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Breaking barriers, bridging care

Outreach at the College of Veterinary Medicine is driven by students and focused on community.

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Learn how our community has risen to the challenge in these disruptive times.

Combating COVID-19

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Frank, a French bulldog, sits on an exam table.

A day with the Emergency and Critical Care service in the Lewis Small Animal Hospital at the Veterinary Medical Center
 

Lynn Hovda wears a red shirt while crossing her arms and leaning against a wall. She is blonde and smiling.

Lynn Hovda, ’85 DVM, ’83 BS, DACVIM, is dedicated to animal and human health, and to research excellence.

A market in China

Exploring the wet wildlife markets of China

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When CVM students and faculty adapt to remote learning, innovation is born
 

Three swine veterinarians observe a herd of swine in a facility.

Historically, many human health practices—vaccination, herd immunity, biosecurity and isolation, and fecal transplantation—were derived from animal agriculture.

A white jigsaw puzzle against a blue background with one piece missing, but nearby

A new initiative fills gaps created by COVID-19
 

A lightbulb made of paper against a chalkboard background.

Molly McCue, DVM, MS, PhD, associate dean of research at the CVM, becomes the director of the College's Comparative Medicine and Pathology Training Program T32 grant from the National Institutes of Health