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AMC Remembers 9/11 Twenty Years Later

A search and rescue dog and its handler at Ground Zero

My memories of 9/11 match those represented at the 9/11 Memorial and Museum. For me, the most poignant object displayed at the museum is an art installation entitled “Trying to Remember the Color of the Sky on that September Morning.” Each blue square in the artwork is a different shade, one for each life lost

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Veterinary Research: A Year in Review

Veterinary research results in new treatments, procedures and tests leading to improved pet healthcare. For the first blog of 2016, Fur the Love of Pets will review some of the research published in 2015 which has had a positive impact on the care of dogs and cats. Rabies Vaccination While it is important to keep both

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Conversations About Research at AMC

On September 21st, the Animal Medical Center hosted its annual “Cocktails and Conversation” event, which this year featured some of the AMC staff veterinarians involved in clinical research. Each researcher spoke about their current project and how the results of the study will benefit pets. Here are some of the highlights. Cancer Research at AMC During the

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Clinical Research at The Animal Medical Center

One part of The Animal Medical Center’s tripartite mission involves advancing the practice of veterinary medicine through research. Many types of research exist: scientific, historical, social science and economic are just a few examples. The AMC participates in a specific type of scientific investigation called clinical research. Studying Healthcare Clinical research asks and attempts to

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AMC Resident Research Abstract Presentations

Just before Christmas, The Animal Medical Center held its annual residents research abstract presentations. As part of their specialty training, residents are expected to design, execute and report on research in their area of clinical specialty, and this mini-conference provided a forum for exchange of the knowledge gained from research between members of The AMC

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