Across the nation, cancer institutes will partner with veterinary colleges with a goal of faster and less costly care for both pet dogs and for humans, as well as better informed research designs.
Colorado State University College of Veterinary Medicine and Biomedical Sciences
Improving the health of animals, people, and the planet has been central to our land-grant mission since 1883, when the first veterinary classes began at Colorado Agricultural College. Today, that vision remains at the heart of the College of Veterinary Medicine and Biomedical Sciences, where we empower the next generation of leaders to change the world.
Duke Cancer Institute
Duke Cancer Institute is a collaborative powerhouse—audacious, evolving, unconventional—at the center of a world-renowned university and medical center. We unleash the power of synchronous collaboration to create breakthroughs that rapidly transform the unimagined into the possible—to fuel a pace of discoveries and advances previously thought impossible.
NC State College of Veterinary Medicine
Conveniently located in the Research Triangle, NC State’s College of Veterinary Medicine is a top-ranked driving force in veterinary research and training.
School of Veterinary Medicine at the University of Pennsylvania
Our mission at Penn Vet is to train the next generation of leaders to advance healthcare outcomes and access, ensure global health, bolster sustainable agriculture, create and support interdisciplinary career paths, and foster diversity, equity, and inclusion in the profession.
University of Colorado Cancer Center
University of Colorado Cancer Center experts overcome cancer through innovation, discovery, prevention, early detection, multidisciplinary care, and education. Our renowned physicians and researchers conduct patient-centered research to develop innovative, state-of-the-art technologies, and treatments. Our expertise across cancer types helps us provide world-class treatment for common cancers, while offering hope for many patients with difficult or aggressive tumors who have struggled to find treatment options elsewhere.
University of Minnesota Masonic Cancer Center
The Masonic Cancer Center, University of Minnesota, is the Twin Cities’ only Comprehensive Cancer Center, designated ‘Outstanding’ by the National Cancer Institute. As Minnesota’s Cancer Center, we have served the entire state for more than 25 years. Our researchers, educators, and care providers have worked to discover the causes, prevention, detection, and treatment of cancer and cancer-related diseases.
University of Minnesota College of Veterinary Medicine
The College of Veterinary Medicine, established in 1947 and one of just 26 fully accredited veterinary colleges in the country, affects the lives of animals and people every day through educational, research, service, and outreach programs.
University of Pennsylvania Abramson Cancer Center
At the Abramson Cancer Center, we are dedicated to innovative and compassionate cancer care. Our clinical program, comprised of a dedicated staff of physicians, nurse practitioners, nurses, social workers, physical therapists, nutritionists and patient care coordinators, currently sees 305,248 outpatient visits and more than 10,230 discharges, and provides more than 81,471 chemotherapy and 66,110 radiation treatments.
University of Wisconsin-Madison Carbone Cancer Center
Established in 1938, the Carbone Cancer Center was the first cancer research center founded by a university in the United States. Even now, our faculty, scientists, researchers, and support staff give of themselves day-to-day with a shared dream of defeating cancer worldwide.
University of Wisconsin-Madison School of Veterinary Medicine
The UW School of Veterinary Medicine provides outstanding programs in veterinary medical education, research, clinical practice, and service that enhance the health and welfare of both animals and people and contribute to the economic well-being of the state of Wisconsin.
UC Davis Comprehensive Cancer Center
Patients at the UC Davis Comprehensive Cancer Center are treated by a team practicing state-of-the-art, personalized cancer care provided against the backdrop of more than $100 million of peer-reviewed cancer research annually. Our patients have access to more than 200 clinical trials, many of which have grown out of the research done by our own physicians.
UC Davis Veterinary Medicine
The School of Veterinary Medicine serves the people of California by providing educational, research, clinical service, and public service programs of the highest quality to advance the health and care of animals, the health of the environment, and public health, and to contribute to the economy. We address the health of all animals, including livestock, poultry, companion animals, captive and free-ranging wildlife, exotic animals, birds, aquatic mammals and fish, and animals used in biological and medical research. Our expertise also encompasses related human health concerns.
The V Foundation for Cancer Research was founded by ESPN and legendary basketball coach Jim Valvano with one goal in mind: to achieve Victory Over Cancer®. Since its formation in 1993, the V Foundation has awarded nearly $290 million in cancer research grants nationwide and has grown to become one of the premier supporters of cutting-edge cancer research.