Cornell's Adam Boyko, assistant professor of biomedical sciences, and his colleagues will lay the groundwork for a nationwide Canine Longitudinal Aging Study (CLAS) to find out how a dog's aging process is shaped by genes and environment. Read more about the study here.
|The Bark, Issue 74, Summer 2013|
I interviewed Adam Boyko about a different study, The Village Dog Genetic Diversity Project, published in the 2013 summer issue of The Bark, Scientists Searching for Clues to the First Dog: Village dogs' genetic code may hold clues to canine evolution and health. It seems like Dr. Boyko is always asking the most interesting questions.