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Emma Leof Bollig, Dr. Amanda Beaudoin, and Dr. Jennifer Granick pose in front of bookcase

The College of Veterinary Medicine is filling the gap in national data on antibiotic use in dogs and cats, which will help veterinarians everywhere avoid increasing resistance to these important medications.

Standard poodle

Addison’s disease, an immune disorder that often goes undiagnosed, is newly diagnosed in thousands of humans and dogs each year. Veterinary researchers are taking important steps to develop new therapies for dogs.

Drs. Jason Bartz, Tiffany Wolf, Peter Larsen, Qi Yuan, Diana Karwan, and Marc Schwabenlander pose in front of woods.

In an effort to find and control chronic wasting disease, a University of Minnesota center is forging the path.

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

Deer in the woods

Chronic Wasting Disease, a contagious, neurodegenerative disease, is moving quickly through our ecosystem and U of M researchers are collaborating to stop it in its tracks.

Mammalian soluble epoxide hydrolase (sEH) enzyme
Issue: Fall 2018

Alonso Guedes, DVM, MS, PhD, is inhibiting an enzyme found in all mammals to advance pain management in veterinary—and eventually, human—medicine. 

Zhen Yang

The American Association of Swine Veterinarians (AASV) Foundation recently awarded Zhen Yang, class of 2019, a $2,500 scholarship sponsored by Elanco Animal Health.