Building on previous success, University of Minnesota researchers Maxim Cheeran, BVSC, MVSc, PhD, and
As COVID-19 spread across the world, doctors and researchers alike noted a variety of symptoms associated with sick patients. Experts are beginning to consider that a portion of these varying symptoms, as well as the likelihood of contracting the disease and morbidity rates, could be attributed to differences between individuals’ biologically assigned sex and race. A research team led by Manci Li, PhD candidate, recently published a perspective review looking at host response to coronavirus infection based on the host’s genome.
With the new support, CVM researchers will help animals and producers across the food animal agriculture industry
Researchers from the College of Veterinary Medicine and School of Public Health will investigate how detecting asymptomatic disease can reduce spread.