.
Olson’s resignation will make the College of Veterinary Medicine the fourth MU academic unit without a permanent dean.
Kevin Keegan partnered with equine and engineering communities to construct a lameness detector now used worldwide.
Carlisle’s findings suggest a variety of pets besides dogs may have similar impacts on social skills.
Tim and Terry are the third team of mules since the club was founded in 1984.
The scholarships will cover 50 percent of recipients’ tuition and fees each year.
The two hope to develop a new way to treat cancer.
Deaton said the university spends its own resources to provide $55 million annually in work support to MU students.
The university would receive a total of more than $13 million in funding.
Rebecca Johnson will work to emphasize the health benefits of interaction between humans and animals.
The 8-year-old dog is making a successful recovery.
The project has a 36 percent yearly release rate.
The building used to be a part of the College of Veterinary Medicine.