CVM graduate student Emily Coffey to compete at UMN 3-Minute Thesis event
Cancer treatment for dogs developed by UMN researchers licensed to veterinary biotech company
Over $9.2 million in federal funding to focus on worker health, safety projects in animal agriculture
Pair of rescued bulldogs treated for same heart defect with expert surgical care
Kikuti received the award for her work on porcine reproductive and respiratory syndrome (PRRS).
The award is based on academic achievement, career goals, work experience, and an interest in veterinary medicine.
UMN, international partners fight swine disease and strengthen trade
For a golden retriever with so much to give, a three- to six-month prognosis was not enough. So she hung on for another four years.
Veterinarians give a Labrador retriever a chance to compete, and the dog runs away with it!
This soon-to-be veterinarian continues her record of winning accolades for her excellence.
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.
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.
A dog undergoing cancer treatment jumps into the St. Croix to save a baby otter. Did we mention that Gus has only 3 legs? Amazing!
The new role is designed to help students as they navigate professional careers and life events as well as the curriculum.
The program promotes a broader and deeper understanding of the interconnected food systems
Ienello was selected as the winner of the large animal division.
DVM student Virginia Logue wins Coyote Rock Ranch Veterinary Scholarship
Life doesn’t start off easy for newborn donkey Blackjack, but expert care puts him back on track
College of Veterinary Medicine researchers are gaining a better understanding of the genetics of Salmonella in an effort to get ahead of outbreaks