Rebecca Krisher.

Rebecca Krisher, a Purdue developmental and reproductive biologist who Ossabaws studied to determine if they also embody all of the metabolic and reproductive aspects of polycystic ovary syndrome . If further research confirms the provisional findings that this swine breed exhibits PCOS, it could lead to a cure for this type of infertility and diseases, Krisher said.

This study is part of the center for Comparative medicine, a collaboration among IU Medical School and Purdue Department of Animal Sciences and the School of Veterinary Medicine. The Indiana University / Purdue University Collaboration in Biomedical Research pilot Grant Program – 2nd round (CBR2 for this for this. This survey is funded by the Autism Research Institute, Autism Science Foundation, Autism Speaks and Global Autism Collaboration. The IAN project is also supported by the Simons Foundation and the National Institutes of Health.The American Lung Association Faces of flu educational initiative This is enabled through an collaboration with sanofi pasteur. Well-informed Gemstone Spectral Imaging Emerging Markets as a diagnostic ‘must have’.