CAHFS has received a grant from the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation to design and implement education and training programs in Kenya and Uganda to support veterinary service capacity and development.
CWD Watch features a series of resources related to College of Veterinary Medicine research and response to chronic wasting disease. Check out conversations with experts and up-to-date information about the disease.
Policies surrounding animal health and food safety are diverse. CAHFS policy briefs leverage University of Minnesota expertise to unravel policy impacts on human, animal, and environmental health.
Illness from a new coronavirus started appearing among people who were exposed to wildlife in Wuhan, China in January. Like SARS and MERS, the virus seems to be able to cause a range of illness from only mild flu symptoms to serious pneumonia, systemic disease, and death.Continue reading: Weekly Topic: SARS, MERS, and the new coronavirus outbreak
Research is considered one of the core activities of many land-grant universities. At CAHFS, we believe that the scientific method, and answers generated through hypothesis-driven research, are the cornerstone for transformation, development, and growth.Continue reading: Interesting research results…and so what?
CAHFS is working with Peter Larsen, PhD, and his team of engineers on the urgent need to educate Minnesotans about CWD. And last month, CAHFS launched their fall 2019 emerging issues webpage, CWD Watch.Continue reading: A novel approach to tackling deadly chronic wasting disease