College of Veterinary Medicine

Integrative Physiology and Neuroscience

Integrative Physiology and Neuroscience (IPN) is responsible for teaching anatomy, physiology, pharmacology, and neuroscience courses within the professional veterinary education curriculum. In addition, our permanent, research and adjunct faculty members are dedicated to educating students in the undergraduate and graduate programs in neuroscience.

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Seventh Annual
Peter A. Zornes Memorial Golf Tournament
June 28, 2014

To the winners of the 2014 Showcase for Undergraduate Research and Creative Activities (SURCA).
Kelly Hewitt (mentor Dr. Rebecca Craft) received the Crimson award.
Lindsey Ballsmider (mentored by Dr. Crzysztof Czaja received the Gray award.
Dr. Anita Vasavada and Dr. Wen-Ji Dong were also recognized as the mentors of Crimson and Novice Award winners in the Engineering and Physical Sciences category.

Please join us in congratulating our 2013 Jerry Newbrey Teaching Scholars.  The talent and effort of these faculty help make our college a great place to work and study:
Dr. Leslie Sprunger
Dr. Mike Varnum
Dr. Joe Harding
Dr. Patricia Talcott
Dr. Katrina Mealey
Dr. Patrick Wilson
Dr. Pete Meighan
Dr. Krzysztof Czaja
Dr. Steve Lampa

Research Building Earns High Honors in Lab Design Competition
The Veterinary and Biomedical Research Building at Washington State University has received high honors in the 48th Annual Laboratory of the Year Awards competition sponsored by R&D Magazine and Laboratory Design Newsletter. Article

WSU sleep scientists Jonathan Wisor (WSU Spokane) and Ilia Karatsoreos (WSU Pullman) have received, a two year $395,577, grant from the National Institutes of Health (NIH) to study the effects of chronic methamphetamine use on brain metabolism and sleep. Article

Promotion of Murali Chandra to Full Professor and promotion with tenure of Krzysztof Czaja to Associate Professor have been approved by the Provost!
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