All Articles: Veterinary Population Medicine


The awards from the Minnesota Agricultural Experiment Station will support research on arthritis reovirus and influenza A.

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On Feb. 27, CVM will host an interactive panel tackling the ethics of using artificial intelligence (AI) in research. 

Piglet swab

A recent study offers new tools for the elimination of M. hyopneumoniae in U.S. herds.


Findings will have immediate ramifications for livestock husbandry practices & will advance theoretical understanding of virus behavior.

Cows grazing

New insights into the prevalence & persistence of intramammary infections can help farmers safeguard the health & productivity of herds.

Brown cow

A new study shows liver function during the late stages of pregnancy may determine which cows develop ketosis during lactation.

Kim VanderWaal

The platform will make PRRSV genetic data more interpretable to support better disease management practices 

Test tubes

2023 Resident and Graduate Student Research Grant funding has been awarded as of July 1.

Pigs in flowers

This study's findings can guide local and global efforts to combat the highly contagious viral disease.


Twelve research projects recently awarded $1.2 million in funding through the CVM intramural Internal Grants Program.