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Vets work on a giraffe

It takes a global team of clinicians to anesthetize and treat the world’s tallest animal

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.

Minnesota state capitol
Issue: Fall 2021

Minnesota legislators authorized nearly $3.7 million for eight veterinary-related research and education projects that will begin over the next two years.

Wolf in the woods
Issue: Fall 2020

A team of researchers including Meggan Craft, PhD, assessed how group living, resource abundance, disease, seasonal changes, and human influence drive the spatial organization in territorial carnivores.

bees in a hive
Issue: Fall 2020

A team of researchers led by Declan Schroeder, PhD, published a study exploring similarities between pathogens found in worker bees and queens, and analyzing pathogen transmission from workers to queens.

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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.

 

Illustration for multicultural scholarship story

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

Great horned baby owl

The Raptor Center returns a fallen juvenile great horned owl to its nest