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    Whatever it takes

    Couple crosses an ocean of obstacles to seek treatment at CVM for dog’s aggressive brain tumor.

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    Minute to win it

    CVM graduate student Emily Coffey to compete at UMN 3-Minute Thesis event

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    Tactical treatment

    Cancer treatment for dogs developed by UMN researchers licensed to veterinary biotech company

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    Double trouble

    Pair of rescued bulldogs treated for same heart defect with expert surgical care

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    Upper Midwest Agricultural Safety and Health Center renewal announced

    Over $9.2 million in federal funding to focus on worker health, safety projects in animal agriculture

         

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In a recent study, University of Minnesota researchers including Dr. Tiffany Wolf collaborated with partners from the National Park Service and the Grand Portage Band of Lake Superior Chippewa on a project to safeguard the wellbeing of gray wolves with their reintroduction into Isle Royale National Park (IRNP). The researchers aimed to assess and manage a range of disease risks for both the wolves and the wildlife at IRNP—a process that’s crucial to minimizing unintended harm to environments and animals while working toward conservation goals.

Dr. Peter Larsen and the Minnesota Center for Prion Research and Outreach (MNPRO) received a 4-year, $3.9 million grant from the Environmental and Natural Resources Trust Fund (ENRTF) to support the growth of the Center’s work as an incubator for research advances addressing chronic wasting disease (CWD) and other prion-related diseases. The funds will also allow MNPRO to significantly expand its CWD-related outreach and education efforts across the state.

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