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Monkeypox: What to Know About the Current Outbreak
Amid a steady rise in monkeypox cases worldwide, an assistant professor at Cummings School of Veterinary Medicine explains how the virus is ...
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Board certified veterinary nutritionist Deborah Linder spoke with Prevention Magazine about human foods that are toxic for dogs.
July 27th 2022
Cummings School joins 15 percent of veterinary practices in U.S. and Canada to earn American Animal Hospital Association approval
July 21st 2022
Forty-five individuals recognized for contributions to Cummings School’s hospitals and clinics
July 19th 2022
After earning a D.V.M., students seek a Ph.D. at Cummings School
July 14th 2022
Small animal surgery resident promoted to Major in U.S. Army
July 12th 2022
Penguin the chicken with an uncommon diagnosis
July 5th 2022
Professor Emeritus Nicholas Dodman spoke with Discover Magazine about fireworks fears in dogs and why some are more scared than others
June 30th 2022
Professor Jonathan Runstadler spoke with The World about concerns around the latest strain of bird flu.
June 29th 2022
Professors Ian DeStefano and Claire Fellman lead Cummings School team addressing these issues
June 27th 2022
Bald eagle spotted nearly five years after rehabilitative treatment at Cummings School
June 21st 2022
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Coverage of the COVID-19 Pandemic
Postdoctoral scholar Kaitlin Sawatzki comments in The New York Times on coronavirus in animal populations and the school’s CoVERS study
February 22nd 2022
Postdoctoral scholar Kaitlin Sawatzki discusses the significance of SARS-CoV-2 being found in wildlife populations in a Boston Globe Q&A
February 10th 2022
Postdoctoral scholar Kaitlin Sawatzki comments in The New York Times on how SARS-CoV-2 could pose a risk to endangered wildlife species
February 7th 2022
Professor Jonathan Runstadler is quoted in Boston Herald on animals and SARS-CoV-2, including whether omicron variant may suggest cross species ...
December 5th 2021
Dean emerita and professor Deborah Kochevar co-authors an article for the Conversation on preventing future pandemics through a One Health approach
November 3rd 2021
Professor Deborah Kochevar, lead on the STOP Spillover project, spoke with BYU Radio’s Top of Mind with Julie Rose about working to prevent the ...
August 16th 2021
Clinical assistant professor Stephanie Borns-Weil spoke with for a story on how dog owners can get their dogs ready for a ‘return to ...
May 30th 2021
Postdoctoral scholar Kaitlin Sawatzki was featured in a Wall Street Journal video story on concerns around COVID transmission between humans and ...
March 26th 2021
Professor Jonathan Runstadler comments on his lab's work studying SARS-CoV-2 and the potential for transmission between humans and animals in a ...
March 15th 2021
Infectious disease researchers Kaitlin Sawatzki, Nichola Hill, and Wendy Puryear spoke with Nature’s LabAnimal on viral surveillance at the ...
February 18th 2021
Professor Jonathan Runstadler contributed his expertise to NPR’s Goats and Soda for a coronavirus FAQ on a range of topics
February 12th 2021
National Geographic quotes clinical associate professor Emily McCobb and assistant professor Megan Mueller on the relationship between people and ...
February 2nd 2021
Professor Jonathan Runstadler comments in a Vox article about which animals are most susceptible to SARS-CoV-2
December 16th 2020
Professor Jonathan Runstadler discusses his lab’s work to investigate genetic mutations and other factors that enable the SARS-CoV-2 virus to jump ...
May 15th 2020