Clinical Trials

The U-Vet Werribee Veterinary Hospital is research-intensive and we are dedicated to the advancement of animal, human and environmental well-being through the education and development of world-class veterinary scientists. Clinical trials provide new or promising therapies for diseases. As a veterinary teaching hospital and research facility, we provide the best quality facilities for conducting clinical trials which may also include collaborating with like-minded organisations in the animal health industry.

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Our clinical trials

New treatment for dogs with lymphoma - Seeking participants for clinical trial

30 September 2019
Our Oncology service is seeking participants for a new clinical trial which is aimed at improving drug treatments for dogs with lymphoma....

Dogs with inflammatory bowel disease (IBD) required for clinical trial. Free treatment usually worth over $3000.

12 July 2019
Is your dog suffering from vomiting, diarrhoea and weight loss? Your pet may have IBD and could received free treatment by participating in our clinical trial....

Osteoarthritis trial part two: The use of 4CYTE Forte in dogs

14 June 2019
Is your dog possibly suffering from arthritis? Our University of Melbourne researchers are looking for dogs with symptoms of arthritis to participate in our new study....

Clinical trial: Investigation of stem cells as treatment for spinal cord injuries in dogs

24 August 2018
Do you know of a dog with a spinal cord injury that has resulted in severe neurological issues like loss of hindlimb mobility or paraplegia, loss of feeling or bowel and bladd...

Seeking dogs with osteoarthritis for clinical trial

7 August 2017
Could your dog possibly have osteoarthritis? Many dogs, especially older dogs, suffer from the painful joint disease osteoarthritis....

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