Proposal & Funding Resources
The Office of Research and Graduate Studies provides funding opportunities and proposal preparation resources for investigators.
Find resources on our college intranet.
Clinical Research Support
The Veterinary Clinical Research Office offers assistance to investigators through proposal preparation and review; forging connections with internal and external collaborators; serving as an initial point of contact for sponsors, owners, and other internal and external stakeholders.
Learn more about the Clinical Research Office's investigator support.
Anatomical Preparation Laboratory
The lab provides space and some technical assistance for gross anatomical related research activities.
Contact: Pam Arnold, APL Supervisor, 540-231-8992 or email@example.com
The lab provides on-site services such as digital radiography and fluoroscopy, ultrasonography, nuclear imaging, computed tomography, and magnetic resonance imaging by appointment, on a fee-for-services basis.
Contact: Radiology Department, 540-231-4628 or firstname.lastname@example.org
The lab provides the latest techniques in flow cytometry to enhance research.
Contact: Melissa Makris, Flow Cytometry Lab Supervisor, 540-231-4115 or email@example.com
The lab provides a constant supply of washed and sterilized glassware, plastics, and media that is essential for research activities.
Contact: Allie Price, Glassware Lab Manager, 540-231-4829 or firstname.lastname@example.org
The lab is equipped with instrumentation for ultrastructural analysis of biological and non-biological materials to provide investigators with data concerning specimen morphology.
Contact: Kathy Lowe, Morphology Lab Supervisor, 540-231-4811 or email@example.com
Physiology and Clinical Research
The lab provides physical space, assets, and technical assistance necessary to conduct research.
Contact: TRACSS Office, 540-231-4318
Quality Assurance Unit
The lab provides oversight to monitor studies conducted in compliance with the federal Good Laboratory Practice (GLP) regulations.
Contact: Sandy Hancock, Good Laboratory Practice Program and Quality Assurance Unit, 540-231-4817 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Study Design and Statistics
The lab assists with design, planning, and implementation of research projects, data management and analysis, evaluation, and presentation of data and information.
Contact: Dr. Stephen Werre, Study Design & Statistical Analysis Lab Supervisor, 540-231-3522 or email@example.com
The lab provides a variety of enzyme assays, qualitative and quantitative determination of the concentration of heavy metals, toxins, pesticides, as well as metabolism studies.
Contact: Dr. Geraldine Magnin-Bissel, Toxicology Lab Supervisor, 540-231-8689 or firstname.lastname@example.org
The Teaching and Research Animal Care Support Service (TRACSS) provides policies, guidelines, and support to assist investigators with research projects while ensuring compliance with Federal law and regulatory agency policies.