Spotting Cancer

Sharper imaging would promote earlier diagnosis of malignancies

Cardiac Repair Kits

People could benefit from stem cell studies of heart-valve disease in dogs

Volunteering Your Animal

Many of you may be familiar with clinical trials used in treating human disease. In a similar way, veterinary clinical studies are being conducted to assess promising new treatments, drugs or procedures in animals. Learn more about volunteering your pet for a clinical study.

Referring Your Patient

Do your clients ask you about clinical trials that may be available for their pet? Interested in helping to advance veterinarian medicine? Find out more about the innovative work happening at Cummings School for Veterinary Medicine at Tufts University's academic teaching hospitals.

Find Clinical Studies

You can find a complete list of current clinical studies on our Clinical Studies website. Or you can use the form below to search current clinical studies by keyword.

Faculty and staff of Cummings Veterinary Medical Center have the potential to improve quality of life for your pet by providing them with diagnostics and treatments that are still exploratory and otherwise not available. Participation in a clinical study is completely voluntarily and may offer several benefits. Clinical studies not only provide access to cutting edge approaches, but also provide hope when there are few other options for treatment, and may offer your pet a better quality of life or even additional years to live.