• New funding will expand, enhance VDL’s services

    Nearly $2.1 million in one-time funds from the State of Minnesota will provide for improved services from the College of Veterinary Medicine’s Veterinary Diagnostic Laboratory. The funding will allow the lab to provide even faster service with higher quality reporting. 

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  • Students reach underserved communities in Minneapolis and northern Minnesota

    Started in 2008 by a former College of Veterinary Medicine (CVM) faculty member, Veterinary Treatment Outreach for Urban Community Health (VeTouch) provides basic veterinary medical care to pets of Twin Cities residents undergoing financial hardship.

  • Gifts at work

    The Leatherdale Equine Center and Piper Equine Hospital benefit from philanthropic gifts from individuals and corporations.

  • Buddy the beagle

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

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Lulich microscopeJody Lulich, DVM, PhD

Jody Lulich, DVM, PhD, professor in the University of Minnesota College of Veterinary Medicine, is hoping to find out why urinary stones form, how they can be eliminated from the body without surgery and how to prevent their recurrence.