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Research News, Events & Conferences

Throughout the year, Penn Vet hosts seminars, conferences, symposiums, and speaker series, which serve as forums for academics to share the latest research approaches breakthroughs in a wide array of subjects.

Penn Vet Seminar Programs
The Mari Lowe Center for Comparative Onocology Seminar Series
Global Parasitology Seminars
(formerly known as the Parasitology Seminar Series)

Pathobiology Department Seminar Series

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Research Events

Penn Vet Stories About Our Research

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Kotaro Sasaki, MD, PhD, Named Richard King Mellon Associate Professor at the University of Pennsylvania’s School of Veterinary Medicine

[July 11, 2024; Philadelphia, PA] – Andrew M. Hoffman, DVM, DVSc, DACVIM, Gilbert S. Kahn Dean of the School of Veterinary Medicine at the University of Pennsylvania (Penn Vet) has named Kotaro Sasaki, MD, PhD, the Richard King Mellon Associate Professor of Biomedical Sciences.

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Kotaro Sasaki and his team unveil the genetics of testicular cancer

Researchers develop the first in vitro seminoma model, shedding light on chromosomal anomalies and signaling pathways.


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Early-Career Scientist from the University of Pennsylvania’s School of Veterinary Medicine Named 2024 Pew Biomedical Scholar

The Pew Charitable Trusts has named Louise Moncla, PhD, an assistant professor of Pathobiology at the University of Pennsylvania’s School of Veterinary Medicine (Penn Vet), a 2024 Pew Scholar in the Biomedical Sciences.


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How deadly parasites choose to be male

Penn Vet researchers reveal the gene expression across the life cycle of Cryptosporidium and identify the determinant of maleness.

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Exploring wildlife medicine in a summer externship

Two graduating Penn Vet students reflect on their Rocky Mountain Wildlife Veterinary Externship experience last summer, researching black-footed ferrets, bighorn sheep, and elk.