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    Explore the science behind One Health at the interface of humans, animals, and the environment

    The conference is April 24-27. Registration is now open.

    Learn more about iCOMOS and register

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    Hero Animal of the Year

    The Minnesota Veterinary Medical Association has named Hercules, the Equine Center's blood donor horse, this year's recipient of the Hero Animal of the Year Award.

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    Meggan Craft named McKnight Land-Grant Professor

    Meggan Craft's research is working to understand and control the spread of disease within and between animal populations.

    Read about the new McKnight Land-Grant Professors.

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    New canine cancer research

    Dr. Jaime Modiano will be leading a new study to better understand and prevent hemangiosarcoma, an aggressive form of cancer in dogs.

    Read about the new grant.

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    MRSA in pigs

    Dr. Peter Davies and his colleagues have found that methicillin-resistant staphylococcus aureus (MRSA) is much less common in U.S. pigs herds than expected.

    Read more about the research.

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    Is your pet having a medical emergency?

    Dr. Kelly Tart, emergency and critical care veterinarian, explains what to do.

    Read more.

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    Gifts at work

    Visitors to The Raptor Center can now see and learn more about birds than ever before, thanks to donors who gave a total of $1.8 million to expand the center’s facility.

    See Legacy magazine's interactive feature

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    Buddy the beagle

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

    See the video

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College leads international partnership to strengthen global workforce

Under a five-year award of up to $50 million, the University of Minnesota and Tufts University are part of an international partnership of universities working to strengthen global workforce development against emerging pandemic threats. Called One Health Workforce, the work is part of the United States Agency for International Development (USAID) Emerging Pandemic Threats 2 program, focusing on disease surveillance, training, and outbreak response.

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