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Title: Profiles (Summer/Fall, 2010) v.9 (2)
Authors: Ames, Trevor: Dean
Graves, Brian: Communications Director & Contributing Writer
Kirchoff, Sue: Editor, Writer & Designer
Howard, Fran: Contributing Writer
Johnson, Alicia: Contributing Writer
Summerbell, Sarah: Contributing Writer
Pasch, Nathan: Timeline design
Hum, Michelle: Communications Intern
Shawstad, Nyssa: Communicaitons Intern
Issue Date: 2010
Publisher: University of Minnesota College of Veterinary Medicine
Series/Report no.: Profiles
Abstract: In this Issue Features 4 Animal Models of Human Disease Comparative medicine is leading to new treatments for a host of conditions shared by humans and companion animals. 10 Affecting Entire Systems Pioneers in food safety, population systems researchers not only discover and disseminate new knowledge, but train tomorrow’s leaders and meet the needs of external stakeholders. 13 College is Home to Homeland Security Center of Excellence The National Center for Food Protection and Defense has a staff of 10 and a national network of hundreds. 14 Summer Scholars Get Hands-on Research Experience The Summer Scholars Program gives first- and second-year veterinary students first-hand experience in research. 15 Researchers Honored at Annual Research Day Event The College’s annual Points of Pride Research Day included seminars, award presentations, and a record number of poster presentations. >Insert< CVM Research and Discovery Timeline College of Veterinary Medicine research milestones, 1947-2009 18 First Veterinarians Receive Funds From Loan Forgiveness Program Three veterinarians have now received funds from the hard-won Minnesota Rural Veterinarian Loan Forgiveness Program. Meet two of them, Dr. Jason Anderson and Dr. Mackenzie Jones. 20 Private Funds Back College Investment in eLearning Thanks to private dollars from CVM alumni, the College is making a major investment in eLearning. In every issue 21 Graduate Program News 23 Around the College 25 Faculty and Staff News 27 Student News 28 Advancement 32 Mark Your Calendar On the cover Veterinary public health resident Michael Mahero takes a sample from a vegetable bin as part of his research on agricultural practices on vegetable farms. See story on page 10. Photo by Sue Kirchoff
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