Neurology Endowment at WSU was established by the generous donations of
owners whose dogs had neurologic problems. The endowment provides monies
used to care for animals with neurological problems, provide information
on neurological conditions, and support research into the neurologic
diseases of companion animals.
Over time, great strides have been made in veterinary neurology. As we
acquire new knowledge we are better able to treat a wider range of
neurological diseases than we could even a few short years ago. These
strides have been made through both clinical and basic science research.
As small animal veterinary research dollars are becoming harder and
harder to come by, the neurology service has established an endowment
from generous donations. The endowment is dedicated toward funding
research projects aimed to improve diagnostic tests and treatments for
neurological problems in animals.
Contributions to this endowment are used for the purpose of better
understanding animal neurologic disease. If you would like to
contribute, further information can be obtained at the front desk at the
Veterinary Teaching Hospital, or by asking any of our neurology staff.
Contributions go directly toward helping animals with neurological
disease. All contributions are greatly appreciated.
This endowment is a tribute to neurology patients and to the many kind,
loving, dedicated owners WSUâ€™s neurology service has had the opportunity
to assist. It is our goal to maintain the wonderful legacy set
forth by this endowment and further improve the lives of veterinary
neurology patients and their owners.
For questions about giving, contact Kay Glaser, Assistant Director of
Development, 509- 335-4835 or