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The Center for Comparative Medicine’s Mission embraces the concept of “One Medicine” through interdisciplinary comparative medical research, teaching, and model development. Its research mission is to investigate the pathogenesis of human disease, using experimental animal models and naturally occurring animal diseases. CCM research programs facilitate its teaching mission of comparative medical training at the professional, graduate and post-graduate levels. CCM faculty expertise and programs in integrative biology provide animal model development, validation, and collaborative support to the general scientific community.

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Dr. Stephen McSorley received 5-year grant from the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases (NIAID) (5/31/2018) - Stephen McSorley recently received a five year grant from the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases (NIAID) to study “Target antigen identification to improve Salmonella vaccination” (R01AI139410). Systemic Salmonella Continue Reading
Dr. Roger Sciammas received 2-year grant from the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases (NIAID) (5/31/2018) - Roger Sciammas recently received a two year grant from the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases (NIAID) to study the “Role of the SET-like domain of Blimp-1 in plasma Continue Reading
UC Davis Distinguished Emeritus/a Professor Award (11/30/2017) - World-renowned pathologist Dr. Robert Cardiff, a specialist in the diagnosis of breast and mammary cancer in both human and animal models, has been selected to receive the UC Davis Emeriti Continue Reading
Wisdom Breast Cancer Study (10/11/2017) - Sandy Borowsky discusses the Wisdom Breast Cancer Study. This study is hoping to enroll 100,000 California women age 40 and above to participate in a pragmatic (preference tolerated) randomized controlled Continue Reading
The IRF4 gene regulatory module functions as a read-write integrator to dynamically coordinate T helper cell fate (9/27/2017) - Roger Sciammas, one of the newest CCM faculty members, recently published his first UCD research paper in the Journal, Immunity, “The IRF4 gene regulatory module functions as a read-write integrator Continue Reading

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Oct 09

CCM 20th Anniversary Symposium

October 9 @ 8:00 am - 4:00 pm
Organizer: Christine Herkenrath
530-752-1245
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