• The monkey and the microbiome

    DVM student Jonathan Clayton's study of red-shanked doucs, an endangered primate species, in Vietnam’s Son Tra Nature Reserve is featured in the latest issue of Legacy magazine

  • U of M’s work on Foot and Mouth Diseases Leads to Alliance

    A new research collaboration between the University of Minnesota and the Global Foot-and-Mouth Disease Research Alliance will examine transmission of foot-and-mouth disease between African buffalo and cattle in Kenya.

  • Drug developed at U of M increases survival in dogs with cancer; shows potential for use in humans

    A breakthrough trial at the University of Minnesota testing a new UMN-developed drug resulted in improved survival rates for dogs diagnosed with a cancer called hemangiosarcoma. Learn more about the study.

  • VMC Introduces Urgent Care Service

    The University of Minnesota Veterinary Medical Center offers walk-in outpatient treatment for pets in need of urgent care. The VMC's urgent care service is available weekdays 3 p.m. - 10 p.m. and weekends 10 a.m. - 2 p.m.

  • We All Belong Here

    The Bias Response and Referral Network, along with other campus partners, works to respond to bias incidents on the Twin Cities Campus in ways that support those most impacted, promote education and dialogue, and affirm the University's commitment to equity and diversity, free speech, and academic freedom. Additional information regarding the immigration ban is available on the University's Campus Climate website.  

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Active Learning Class Grows Understanding of Antibiotic Use

Judicious use of antibiotics in food animal medicine is a key concept second-year DVM students are learning at the College of Veterinary Medicine. More about our active learning classroom

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Spotlight on: Jody Lulich, DVM, PhD

Dr. Lulich 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. Read more about Dr. Lulich.