The 2021 Fall/Winter issue of Profiles is here!
Read more about the growing need for veterinarians in our rural areas, how the College of Veterinary Medicine is helping to secure our food supply chain, how our communities come together to provide care for animals in need, and much more! Read now
Collaborating for community
Awesiinyag are Loved, veterinary students partner to create animal care newsletters. Read more
Going with the flow
As diagnostic methods for lymphoma in dogs improve, a rethink of how treatment efficacy is measured. Read more
Although studies in Europe and Asia have explored the role of rodent pests in zoonotic disease outbreaks, comparatively little research has investigated the rodent-agricultural interface in the United States.
The Centers for Disease Control calls antibiotic (or antimicrobial) resistance “one of the biggest public health challenges of our time,” responsible for 2.5 million infections and more than 35,000 human deaths in the U.S. each year.
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