Morris Animal Foundation Announces New Advisory Board

The Clinical Veterinary Advisory Board will help the foundation understand clinicians’ research needs and more.
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The Morris Animal Foundation has announced the establishment of its first Clinical Veterinary Advisory Board.

Members of the board will help the foundation better understand the needs of practicing clinicians with regard to veterinary medical research, and provide guidance on the tools needed to provide practicing veterinary professionals improved access to breakthroughs in veterinary medicine that advance animal care.

“Morris Animal Foundation, and other animal-focused research institutions, are generating innovations in veterinary care that are important to today’s practicing veterinarians,” said Barbara Wolfe, DVM, PhD, Dipl. ACZM, the foundation’s chief scientific officer. “The Clinical Veterinary Advisory Board will help us ensure knowledge of those advances makes its way to veterinarians in a timely and easy way.”

Board members come from a diverse set of specialties, as well as general practice, reflecting the scope of veterinary medical research discoveries with potential to impact day-to-day practice

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