CTSI-Supported Researchers Helping Veterans with PTSD

The work of Indiana CTSI-supported researchers was recently highlighted in a ConsumerAdvocate.org story about the

Maggie O'Haire and Jason Snodgrass

Dr. Maggie O’Haire of Purdue University and Jason Snodgrass of K9s For Warriors (Photo courtesy of ConsumerAdvocate.org)

K9s For Warriors program, which recently partnered with Purdue University to study the effectiveness of service dogs as a complementary treatment for military members and veterans who suffer from PTSD.

The study was led by Purdue’s Maggie O’Haire, PhD, an assistant professor of human-animal interaction in the Purdue College of Veterinary Medicine, and Kerri Rodriguez, a human-animal interaction graduate student in the school. Dr. O’Haire is a 2016-2018 recipient of the Indiana CTSI’s K Award, and Rodriguez is a 2017 recipient of the CTSI’s T Award; both awards are translational research fellowships to support early-career investigators.
Read more about how their research is helping improve the lives of military members and veterans across the nation.
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|2019-07-08T16:43:14-04:00August 27th, 2018|Comments Off on CTSI-Supported Researchers Helping Veterans with PTSD

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