Comparative Medicine

Animal Health Surveillance

Animal Health and Data Integrity

The difficulty of infectious agents, apart from the obvious potential for clinical morbidity and morality of unique animals, is that they interfere with the normative responses of even asymptomatic animals, including altering numerous cell biological responses in vitro, resulting in data variations and the misinterpretation of results.

Comparative Medicine provides IACUC-certified personnel with the following information regarding animal health surveillance.

Please address questions to CompMed@usf.edu.