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    Celebrating 75

    CVM marks milestone with anniversary kickoff event

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    Preventing swine pandemics

    New CVM research finds vaccines decrease the risk of influenza virus reassortment in pigs

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    Meet the VMC: Anna Engrem

    With nearly two decades on the job, Engrem brings a passion for client connections to neurology service

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    Advancing science

    Tim Johnson honored with 2022 Evonik Award for Achievement in Poultry Science

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    MnDRIVE Global Food Ventures

    Sixteen University of Minnesota graduate students have been announced as the 2022-2023 cohort of fellows for the Global Food Ventures (GFV) as part of Minnesota’s Discovery, Research, and InnoVation Economy (MnDRIVE) partnership.

         

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The current standard of surveillance of foreign animal disease in the U.S. relies on cooperative producers and practitioners to gather and send suspect samples to approved labs based on their best judgements.

While it’s understood that predators like wolves can directly reduce disease among their prey by killing those infected, these findings suggest that wolf influence on cervid movements and habitat choices might indirectly reduce parasite transmission.

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