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A Veterinary Diagnostic Lab technician compares salmonella samples.

Treating bacterial diseases is becoming increasingly difficult, but the Veterinary Diagnostic Laboratory is facilitating more targeted treatments

Chicks
Issue: Fall 2020

This fall a team of Minnesota educators began offering poultry training programs that provide multiple levels of education for aspiring or current poultry professionals.

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Earlier this year, The University of Minnesota Informatics Institutes out of the Office of the Vice President for Research announced 18 graduate fellowship recipients. Four of the 18 recipients are students in the University of Minnesota College of Veterinary Medicine’s graduate programs.

 

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Funding from the Higher Education Multicultural Scholars Program helps support crucial viewpoints in veterinary medicine.

IFSL student with Jennifer van de Ligt in classroom

In the next three decades, the global food supply will need to feed an additional 3 billion people. Jennifer van de Ligt, PhD spent over 15 years working with the food industry before joining the University of Minnesota as Director of the Integrated Food Systems Leadership program (IFSL), making her uniquely suited to align academic research on food issues with real-world applications.

Cows in a field

The University of Minnesota (U of M) and South Dakota State University (SDSU) have officially announced a new Professional Program in Veterinary Medicine leading to a Doctor of Veterinary Medicine degree.

Stacy Pollock

Stacy Pollock, manager of the Minnesota Poultry Testing Laboratory in Willmar, Minn., was recently awarded the 2019 Outstanding Performance Award for Diagnostic Services. 

Chicks
Issue: Fall 2019

A study led by a University of Minnesota College of Veterinary Medicine (CVM) epidemiologist has found significant reductions in the use of most medically important antibiotics in broiler chicken and turkey production.