Inaugural Class of Translational Research Fellows Named for 2020

The University of Wisconsin-Madison School of Veterinary Medicine, in collaboration with the Clinical and Translational Science Award One Health Alliance (COHA), has announced its inaugural class of Translational Research Fellows for 2020. These veterinary clinicians will obtain two years of research training related to their clinical specialty, supported by interdisciplinary mentor teams.

The initiative is supported by a CTSA Innovation Award housed at the UW School of Veterinary Medicine. The five-year, $3 million grant from the National Institutes of Health will further bolster efforts to bring physicians and veterinarians together in support of human and animal health. The grant will also help support the development of graduate veterinarians into skilled clinician-scientists and address gaps in knowledge of human and animal diseases. Read more.

The 2020 Translational Research Fellows are as follows:

Fellow Fellow Specialty Mentor Training Institution Research
Angela Gaesser Large Animal Surgery, University of Pennsylvania Kyla Ortved University of Pennsylvania Development of an Injectable Hydrogel for Sustained Release of Extracellular Vesicles as a Treatment for Posttraumatic Osteoarthritis
Britt Levy Dermatology, North Carolina State Aimee Payne/
Nicola Mason
University of Pennsylvania Comparative Immunology and Cellular Immunotherapy of Human and Canine Pemphigus
Alexa Personett Lab Animal Medicine, Colorado State University Daniel Gustafson Colorado State University Efficacy of Cannabidiol in a Rodent Model of Primary Osteoarthritis
Elizabeth Rose Anatomic Pathology, University of California, Davis Anthony Blikslager North Carolina State Enhancing Postnatal Development of Intestinal Microbiome, Neural Networks and Mucosal Repair Mechanisms With Oligosaccharide Supplementation in a Translational Neonatal Pig Model

« Back to News