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Zoetis Award for Research Excellence


The Zoetis Animal Health Award for Research Excellence, established in 1985 is given to those faculty members who, through their dedication and investigation in research, are chosen from among their peers as an outstanding researcher in the field of veterinary medicine.

Zoetis Award for Research Excellence 2010



Dr. Kelly Brayton
Dr. Kelly Brayton

Dean Slinker presented the 2010 Zoetis Award for Research to Dr. Kelly Brayton from the Department of Veterinary Microbiology & Pathology. Dr. Brayton has been a leader in the infection biology of the tick-borne pathogen Anaplasma marginale.

 


Dr. Kelly BraytonDr. Kelly Brayton

Dean Slinker presented the 2010 Zoetis Award for Research to Dr. Kelly Brayton from the Department of Veterinary Microbiology & Pathology. Dr. Brayton has been a leader in the infection biology of the tick-borne pathogen Anaplasma marginale.

 

Dr. Kelly BraytonDr. Kelly Brayton

Dean Slinker presented the 2010 Zoetis Award for Research to Dr. Kelly Brayton from the Department of Veterinary Microbiology & Pathology. Dr. Brayton has been a leader in the infection biology of the tick-borne pathogen Anaplasma marginale.

 

Dr. Kelly BraytonDr. Kelly Brayton

Dean Slinker presented the 2010 Zoetis Award for Research to Dr. Kelly Brayton from the Department of Veterinary Microbiology & Pathology. Dr. Brayton has been a leader in the infection biology of the tick-borne pathogen Anaplasma marginale.

 

Dr. Kelly BraytonDr. Kelly Brayton

Dean Slinker presented the 2010 Zoetis Award for Research to Dr. Kelly Brayton from the Department of Veterinary Microbiology & Pathology. Dr. Brayton has been a leader in the infection biology of the tick-borne pathogen Anaplasma marginale.

 

Dr. Kelly BraytonDr. Kelly Brayton

Dean Slinker presented the 2010 Zoetis Award for Research to Dr. Kelly Brayton from the Department of Veterinary Microbiology & Pathology. Dr. Brayton has been a leader in the infection biology of the tick-borne pathogen Anaplasma marginale.

 
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