Veterinary medicine and COVID-19: ‘A lot of lessons here’
SARS-CoV-2 isn’t the first coronavirus pandemic veterinarians have faced. They dealt with a coronavirus outbreak that killed millions of pigs from 2013-14. Experts say the public health community must work with veterinarians in a one-health framework to prevent another pandemic.
Racing to save humans through animal research
Veterinary researchers are improving our understanding of the SARS-CoV-2 virus, interspecies transmission, and a host of other public and animal health concerns, working on collaborative teams helping to understand the risks ahead and the measures needed to prevent deaths.
Telehealth beyond COVID
CDC recommends veterinarians be prioritized for COVID-19 vaccines
Shift your perspective to hone leadership skills
Group committed to pangolin rescue, rehabilitation
Wisconsin announces inaugural alumni award winners
AVMA, VetSuccess partner to bring profession greater economic insights
American College of Veterinary Dermatology
Obituary: Dr. Arthur V. Tennyson, mentor to AVMA leaders, dies at 85