Nobel Laureate Dr. Peter Agre, JHMRI, addresses audience with panelists
The inaugural iCOMOS was held on the Twin Cities Campus of the University of Minnesota (April 27-30, 2014) and was an overwhelming success.
U of M researchers unveil nation’s first porcine virus rapid detection test
The first-of-its-kind test, which is available now, provides a way to quickly and cost-effectively identify the presence of U.S. PEDV strains.
Science Magazine and Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences discuss iCOMOS and the importance of collaboration events
Box elder trees linked to fatal disease
Horse lovers, veterinarians, and scientists alike have long wondered why horses put out to pasture in the fall are so prone to contracting a deadly muscle disease that can kill the animals within days.
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2015 Signature Program Funding
The Office of the Associate Dean of Research in partnership with the Signature Program steering committee leaders recently awarded approximately $625,000 to CVM research projects and fellowships. The choice to award our Agricultural Experiment Station dollars through this competitive process allows CVM faculty to conduct important research that is leveraged to attain external funding through industry and federal partners. Congratulations to this year's recipients in the Comparative Medicine, Emerging Zoonotic Diseases and Population Systems signature programs! Click on the links to the individual Signature Program's to view the list of funded proposals and abstracts.