Congratulations Class of 2022!
Congratulations to our students for earning their DVM, Master's and PhDs. More than 100 students celebrated their achievements before family and friends at the Ted Mann Concert Hall.
Closing in on new tools to address Addison’s Disease in dogs
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.
CVM scientists painting first clear picture of antibiotic use in U.S. cats and dogs
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.
A clear view: New MRI machine enhances care at UMN's small animal hospital
The purchase of a new MRI means less time under anesthesia for your pet and clearer images for our veterinarians.
Looking to improve their understanding of how to engage a dog’s immune system in detecting and destroying cancer cells, researchers at the University of Minnesota recently completed a lab based study exploring aspects of immune function at a cellular level.
Five of six horses under anesthesia had significantly greater blood-oxygen levels with a 15-degree table tilt compared to no tilt at all, a recent study from the University of Minnesota shows.
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