CAHFS has released our 2019 annual report, sharing details on our projects, activities, and successes in the past year.
Due to COVID-19 related constraints, recruitment for the VPHPM positions has been paused until further notice.
Major Sarah Easter Strayer, DVM, MPH, dipl. ACVPM, was awarded the Meritorious Service Medal for achievements in Kuwait.
This summer the Center for Animal Health and Food Safety welcomed visiting scholar Dr. Xie Yihong, of the Guangxi Centers for Disease Control in Guangxi, China, funded with a scholarship from the University of Minnesota China Center.
Practitioners, scientists, allied industry personnel, and producers in the US have the opportunity to submit information on swine disease outbreaks and epidemics happening worldwide using the spontaneous reporting tool.
ASFWatch from the Center for Animal Health and Food Safety features a series of resources related to recent ASF outbreaks, including video and audio podcasts, timelines, maps, fact sheets, infographics, and other timely information.
There is now a second case of African swine fever (ASF) in China. It was found in a slaughterhouse where 30 pigs died of ASF. The slaughterhouse is located in the city of Zhengzhou in the Henan province.
The first case of African Swine Fever (ASF) has been reported in China. First identified on August 1st, the outbreak was located in the northeast, in the city Shenyang.
CAHFS and the Veterinary Population Medicine Department are excited to welcome three new residents into the Veterinary Publich Health and Preventive Medicine program.
The week-long Farm to Table program was organized with a suite of activities and students that complemented each other well and allowed each participant to find their own area of education- whether looking for general exposure to a food system, specific applications within a discipline, or an extension of their cultural comfort zone.