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Center for Integrative Mammalian Research


Revealing the interconnectivity of animal and human health

CENTERED ON BIOMEDICAL SCIENCE


Understanding animal and human health at the cellular level.

We’re focused on understanding cellular and molecular mechanisms underlying the function of body systems during health and disease, including animal models of human diseases. There is a substantial representation of animal research in reproduction, clinical pharmacology, comparative immunology, and anesthesiology, owing to the unique availability of feral donkeys and African green monkeys in the Federation of St. Kitts and Nevis.

FOSTERING ENHANCED DVM AND PARTNER ENGAGEMENT

The Center for Integrative Mammalian Research continues to reveal research to protect and promote animal and human health.

44

Peer-reviewed papers published in 2020

105

Research Volunteers and Research Assistants participated in studies in 2020

3

Graduate Students Enrolled in 2020

28

Presentations in 2020

 

 

CENTER FOR INTEGRATIVE MAMMALIAN RESEARCH FOCUS AREAS


We seek to understand the interconnectivity of basic cell biology, the immune system, and the delineation of body systems in health and disease.

From working to understand the innate immune role of TRIM proteins in bovine macrophages to assembling a network of collaborators from across the globe to explore innovative ways of improving animal welfare and fertility, our researchers are advancing animal and human health.

  • Animal Models for Human Diseases
  • Animal Reproduction and Genetic Disorders
  • Animal Physiology/Pharmacology/Toxicology
  • Comparative Immunology
DISCOVER THE INTERCONNECTIVITY OF ANIMAL AND HUMAN HEALTH

Join us in promoting global health through research with the Center for Integrative Mammalian Research.