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February 10, 2014

CVM NewsCalendar
is a biweekly newsletter for faculty, staff, and students of the University of Minnesota College of Veterinary Medicine. Please submit news and calendar items to Sue Kirchoff, editor, at kirchoff@umn.edu by noon the Friday before publication.


In this issue

  • College news
    • CVM scientists develop swine virus surveillance test
    • College announces partnership with Animal Humane Society
    • Minnesota Veterinary Institute presents first program
    • The road to merit pay
    • VMC caseload increased in 2013
    • February is National Pet Dental Health Month
    • Caffeinated Conversations will explore Research Animal Medicine Club, Global Food Venture
    • Opportunities
      • Innovative ideas in interdisciplinary graduate education
      • President's Award for Outstanding Service
      • Distinguished Leadership Award for Internationals
      • Healthy Foods, Healthy Lives funding
    • CVM Web traffic report
  • Faculty and staff news
    • MVMA presents Outstanding Faculty Award to Kurt Rossow
    • CVM faculty members to speak at Mini Medical School
    • Recent publications
      • Food safety experts explore economically motivated adulteration of honey
      • Scientists research kidney disease in cats
      • Researchers publish paper on canine distemper virus in big cat
    • Gary Goldstein named one of 15 'top vet dental professors'
    • Staff promotions
    • Welcome to the college
  • Student news
    • Students awarded MVMA scholarships
    • Students compete at Global Health Case Competition
  • In the news
    • Porcine epidemic diarrhea virus
    • Antibiotic oversight in meat production
    • The Raptor Center
    • Falconry in Minnesota
    • Bacteria in livestock facilities
    • Down cows
  • Alumni news
    • Alumni and Friends Society Board has five new members
  • Calendar
  • Clinical Investigation Center
  • Links

College news
CVM scientists develop swine virus surveillance test

College of Veterinary Medicine researchers have developed a second porcine epidemic diarrhea virus (PEDV) diagnostic test to help stem the spread of the virus currently threatening North American swine populations. The test can detect evidence of the virus, allowing swine producers to identify which pigs have been exposed to PEDV, even if the animals have not shown symptoms of the disease. So far, PEDV has been confirmed in 23 U.S. states and Canada and continues to spread. The latest figures put pig mortality from PEDV at an estimated 3 million pigs nationwide. Learn more

College announces partnership with Animal Humane Society

The College of Veterinary Medicine is joining forces with Animal Humane Society (AHS) to offer reduced-cost spay and neuter surgeries to cats and dogs being cared for by rescue organizations and animals awaiting adoption at AHS. Fourth-year veterinary students will complete a rotation at the Animal Humane Society’s Golden Valley location, performing spay and neuter surgery on rescue and shelter animals under the guidance of College veterinarians. Read more

Minnesota Veterinary Institute presents first program

The Minnesota Veterinary Institute, a new collaboration of the Minnesota Veterinary Medical Association, Veterinary Hospitals Association, and University of Minnesota College of Veterinary Medicine, presented its first program, "Tour of Oral Pathology," as part of the Minnesota Veterinary Medical Association annual meeting February 5. The inaugural program is an advanced dentistry series, featuring lectures, wet labs, and online content designed by Drs. Gary Goldstein and Kevin Stepaniuk. Learn more

The road to merit pay

Laura Larson, human resources director, presented "The Road to Merit Pay" to staff on January 28, February 3, and February 4, discussing the college's plans to implement a merit pay program for civil service staff, responding to questions, and obtaining feedback from stakeholders. Merit pay is a compensation program where pay increases are determined by performance (as opposed to across-the-board increases). The program, which is new for civil service employees, is currently in the design phase. Implementation is planned for March through June.

VMC caseload increased in 2013

The Veterinary Medical Center saw an increase in both the number of appointments and the number of individual patients seen in 2013. Appointments and visits totaled 35,457, up from 34,591 in 2012. Compared to 2012's 13,384 "distinct patients," the number of patients reached 13,564 in 2013. Most of the patients were seen in the Small Animal Hospital, where clinicians saw 31,600 (89 percent) of the appointments and 11,960 (88 percent) of the patients. The Equine Center booked 3,295 appointments (9 percent) and cared for 1,240 patients (9 percent), while the Large Animal Hospital logged 562 appointments (about 2 percent) and 364 patients (3 percent). All of the numbers were up from 2012, which had also seen an increase from the previous year.

February is National Pet Dental Health Month

Learn more

Caffeinated Conversations will explore Research Animal Medicine Club, Global Food Venture

On February 19, Caffeinated Conversations on Research will explore two topics:

  • Research Animal Medicine Club. Learn about this CVM campus life program dedicated to encouraging veterinary students to be more involved in research and research-based careers. Hear what the club has accomplished, discuss future plans, and find out how faculty can get involved.
  • Global Food Venture opportunities. Scott Wells and Linda Valeri, co-directors of the Center for Animal Health and Food Safety, will discuss MnDRIVE funding opportunities for interdisciplinary global food security research, commercialization, and workforce development grants. Learn more about the Minnesota Global Food Venture and the internal grant process.

Refreshments will be available at 3:15 p.m., with the Research Animal Medicine Club presentation beginning at 3:30 p.m. and the discussion of Global Food Venture opportunities starting at 4:00 p.m. It will all take place in 215 Pomeroy Student-Alumni Learning Center.

Opportunities
  • The Graduate School is seeking innovative ideas in interdisciplinary graduate education. Members of the University's graduate education community are invited to submit ideas. Awards (up to $5,000) will recognize and launch the three best ideas. Proposals must be submitted online by February 14. For more information, see Innovative Ideas.
  • Nominations for the President's Award for Outstanding Service are due March 7. The award honors active or retired faculty or staff who have gone well beyond their regular duties and demonstrated an unusual commitment to the University community. Learn more
  • The University is accepting nominations for the 2014 Distinguished Leadership Award for Internationals, which are due March 14. The U-wide award recognizes leadership by international alumni, former students, and friends of the University, and highlights their outstanding accomplishments. For guidelines and profiles of past recipients, see Leadership Award.
  • The Healthy Foods, Healthy Lives Institute invites letters of interest and proposals for three funding opportunities: the University Research Grant, Graduate and Professional Student Research Grant, and Planning Grant for community-academic research teams. To learn more, visit the Healthy Foods, Healthy Lives website.
CVM Web traffic report

Top 10 College of Veterinary Medicine websites: January 2014
By number of visits
Data from Google Analytics

  1. Veterinary Diagnostic Laboratory: 19,963 visits*
  2. College of Veterinary Medicine: 18,441 visits
  3. Veterinary Medical Center: 9,720 visits
  4. Veterinary Anatomy: 9,055 visits
  5. Equine Center: 6,732 visits
  6. The Raptor Center: 6,425 visits
  7. Minnesota Urolith Center: 5,733 visits
  8. Education and Student Services: 5,117 visits
  9. Veterinary and Biomedical Sciences: 2,973 visits
  10. Veterinary Clinical Sciences: 1,806 visits

* Of this total, 8,308 were log-ins to the Veterinary Diagnostic Laboratory website by clients accessing results online.

By the numbers
The number of visits to the Veterinary Diagnostic Laboratory's website surpassed the number of vistis to the College of Veterinary Medicine's site in January, possibly because of mounting concern about porcine epidemic diarrhea virus, for which the VDL recently announced a new test. Visits to the VDL's website came from 6,330 people ("unique visitors") in 92 countries and territories; 44 percent were new visitors. Visitors spent an average of 2:54 minutes on the site and viewed an average of 2.56 pages per visit. Geographically, 88 percent of the visitors were from the United States, and 45 percent of those were from Minnesota. Visits to the College of Veterinary Medicine home page came from 8,972 people  in 103 countries and territories; 39 percent were new visitors. Visitors spent an average of 3:30 minutes on the site and viewed an average of 2.26 pages per visit. Geographically, 93 percent of the visitors were from the United States, and 69 percent of those were from Minnesota.

Faculty and staff news
MVMA presents Outstanding Faculty Award to Kurt Rossow

The Minnesota Veterinary Medical Association (MVMA) honored Dr. Kurt Rossow, associate clinical professor in the Veterinary Diagnostic Laboratory, with its annual Outstanding Faculty Award at the MVMA annual meeting on February 7. The Outstanding Faculty Award is given to a CVM faculty member who has provided outstanding service to Minnesota veterinarians, given time and talent to the veterinary profession, and been a dedicated contributor to organized veterinary medicine. Kurt's research and clinical interests include disease diagnosis and infectious diseases of swine. He earned his DVM from Kansas State University and his PhD from the University of Minnesota.

CVM faculty members to speak at Mini Medical School

Two CVM faculty members will speak at the Academic Health Center's winter Mini Medical School, which will be held on Mondays, February 10 through March 10, from 6:00-8:30 p.m. in 2.650 Moos Health Sciences Tower. Dr. Peggy Root Kustritz will discuss the benefits and detriments of spay and castration in dogs and cats on February 17, and Dr. Dominic Travis will discuss "One Health: How is It All Related?" on March 10. Other topics will include infectious diseases, contraception, cancer, and heart attacks. Learn more

Recent publications
Gary Goldstein named one of 15 'top vet dental professors'

The Vet Tech Colleges blog named Dr. Gary Goldstein, professor and head of the Veterinary Medical Center's Dentistry Service, as one of 15 "top vet dental professors."

Staff transfers

Congratulations to these staff members on their recent transfers:

  • Drew Bickford, transferred to VMC Medical Imaging
  • Katie Thomas, transferred to VMC small animal core
Welcome to the college

Welcome to the following employees who joined the college in January:

Center for Animal Health and Food Safety
Ong-Orn Prasarnphanich, veterinary public health resident

The Raptor Center
Irene Galan Lecona, veterinary intern

Veterinary and Biomedical Sciences Department
Xiaomin Wen, post-doctoral associate
Martin L. Wolf, senior laboratory services coordinator

Veterinary Clinical Sciences Department
Erin L. Wendt Hornickle, assistant clinical specialist (anesthesia)

Veterinary Diagnostic Laboratory
Clara R. Johnson, senior laboratory technician (necropsy) 

Veterinary Medical Center
Heidi M. Davis, small animal patient coordinator
Josie Jacobs, senior veterinary technician
Rachel G. Mitchner, senior veterinary technician
Rochelle I. Nordstrom, veterinary technician

Veterinary Population Medicine Department
Melissa M. Esser, instructor
Kerri Haider, assistant scientist
Andres M. Perez, associate professor
Catalina Picasso, research assistant
Sylvia Wanzala, post-doctoral associate

Student news
Students awarded MVMA scholarships

Eleven students were awarded Minnesota Veterinary Medical Association (MVMA) scholarships at the MVMA annual meeting on February 7. The awards included the new $5,000 MVMFcares Scholarship, which was presented to first-year student Zach Loppnow, and the new $3,000 Arrowhead VMA Scholarship, which was awarded to Alisa Stegskal. The other recipients were:

  • Mitch Bellrichard, Spannaus Scholarship ($3,500)
  • Thyra Bierman, Public Health Award ($3,500)
  • Amy Dahlke, Food Animal Scholarship ($3,500)
  • Graham Engle, Companion Animal Scholarship ($3,500)
  • Nicholas Mayer, VHA Memorial Scholarship ($1,000)
  • Tim Mayerhofer, Margaret Pomeroy Scholarship ($3,500)
  • Allison Pace, MVMA Leadership Award ($5,000)
  • Adrienne Schucker, James O. Hanson CE Scholarship (postgraduate, $3,500). Adrienne is an anatomic pathology resident in the Veterinary Diagnostic Laboratory.
  • Abigail Wirt, Dr. Tom Bloom Memorial Scholarship ($1,500)
Students compete at Global Health Case Competition

CVM students Brittany Borck and Jonathan Clayton participated in the inaugural University of Minnesota Global Health Case Competition on February 1, when 14 interdisciplinary teams comprised of 80 students from 14 U of M schools and colleges gathered to compete at the Moos Health Science Tower in Minneapolis. Both Brittany's team (Team 11) and Jonathan's team (Team 7) finished in third place. Each team included students from a variety of schools and colleges, including the Carlson School of Management, College of Food, Agricultural and Natural Resource Sciences, College of Pharmacy, College of Science and Engineering, and School of Public Health. Sponsored by the University of Minnesota Center for Global Health and Social Responsibility and the Center for Health Interprofessional Programs, the Global Health Case Competition is an interprofessional learning competition that provides an opportunity for students to collaboratively analyze a real-world global health challenge. Dr. Jeff Bender, professor, participated as a mentor.

In the news
Porcine epidemic diarrhea virus
Antibiotic oversight in meat production

"Drug Critic Slams FDA Over Antibiotic Oversight in Meat Production," a February 28 story on Reuters, included a quote from Dr. Randy Singer, associate professor in the Veterinary and Biomedical Sciences Department. Food Safety Magazine also covered the story in "NRDC: FDA Allows Antibiotics in Food Animals Despite 'High Risk' to Humans."

The Raptor Center
  • The Mary Hanson Show aired a 30-minute interview with Gail Buhl, education program manager at The Raptor Center, on the Metro Cable Network on January 27. Gail was accompanied by a bald eagle, peregrine falcon, and great horned owl, which she displayed on her gloved hand as she discussed each species. A Twin Cities Public Television broadcast is planned for March. See the interview on YouTube.
  • The Washington Post's "Animal Views" photo gallery included two images from The Raptor Center.
  • "Fierce Talons, Beaks Give Raptors Edge in Hunting," a story in the Argus Leader, reported on a Bald Eagle Days program in Yankton, South Dakota, with a quote and photo of Michael Billington, interpretive naturalist. Under the caption "Bald Eagle Days Munchie," the Spokesman-Review posted a photo of Mike holding a peregrine falcon eating a day-old chick.
Falconry in Minnesota

"A Look at Falconry in Minnesota," an article in the January 23 issue of the Star Tribune, included comments from Dr. Pat Redig, professor and co-founder of The Raptor Center.

Bacteria in livestock facilities

"Presence of Drug-Resistant Bacteria Found Far Higher Near Big Hog Lots," a story in the Des Moines Register, included comments from Dr. Peter Davies, professor in the Veterinary Population Medicine Department.

Avian influenza

"China’s Second H7N9 Wave Tops Infections Seen In Spring Outbreak," a story on Red Orbit, included a quote from Dr. Dave Halvorson, professor emeritus.

Down cows

"Veterinarian Strives to Change Traditions to Promote the Safe Movement of Down Cows," an article on the Wisconsin State Farmer website, cited research by Dr. Vic Cox, associate professor in the Veterinary and Biomedical Sciences Department, which showed that lying on concrete for six or more hours results in pressure damage to the hind leg.

Alumni news
Alumni and Friends Society Board has five new members

Five CVM alumni have jointed the college's Alumni and Friends Society Board: Dr. Christopher Anderson, class of 2003 (Banfield Pet Hospital); Dr. Abby Coodin, class of 2010 (Community Pet Hospital, Amery, Wisconsin); Dr. Ian Drummond, class of 1985 (Corcoran Pet Care Center, Corcoran, Minnesota); Dr. Kelsey Gehling (formerly Ness), class of 2013 (Country Doctors Veterinary Service SC, Menominie, Wisconsin), and Dr. Mike McMenomy, class of 1969 (Kitty Klinic, Minneapolis, Minnesota).

Calendar
Regular meetings, seminars, and rounds

Monday, February 10

PharmaNeuroImmunology Seminar
Contribution of Pain and Pain Treatment in Disease Progression in Cancer and Sickle Cell Anemia
Presented by Dr. Kalpna Gupta, associate professor, Division of Hematology, Oncology, and Transplantation, University of Minnesota Medical School
Hosted by Sabita Roy
Noon-1 p.m.
2-520 Malcolm Moos Health Sciences Tower
Refreshments will be served.
Contact: smart006@umn.edu

Monday, February 10-Monday, March 10

Mini Medical School

The theme is "hot topics in health." Professors will include Dr. Peggy Root Kustritz, who will discuss the benefits and detriments of spay and castration in dogs and cats (February 17), and Dr. Dominic Travis, whose topic is One Health (March 10).

6:00-8:30 p.m.
2.650 Moos Health Sciences Tower
Learn more

Wednesday, February 12

CVM Research Seminar
Composition and Assembly of the Outer Spore Layers of Bacillus anthracis: The More We Learn, the Less We Know
Presented by Dr. George Stewart, Department of Veterinary Pathobiology, University of Missouri
Hosted by Dr. Yinduo Ji
3 p.m.
125 Animal Science/Veterinary Medicine
Everyone is welcome to attend.
Contact: Jessica Raines-Jones, raine034@umn.edu

Legislative Briefing and Reception
5:00-7:30 p.m.
Memorial Hall, McNamara Alumni Center
200 Oak St. S.E., Minneapolis
To attend, please reply by Tuesday, February 11.
Learn more

Thursday, February 13-Saturday, February 15

Admission interviews for class of 2018

Friday, February 14

Seminar on Teaching
Course Coordinator Meeting
Presented by Al Betiz, Erin Malone, and Tom Molitor
Noon-12:50 p.m.
215 Pomeroy Student-Alumni Learning Center

February 16- 20

Western Veterinary Conference
Las Vegas, Nevada
Learn more and register

Monday, February 17

Hill's Feeding Program Distribution
Noon-12:45 p.m., 5:00-5:45 p.m.
Large Animal Hospital, old MRI/CT room

Tuesday, February 18

Hill's Feeding Program Distribution
7:00-7:45 a.m.
Large Animal Hospital, old MRI/CT room

Wednesday, February 19

Hill's Feeding Program Distribution
Noon-12:45 p.m.
Large Animal Hospital, old MRI/CT room

Caffeinated Conversations on Research

  • Research Animal Medicine Club. Learn about this CVM campus life program dedicated to encouraging veterinary students to be more involved in research and research-based careers. Hear what the club has accomplished, discuss future plans, and find out how faculty can get involved. Presentation: 3:30 p.m.
  • Global Food Venture opportunities. Scott Wells and Linda Valeri, co-directors of the Center for Animal Health and Food Safety, will discuss MnDRIVE funding opportunities for interdisciplinary global food security research, commercialization, and workforce development grants. Learn more about the Minnesota Global Food Venture and the internal grant process. Presentation: 4:00 p.m.

Refreshments, 3:15 p.m.; presentations, 3:30 p.m. and 4:00 p.m.
215 Pomeroy Student-Alumni Learning Center

Thursday, February 20

Hill's Feeding Program Distribution
7:00-7:45 a.m., noon-12:45 p.m.
Large Animal Hospital, old MRI/CT room

Friday, February 21

Conversations on Teaching
One Note
Presented by Farhad Anklesaria, senior educational technology consultant, Office of Information Technology
Noon-12:50 p.m.
215 Pomeroy Student-Alumni Learning Center

Monday, February 24

PharmaNeuroImmunology Seminar
Presented by Dr. Marc Jenkins, director, Center for Immunology
Hosted by Alice Nomura
Noon-1 p.m.
2-520 Malcolm Moos Health Sciences Tower
Refreshments will be served.
Contact: smart006@umn.edu

Wednesday, February 26

CVM Research Seminar
From Genomics to Translational Medicine: Developing Effective Therapies Against Malignant Vascular Tumors
Presented by Dr. Brad A. Bryan, Department of Biomedical Sciences, Health Sciences Center, School of Medicine, Texas Tech University
Hosted by Erin Dickerson
3 p.m.
125 Animal Science/Veterinary Medicine
Everyone is welcome to attend.
Contact: Jessica Raines-Jones, raine034@umn.edu

Friday, February 28

Seminar on Teaching
Using Case Studies
Presented by Melissa Palmer, PhD, teaching assistant professor, Department of Animal Science
Noon-12:50 p.m.
215 Pomeroy Student-Alumni Learning Center

March
Wednesday, March 5

CVM Research Seminar
Presented by  Dr. Elise Lamont, Veterinary Population Medicine Department, and Dr. Joshua Aman, Center for Movement Disorders
3 p.m.
125 Animal Science/Veterinary Medicine
Everyone is welcome to attend.
Contact: Jessica Raines-Jones, raine034@umn.edu

Friday, March 7

Conversations on Teaching
Mobile Devices in Clinical Education
Presented by Abhishek Chatterjee
Noon-12:50 p.m.
215 Pomeroy Student-Alumni Learning Center

Monday, March 10

PharmaNeuroImmunology Seminar
Presented by Dr. Charles Howe, Mayo Clinic
Hosted by Jessica Rotschafer
Noon-1 p.m.
11-157 Phillips Wangensteen Building
Refreshments will be served.
Contact: smart006@umn.edu

Wednesday, March 12

CVM Research Seminar
CRML Biomaterials
Presented by Dr. Jason Bjork, Department of CRML Biomaterials, 3M Corporate Research Center
3 p.m.
125 Animal Science/Veterinary Medicine
Everyone is welcome to attend.
Contact: Jessica Raines-Jones, raine034@umn.edu

Thursday, March 13

Comparative Oncology Seminar
Role of Coat Color Genotypes in Risk and Severity of Melanoma in Gray Quarter Horses
Presented by Dr. Raffaella Teixeira
Noon
280 Veterinary Diagnostic Laboratory

Friday, March 14

Seminar on Teaching
Effective Flipping: Tips for Enhancing Learning
Presented by Mike Smart
Noon-12:50 p.m.
215 Pomeroy Student-Alumni Learning Center

March 17- 21

Spring break

March 18-20

Midwest Poultry Federation Convention
Saint Paul RiverCentre
Learn more

Monday, March 24

PharmaNeuroImmunology Seminar
Presented by Dr. Jim Cloyd, professor, experimental and clinical pharmacology
Hosted by Jessica Rotschafer
Noon-1 p.m.
11-157 Phillips Wangensteen Building
Refreshments will be served.
Contact: smart006@umn.edu

Wednesday, March 26

CVM Research Seminar
Presented by Dr. Venkatramana Divana Krishna Bhat and Dr. Kamol Suwannakarn, Veterinary Population Medicine Department
3 p.m.
125 Animal Science/Veterinary Medicine
Everyone is welcome to attend.
Contact: Jessica Raines-Jones, raine034@umn.edu

Friday, March 28

Conversations on Teaching
Increasing Integration Among Veterinary Courses
Presented by Al Beitz and Tom Molitor
Noon-12:50 p.m.
215 Pomeroy Student-Alumni Learning Center


Long-range major events calendar

American Veterinary Medical Association Accreditation Visit
April 6-10

White Coat Ceremony
April 13
1:30 p.m.
Northstar Ballroom, St. Paul Student Center

The Raptor Center 40th Anniversary Event
April 24 

International Conference on One Medicine One Science (iCOMOS)
April 27-30
The Commons Hotel, Minneapolis
Learn more

Commencement
May 10
10 a.m.
Ted Mann Concert Hall

More events
Clinical Investigation Center

Dogs and cats are needed for a variety of studies, some of which help cover the cost of care. For information about current studies, visit the Clinical Investigation Center website at www.cvm.umn.edu/cic/current.

Links

AVMA News Bytes and other news
www.avma.org/news/info_rss.asp

Center for Teaching and Learning workshops
www1.umn.edu/ohr/teachlearn/workshops/index.html

CVM NewsCalendar
Back issues of CVM NewsCalendar are at www.cvm.umn.edu/cvmnewscalendar/home.html.

CVM Volunteers
www.cvm.umn.edu/facultystaff/cvmvolunteers/

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Visit the College of Veterinary Medicine's Facebook page.
Visit the Veterinary Medical Center's Facebook page.

Hill's College Feeding Program
Sign up at Pet360 Vet.

Housing
For information about student and off-campus housing, including temporary housing, go to www.housing.umn.edu/.

Job openings
For information about positions available at the College, visit www.cvm.umn.edu/employment/. For detailed information about current job openings, how to apply, and application materials, go to the University of Minnesota Office of Human Resources at www1.umn.edu/ohr/employment/index.html

LinkedIn Group for the University of Minnesota College of Veterinary Medicine
http://www.linkedin.com/groupRegistration?gid=3826768&csrfToken=ajax%3A2643584546424817841

Minnesota Veterinary Historical Museum
http://hist.cvm.umn.edu/ 

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Visit the College of Veterinary Medicine's Twitter page.
Visit the Veterinary Medical Center's Twitter page.

Veterinary Continuing Education
www.cvm.umn.edu/vetmedce/

Veterinary Medical Library
http://hsl.lib.umn.edu/vetmed

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