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    From dog food to distemper shots, philanthropy lends a helping paw to VeTouch, a student program that provides free basic care for the four-legged family members of low-income residents of the Twin Cities.

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    The quest to eliminate invasive rats

    Invasive rodents are a problem for oceanic islands throughout the world, but efforts to eliminate them can have unintended consequences. Dr. Julia Ponder, executive director of The Raptor Center, explains.

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    University of Minnesota part of new One Health Workforce

    Under a new five-year award of up to $50 million, the University of Minnesota and Tufts University will be part of an international partnership of universities to strengthen global workforce development against emerging pandemic threats.

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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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    CVM alumnus leads new program to eradicate deadly disease of sheep and goats

    Peste des petits ruminants threatens the livelihoods of nearly 1 billion farmers in 70 countries.

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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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University of Minnesota College of Veterinary Medicine

Improving the health and well-being of animals and people, and strengthening Minnesota's economy, by providing high-quality education, conducting leading-edge research, and delivering innovative veterinary services.

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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