Small but mighty: Microparticles from the placenta may offer major clues on the in utero development of neurobehavioral disorders
Published 11/29/2023For 30 years, Cheryl Rosenfeld has studied how biological information gets transferred from mothers to babies during pregnancy. The research is personal for Rosenfeld, whose niece, Sara, was exposed to sedative drugs in utero.
Task force elevates collaboration between University of Missouri and India
Published 11/16/2023A new team of researchers spanning medicine, engineering and veterinary science is working with researchers in India to expand opportunities for collaboration and innovation.
Navy Veteran Finds Gateway to New Civilian Life through Veterinary Medicine
John Hansen, third-year student in the University of Missouri College of Veterinary Medicine, is far from a traditional student.
Dodam and Merideth Named Faculty and Alumni Award Recipients
Published 11/3/2023John Dodam, DVM, PhD, and Reuben Merideth, DVM, have been named recipients of Faculty and Alumni Awards by the Mizzou Alumni Association.
Published 11/3/2023The Animal Infection and Monitoring Services core supports studies on a wide variety of bacterial and viral diseases.
Published 11/3/2023Teresa Lever is developing tools to objectively diagnose and treat swallowing impairments associated with neurological diseases, cancer, genetic disorders and aging.
Annual GPID Meeting Returns to Mizzou
Published 10/25/2023The University of Missouri will again host the Great Plains Infectious Disease Meeting. Taking place Nov. 3-4 at the Bond Life Sciences Center, the 21st annual GPID Meeting will bring together investigators to share their research and build connections.
Franklin Honored with Charles River Prize at AALAS Meeting
Published 10/24/2023Craig Franklin, DVM, PhD, DACLAM, a professor of veterinary pathobiology at the University of Missouri College of Veterinary Medicine, was recently honored as the recipient of the Charles River Prize at the American Association for Laboratory Animal Science annual meeting.
CVM to Provide Education in Rural Practice Ownership
Published 10/18/2023The University of Missouri College of Veterinary Medicine recently secured $234,000 in funding from the United States Department of Agriculture National Institute of Food and Agriculture to develop educational resources for veterinarians and veterinary students interested in starting or acquiring a rural veterinary practice.
VM3s Begin Clinical Training
Published 10/17/2023Amid hugs, handshakes, and a few whoops, 110 members of the MU College of Veterinary Medicine Class of 2025 took the next step in their journey to becoming veterinarians. The college held its annual White Coat Ceremony Sunday, Oct. 15, at the Missouri Theatre.