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Jim and Debbie Delker smile for the camera under the entryway to their new clinic, which is made of grey brick and wooden pillars. Jim has his left arm around Debbie.

How a family legacy of veterinary care led multiple CVM alumni to life in Alaska

Students collecting samples in the woods
Issue: Fall 2019

A leading-edge mobile lab opens the door for discovery, education, and collaboration.

CWD Spotlight Science event at the Bell Museum
Issue: Fall 2019

Hunters, wildlife enthusiasts, researchers, and University of Minnesota leaders gathered at the Bell Museum in September for “Spotlight Science: Chronic Wasting Disease.”

Moose in the woods
Issue: Fall 2019

Researchers team up to save a symbolic species

Welcome to Minnesota sign
Issue: Fall 2019

The Legislative-Citizen Commission on Minnesota Resources (LCCMR) recently provided $3.3 million to CVM researchers with the goal of funding projects that will “help maintain and enhance Minnesota’s environment and natural resources.”

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.

Tiffany Wolf

At the University of Minnesota College of Veterinary Medicine (CVM), researchers pursue leading-edge practices and breakthroughs. Sometimes innovation lies in retooling tried-and-true methods

Eva Reinicke with some of her bees

Environmental issues are very important to Eva Reinicke, ’16 DVM. That’s why she became a honey bee veterinarian.

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