Pfizer Seeks Production Animal Research Proposals

Pfizer Seeks Production Animal Research ProposalsPfizer, Pfizer research, animal research, Cattle Call grant program, animal research grantPfizer Animal Health is accepting research proposals its 2012 Cattle Call grant program.Pfizer will provide a grant of up to $100,000 to one or more individuals for research proposals that emphasize improvements in meat and milk production or immune function in beef or dairy cattle.newslinePfizer Seeks Production Animal Research ProposalsPosted: July 3, 2012, 6:15 p.m. EDT

Pfizer Animal Health is accepting research proposals its 2012 Cattle Call grant program.

Pfzier seeks applicants for Cattle Call grant program

Pfizer will provide a grant of up to $100,000 to one or more individuals for research proposals that emphasize improvements in meat and milk production or immune function in beef or dairy cattle. The company is especially interested in research aimed at improving meat and milk production and reducing respiratory and reproductive diseases in cattle.

“We believe that the most productive way to advance veterinary research will be through an open model of innovation,” said Michelle Haven, vice president of business development for global alliances and strategic planning with Pfizer. “By partnering with researchers who have specific areas of expertise and share our commitment to innovation, Pfizer Animal Health can help address unmet needs in the veterinary profession and bring forward new products and technologies that help further the cattle industry.”

Applications must be submitted by Aug. 3, 2012. Applicants must be in good standing in their professional organization, and research must be conducted within the United States. A research committee will review the applications and will notify the selected recipient or recipients by Sept. 1, 2012.

Applications can be obtained by emailing cattlecall@pfizer.com.

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