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    Buddy the beagle

    Stem-cell therapy at the University of Minnesota Veterinary Medical Center helped Buddy walk − and run − again.

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    Q&A with MnDRIVE research leaders

    The College of Veterinary Medicine is an integral part of one of MnDRIVE's core areas of research, global food ventures.

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    Global food ventures funding awarded

    More than $3 million has been awarded to 17 projects as part of MnDRIVE's global food ventures funding. Nine of the 17 projects involve College of Veterinary Medicine faculty, and nearly all projects are interdisciplinary, with collaborators from across the University, as well as external partners.

    Learn more about global food ventures

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    Is the biggest threat to wild cats … dogs? The research is in.

    A virus carried by the domestic dog may be a threat to wild cats like the Amur tiger.

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    For dogs, sole gene doesn't equate to cancer

    A better understanding of the mechanisms behind aging and cancer could reduce the number of dogs that die of cancer—and benefit people as well.

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    Nation's first PEDV virus surveillance test developed

    This is the second swine virus diagnostic test developed by University of Minnesota researchers in a matter of months. The tool is now available at the Veterinary Diagnostic Laboratory.

    Get more information about the test

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    24/7 emergency services

    The Veterinary Medical Center offers emergency and urgent care 24 hours a day, seven days a week.

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Project selected for MnDRIVE Transdisciplinary Research Program

A project led by the College of Veterinary Medicine has been selected for the University of Minnesota’s MnDRIVE Transdisciplinary Research Program. "STEMMA: Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics for Minnesota Advancement," will focus on two infectious disease case studies, porcine reproductive and respiratory syndrome and viral hemorrhagic septicemia, which will serve as prototypes. Ultimately, the project will include other diseases and species.

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