Health, Research, and Medicine
R. Keith Farrell Fund
Robert R. Fast Endowed Food Animal Research Fund
Field Disease Investigator Unit Excellence Fund
Lt. Col. Ralph Fowler, USAF and Wife Ruth Maree Fowler Emerging Disease Research Endowment Fund
This fund will provide technical, operational, and research support for the team of emerging disease researchers with the Department of Veterinary Microbiology & Pathology.
Genetic Disease in Animals Study
Luella Gottstein Endowment for Equine Research
Teresa Hetzel Endowment for Equine Research
Bernice Hitchings Endowment Fund
Bernice Kent Washington Animal Disease Diagnostic Laboratory Operations End Fund
Dr. Frederic "Pete" Kullenberg Endowment
Austin E. and Joan E. Larsen Visiting Lecturer in Comparative Biomedical Research Endowment Fund
Austin E. and Joan E. Larsen Distinguished Visiting Lecturer in Comparative Biomedical Research Endowment Fund will provide support for outstanding visiting scientists to the Department of Veterinary Microbiology and Pathology in the College of Veterinary Medicine at Washington State University. The Larsen Visiting Lecturer will present lectures and seminars and meet with and consult with faculty members, graduate students and postdoctoral fellows. The purpose of the fund is to encourage top-quality scientists to come to Washington State University to discuss their research and scholarly activities with Departmental personnel and thereby contribute to the programs of the Department of Veterinary Microbiology and Pathology. Faculty members at Washington State University are ineligible.
Pat Magula Endowment
Anthony M. Marchionne and Chance Endowment
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.
Stan and Lenora McEachran Endowment for Feline Research
Joseph and Barbara Mendelson Endowment Research Fund in Honor of Their Dog Scout
Oncology (Cancer) Development Fund
The oncology service at the Washington State University College of Veterinary Medicine, together with surgery, internal medicine, neurology, and radiology services, is committed to unmatched cancer care for companion animals.
Diagnosing and treating a pet with cancer involves a team of specialists including oncologists, internal medicine veterinarians, clinical pathologists, surgeons, and radiologists. At WSU, veterinary students in training are also part of the team caring for your pet.
More about our oncology service can be found here.