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Stanley L. Adler Research Endowment Fund

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AFLAC Memorial Feline Cardiology Endowment Fund

Aflac's memorial page can be found here.

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Marvel Shields Autzen Fund

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Davis, Bill & Betty End for Basic & Applied Res in Immunology of Food & Companion Animals

This fund will provide financial support for the programs to further the understanding of the mechanisms regulating the development of protective immunity against pathogens and parasites and the development of new and improved vaccines in the Department of Veterinary Microbiology and Pathology.

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Blevins Family Good Samaritan Endowment

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Leo K. Bustad Fund

Interest from the Leo K. Bustad Endowed Fund shall be used principally for supporting programs that deal with the human-animal bond, animal-assisted therapy, and the well being of animals as being conducted by the People-Pet Partnership (PPP). These programs involve education, service and study (research). Monies will also be allotted for a Leo K. Bustad visiting professor which shall be invited to WSU to lecture, meet with faculty, staff and students and to stimulate research and inquiry on the human-animal bond and animal assisted therapy. This person will be a recognized educator, scientist and/or author, well-informed on the subject of the human-animal bond and animal-assisted therapy.

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Crowley Golden Retriever Endowment

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Marge Crowley Canine Cancer Research Endowment

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Steven C. English Endowment

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Irwin Erickson Endowment

This endowment is to be used exclusively to enhance programs directly related to companion animal-human bond. Financial support of the People-Pet-Partnership is the primary purpose of the endowment.

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David Foster Neurology Endowment

The income from this fund shall be used to support the college's veterinary clinical neurology and neurosurgery services. It also supports applied research specifically to benefit the public's animals; enhancement of neurology instruction in the D.V.M. curriculum; and post-D.V.M. training leading to eligibility for board certification.

More information about the neurology endowment can be found here.

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Good Samaritan Fund

WSU veterinary students started the Good Samaritan Fund in the mid-1990s to help animals in need of special care, but whose owners could not afford treatment. The college is grateful for their initiative, and for the generous donations of many caring individuals who support this fund. Good Samaritan funds are only awarded to treat animals at the Veterinary Teaching Hospital at WSU.

For more information about the Good Samaritan Fund, click here.

For information about applying for Good Samaritan funds, click here.

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Bernice Hitchings Endowment Fund

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Dr. William R. Jones Endowed Chair in Companion Animal Medicine/Surgery

Funding supports the endowed chair position, currently occupied by Dr. Michael Court.

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Pat Magula Endowment

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Anthony M. Marchionne and Chance Endowment

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Lenora McEachran Cat Disease Research Endowment Fund

The income from the Lenora McEachran Cat Disease Research Endowment Fund will provide financial support for the purpose of research on diseases of cats in the Department of Veterinary Microbiology and Pathology of the Washington State University College of Veterinary Medicine.

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Stan and Lenora McEachran Endowment for Feline Research

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Joseph and Barbara Mendelson Endowment Research Fund in Honor of Their Dog Scout

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Dr. Herbert E. and Pamela A. Mueller Good Samaritan Endowment

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