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Reproductive Medicine Research Bolstered by Theriogenology Foundation

Finding financial support to encourage the training and education of future theriogenologists has been a daunting task. Not anymore.

The Theriogenology Foundation, formed in 2009 as a collaborative effort of the American College of Theriogenologists and The Society for Theriogenology, is working to secure and allocate resources dedicated to advancing the science and practice of animal reproductive medicine. The TF provided a $10, 500 grant to University of Pennsylvania veterinary student Brittany Beall for her research on the Influence of Delivery Method on Neonatal Canine Viability Parameters. In addition, the TF provided a research grant to University of Minnesota student Raeana Rice for her research on Evaluation of Parameters for Canine Breeding Management Using Banked Serum.

Additional funds are currently available for research in reproduction in other species, including funds for veterinary student research projects in canine theriogenology.

The Foundation is committed to providing educational opportunities for students, residents, interns and new faculty through travel grants and guest lecturers. Individual donors can direct their contribution to support research in equine, food animal/production, wildlife/exotic and companion animal reproductive medicine.


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