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ADOL's Mission is to provide leadership in solving current and future problems in neoplastic and other viral diseases of poultry using basic and applied multidisciplinary team approaches thereby benefiting the poultry industry and consumers.
Based on availability, ADOL will provide fertile eggs from its SPF duck and chicken lines to researchers and diagnosticians at other laboratories. For further information, contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Established in 1939, ADOL has a long history of supporting the poultry industry in the control disease caused by avian tumor viruses. Click on the image to view history written by retired ADOL director, Dr. Richard Witter.
Registration is open for the 12th International Symposium on Marek's Disease and Avian Herpesviruses. Click the image to go to the organizer's website.
The Avian Disease and Oncology Research is located in East Lansing, MI and is part of the Southeast Area.
The Research Leader is John Dunn.
Avian Disease and Oncololgy Laboratory
4279 E. Mt Hope Road
East Lansing, MI 48823