Salmonella pull off the ultimate inside job
If eating a spoonful of raw cookie dough never wracked you with cramps and diarrhea, then you dodged the salmonella bullet, according to a Washington State University scientist whose work has shed light on how the bacterium launches its attack on the human gut.
What is the future of Lincoln Park Zoo's rabies program in Africa?
As the fight against rabies expands to new fronts globally, Lincoln Park Zoo plots its future in Tanzania.
New Way Revealed for Antibiotic Resistance to Spread
Washington State University researchers have found an unlikely recipe for antibiotic resistant bacteria: Mix cow dung and soil, and add urine infused with metabolized antibiotic.
WSU officials, donors dedicate home for global animal health
“Today represents an important milestone in our University’s long and distinguished history,” said WSU President Elson S. Floyd.
Global food security addressed by WSU faculty
Serving as moderators and speakers, faculty addressed global food security today in Buffalo, New York.
WSU studies impact of African livestock disease
Yoder is part of a group of WSU researchers studying the economic impact of infectious livestock diseases on the livelihood of farmers in East Africa.
Researchers examine pathogen abilities
The ability of some pathogens to “superinfect” animals that were already infected is the driving force behind greater genetic diversity in those pathogens.
Graduate research efforts share $1.5 M
The WSU Graduate School, using funds from an anonymous private donor, will provide $1.5 million over a five-year period to programs.
Vet Med lands $1.8M grant from Wellcome Trust
Disease researchers in Washington State University’s College of Veterinary Medicine have been awarded more than $1.8 million from the Wellcome Trust.
WSU Veterinary College Eyes West Nile Virus Advance; Urges Horse Vaccinations
Washington State University veterinarians and disease investigators are strongly encouraging horse owners to have their animals vaccinated.