Veterinary public health and preventive medicine residents have contributed to COVID-19 response initiatives in human and veterinary medicine, worker safety, monitoring and evaluation, and infection control.
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.
The Minnesota Department of Health and CAHFS team up for a webinar series to explore the impact Minnesota’s ticks and mosquitos have on human, environmental, and animal health.
Our monthly series of CAHFS Spotlights highlights our residents, graduate students, faculty, and staff. This month, we're spotlighting one of our collaborating researchers and former VPHPM resident, Dr. Heidi Vesterinen.
Veterinary Public Health Residency Rounds will feature group-generated discussion about the 2019 novel coronavirus outbreak.
Major Sarah Easter Strayer, DVM, MPH, dipl. ACVPM, was awarded the Meritorious Service Medal for achievements in Kuwait.
CAHFS and the Veterinary Population Medicine Department are excited to welcome two new residents into the Veterinary Public Health and Preventive Medicine program.
In veterinary school, I was among a handful of peers interested in pursuing nontraditional veterinary career paths. We often rallied our classmates to recognize the application of One Health frameworks in our future careers; we were trained in a unique profession in which we could become advocates for or experts in food safety, regulatory medicine, One Health, ecosystem health, and the human-animal bond even within the walls of a small animal clinical exam room.
Our monthly series of CAHFS Spotlights highlights our residents, graduate students, faculty, and staff. This month we're spotlighting Dr. James Kincheloe, one of our veterinary public health and preventive medicine residents.